i have no qualms with the fight with Adobe. i don't like a closed and proprietary system on the internet (i.e., Flash) so html5 is very welcome by me. in fact, i am thrilled with this focus by Apple, particularly since Adobe was trying to sabotage html5.
but it seems as though Apple isn't just trying to get the world to move to html5 as they are also trying to really hurt Adobe with the SDK. not allowing ported apps from Adobe Flash (seems weird not to say Macromedia Flash) is especially stinging.
I've been working with Adobe apps, on Macs, since . . . Since I first started using Macs. Loooong time. Apple and Adobe are both very good at what they do, they both tend to cop serious attitude, and I can't live without either one. I don't want to, either. To paraphrase a comment in one of the linked articles ~ I hate it when mom and dad fight.
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
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