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February 5, 2007

Microsoft’s ‘Flash-killer’ now supports Firefox on the Mac

"The latest Community Technology Preview (CTP) test builds of Microsoft's Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere (WPF/E) product went live this week. As of this build, Microsoft is supporting, for the first time, the Firefox on the Mac.

WPF/E is, in Microsoft's words, "a browser enhancement module that enables browsers to render rich content in addition to HTML." Microsoft officials have said that WPF/E will support IE 6.0, 7.0, Firefox 1.5.0.8+ and 2.0+, and Apple's Safari, among other browsers. "

Read more here.

February 7, 2007

Adobe Digital Signature Solutions Certified by SAFE-BioPharma Association

"Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced that SAFE(Signatures and Authentication for Everyone)-BioPharma Association has certified Adobe® Acrobat® software, Adobe Reader® with Adobe LiveCycle® Reader Extensions and Adobe LiveCycle Document Security software for compliance the with the SAFE™ digital signature standard. These are the first software products ever certified by SAFE, a non-profit association that manages digital identity and signature standards for pharmaceutical industries.

With today’s announcement, legally binding digital signatures are more readily available to biopharmaceutical professionals who need help eliminating the inefficiencies and inaccuracies of paper-based processes while improving end-to-end electronic document workflows. By using the Adobe products certified by SAFE, biopharmaceutical organizations, clinical investigators and regulators can collaborate more securely and efficiently to better service patients, conduct pharmaceutical research, and help bring new drugs to market more quickly."

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6 billion Others : A great website for a great project ! Take a look!

I'm proud to announce that I took part of "6 billion Others" website project! Finally, 6 billion Others is online. The project itself, created at the beginning of 2003, aims to create a sensitive and human portrait of the inhabitants of the planet: 6000 interviews, 65 countries visited, 4500 hours of interviews filmed, 450 hours of video portraits translated and subtitled available for everybody...

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In English: 6 billion Others
In Italien: 6 miliardi di Altri

February 9, 2007

I have found a copycat (thief) of Actionscripthero.com!!!

[Update: as someone wrote to me, he pointed the whole domain to my server !
www.estibordo.com. 86304 IN A 62.193.237.29
www.actionscripthero.com. 86288 IN A 62.193.237.29]


This guy just duplicates my entire website!!! His domain: https://www.estibordo.com/ wtf?
My comments doesn't works, to reply please use the contact form:
https://www.actionscripthero.com/contact/


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...another thief of actionscripthero.com !!! What is going on ?

[Update: it seems that it's another DNS "problem" !!]


another thief ... wtf !!!! ç@#$§!&!!! What is going on ?

https://www.residencial-serpinia.com/


For comments please use the contact form as my comments don't work:
https://www.actionscripthero.com/contact/

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February 12, 2007

about the DNS "problem" of domains pointing to Actionscript Hero.com IP address

Regarding my previous 2 entries (1,2) on domains stealing Actionscript Hero.com contents, well, I sent a couple of emails and now those domains just redirect to my home page:

https://www.residencial-serpinia.com/
https://www.estibordo.com/

I appreciate the messages that people sent to me..; in particular Christopher Wigginton for his entry and the people who commented there.
For feedback, please use the contact form as my comments doesn't works.

Adobe Flash Lite To Support Video for Mobile Handsets

"Upcoming Release of Flash Lite to Integrate Video Playback Capabilities.

BARCELONA, Spain--(BUSINESS WIRE)--At the 3GSM World Congress, Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced that support for video will be integrated in the next generation of Adobe® Flash Lite™ software, Adobe’s award-winning Flash® Player runtime specifically designed for mobile phones. Flash Lite 3, expected to be available in the first half of 2007, will bring the Adobe Flash Player video format from the desktop to mobile phones and devices, enabling operators, handset manufacturers and developers alike to deliver more compelling and engaging experiences to mobile users.

The release will be a landmark addition to Adobe’s family of video technologies that includes Adobe Production Studio for professional video editing, Macromedia Flash 8 from Adobe for video encoding, and Adobe Flash Media Server for video distribution. Adobe’s Emmy award winning Flash technology is profoundly impacting the way video is distributed over the Internet. Today, television shows like Lost, Desperate Housewives, Grey’s Anatomy and Friday Night Lights are being delivered online through FLV, the leading Adobe Flash Player video format, while the technology also powers the video capabilities of social networking sites such as YouTube and MySpace.

"Video support in Flash Lite will revolutionize the way users engage with mobile content and open up new revenue opportunities for developers worldwide,” said Al Ramadan, senior vice president for Mobile and Device Solutions at Adobe. "This release will allow users to view vibrant video content from popular Internet sites like YouTube or MySpace and enable developers to create new, dynamic applications across a variety of mobile and consumer electronics platforms.” "

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You're Invited to a Mobile and Devices eSeminar: DevelopingFlash Lite Applications by 3 Flash Lite experts on 2/28

Below is the email invitation to register for an upcoming Mobile and
Devices webinar for our developer community featuring the 3 authors of
the first Flash Lite book from publisher Friends of Ed:

Dear Invitee:

This webinar will be broken into 3 parts (15 minutes a piece). It will
be presented by the 3 authors of the Friends of Ed - Flash Applications
for Mobile Development book, Weyert de Boer, Scott Janousek, and Richard
Leggett.

Part 1: Cool Flash Lite(tm) Wallpaper and Screen saver content - Scott
Janousek
Join me as we do a quick overview on how to design, develop, and deploy
cool wallpaper and screen savers for the latest devices supporting these
Flash Lite multimedia content types. Note: We'll cover Nokia Series 40
and Series 60 devices in particular.

Part 2: Rapid Game Creation - Richard Leggett
In this part of the session we will examine creating a multi-player game
using the new XMLSocket feature of Flash Lite 2.1 development with a
simple example. This game will quiz users simultaneously head to head in
a "brain training" exercise and then let them know how their competitor
did. We will make use of Java for the backend and ActionScript 2 to
power the game logic.

Part 3: Creating your own installers for the phone - Weyert de Boer
After you have created your cool Flash Lite wallpaper, screen saver, or
game, you'll need to get it distributed to the mobile device. In this
session we will examine how to create installers for Symbian mobile
phones and for Windows Mobile/PocketPC-enabled PDAs. Learn how to create
sis and cab files as well as how to create icons on the phone's main
menu.

Questions?
Please send us an e-mail .

Attend an online seminar and you'll be entered to win a copy of Flash
Professional 8 or an iriver.*

A Briefing on the Flash Lite for Application Development Book by the 3
Authors

Wednesday, February 28, 2007
3:00 P.M. EST


https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id;=546041&loc;=en_us

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