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December 8, 2005

CodeBaby goes Flash

Interesting for E-Learning: CodeBaby announces support for Flash Player. By the way, I remember this article of Tom King about E-Learning and Adobe.

December 9, 2005

Coolsite at were-here

I was looking the "Coolsites" forum at Were-Here and I found this Ikea trick... cool. Take a look here. The thread at were-here is here.

December 12, 2005

ActionScript Hero Adventures back and running

ActionScript Hero Adventures is back. The mobile version is back as well here. Stay tunned !

December 14, 2005

Actionscript Hero Adventures' Hall of Justhese acquisition

In these days of acquisitions, Actionscript Hero Adventures just bought The Hall of Justhese. Actionscript Hero Adventures become aggregator as well.

December 15, 2005

Flash: Macromedia's crown jewel

The New York Times published on december 12 an article called "Adobe's Deal for Macromedia May Help It Fend Off Microsof" were they say that Adobe got the control of Macromedia's crown jewel: Flash. Also, the article says:

The merger, announced in April, made strategic sense to analysts who had begun to question whether either company could sustain its growth as Microsoft expanded into document and multimedia software.

Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 eSeminar

Register here for a "one-hour eSeminar on Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 software with featured speakers Daniel Grotta and Sally Wiener Grotta, PC Magazine's digital photography gurus."
Learn

"how to use Premiere Elements to:
* Import your videos from your DV camcorder or digital camera into your computer
* Combine clips into a single movie
* Add special effects, transitions, text and music
* Control the timing of all the elements in your movie
* Output your movie to DVD (with professional menus), or for the Web, to VHS or Windows Mobile-based media players. "

Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0, Dec 19, 2005, 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific (60 minutes)


Well is time to ask for our dear Flash Player !!!!!!

Monthly security updates for Adobe/Macromedia products

I was reading PCWorld.com and I've learn that Adobe will begin releasing security patches on a predictable, monthly basis, "much as Microsoft has been doing since October 2003." The monthly security patches update will cover Macromedia products as well.

"Macromedia, which was recently acquired by Adobe, had been planning to move to a monthly schedule in December. But with the merger, those plans have been pushed back so that the monthly alerts can be done on a company-wide basis"
said Adrian Ludwig, Adobe's manager of secure software engineering. Read the article here.

December 16, 2005

2005 a remarkable year for Adobe

Press release : "In the fourth quarter of fiscal 2005, Adobe achieved record revenue of $510.4 million, compared to $429.5 million reported for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2004 and $487.0 million reported in the third quarter of fiscal 2005. On a year-over-year basis, this represents 19 percent revenue growth. Adobe's fourth quarter revenue target range was $490 to $510 million."
Bruce R. Chizen, Adobe chief executive officer said:

"We grew our business 18 percent, generated record profits, and for the third consecutive year, achieved record revenue for the fourth quarter and year. At the same time, we completed our acquisition of Macromedia, which positions us for future growth by accelerating our strategy to provide a powerful engagement platform. Going forward, we will meet a wider set of customer needs and have a significantly greater opportunity to expand into new markets, particularly in the mobile and enterprise segments."

Adobe management changes

Adobe announced the appointment of Peg Wynn as senior vice president of human resources. "Peg's deep experience will help drive the next phase of Adobe's growth as we combine forces with Macromedia." said Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen. Press release.

My new website: pictures of Paris

Pictures. That's it. Pictures about Paris. My new website is called "Paris vu du sol". I'll be uploading pictures every week. Visit www.parisvudusol.com.

December 20, 2005

Actionscript Hero Adventures

Actionscript Hero Adventures is back. So far I'm aggregating 28 heroes, consumming google' feeds with flash news and I also have a especial place for components (why not?), add_ons, tools, etc. Here is the button for those that asked for. In one week, Actionscript Hero Adventures reports 510 articles. You are invited to come and join the heroes. The mobile version is available here:
https://www.actionscripthero.com/adventures/mobile/forums.php

December 22, 2005

Communitymx server error

Yikes! https://www.communitymx.com/ has a "server erro"r. I was working on... when they will come back ?

December 23, 2005

Flash and China on 2006

Interesting article of China on 2006 where wireless is expected to grow rapidly:
"major pushes into mobile games using Adobe Systems Inc.'s (ADBE) Macromedia Flash technology and other formats" Read the article here (Yahoo Finance).

December 26, 2005

NASA Brings free flash courses for pilots

"The courses were developed with Macromedia Flash, and you can run them on the web or download them to run on your own computer."
Source.

December 27, 2005

NASA's HITS website with Flash

It's great to see at NASA's home page "get Flash". And is great to see a NASA's website in Flash on "Hits rewards from space" dedicated to show us how NASA improves our quality of life. Visit the website here.

SWF Movie Player by Eltima Software (Freeware)

"SWF Movie Player is a free, small and streamlined Flash movie player for Mac OS. Based on the standard Macromedia Flash player for Mac OS X, SWF Movie Player by Eltima Software offers advanced and unique features that allow you to play, rewind, fast-forward and preview SWF files frame-by-frame, and also create and manage playlists, zoom movies in and out, fit to current window size or restore to original one, set playback quality, control Flash security, check SWF file's comprehensive information and lots more."
Download it here.

December 28, 2005

ESA launches Galileo to the space and a flash website

The European Space Agency has launched Galileo to the space with a Flash website called "Galileo Tour". Visit the website here. Watch the launch here.

December 29, 2005

"Adobe Faces Tough Choices"

Interesting article about the futur of Adobe/Macromedia. Read it here.

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