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Adobe plan ahead and then play catch-up

What with Microsoft having fun with their Office Open XML format, Adobe seem to have found themselves in the awkward position of being caught in the headlights of a juganaught of a strategy that could well have implications for their PDF format: “In an effort to preempt this move, Adobe is now testing a set […]

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Adobe and Microsoft having creative differences? Part 5: end game

For reasons best known to Apple, they pushed forward with the release of their Intel Macs, ahead of their previous release date. Given that Adobe doesn’t have a history of jumping through Apple’s hoops, why is it that Adobe seem to have caught the pace with their Creative Suite 3? In the first installment, I […]

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When it comes to Web Standards & Web Accessibility: compliance, but of another kind…

So we work hard to meet with the web standards, to build in accessibility and to keep our websites and web applications usable. But what happens if we’ve made a square peg for a round hole? In the first installment, I looked at the polite and the not so polite ways in which the establishment […]