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Rounding Up Last Week

Posted by Sravan | September 15, 2008 .

Ted has an hour-long video showcasing various new features that are coming in Flash Player 10. Check it out here if you’re patient enough. Let me know if you could find a shorter video with faster streaming. Please.

On the other end, Adobe says that it will no longer develop FlashPaper. I’m not surprised.

Developers can now sign their Adobe AIR apps using GlobalSign. Code Signing Certificates are available starting from $229, much less than Thawte’s $300 per year. I don’t know, but I guess VeriSign is more expensive.

Peter Elst, the renowned Adobe community expert, is celebrating his fifth blogging anniversary. Hearty congratulations once again, Peter! See if you wish to participate in the cool competition he is holding. Peter is the man behind RIAJobs. Released about three months ago, what had 12 jobs posted on its first day now has over 100 of them. Two categories, Mobile and Open Source have been added too.

Adobe Systems Inc, in a recent press release, announced the release of Flash Media Encoding Server software. Reading the press release reminds me: Can I get a head count of all the people who’ve called Adobe Flash ubiquitous? (Yours truly included.)

Lastly, here is a topic that all IT guys will have something to say about, and for the rest to be amused.

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