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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 1: in the beginning

Industry behemoths Adobe and Microsoft look destined to come to blows over their creative differences in the not-too-distant future. What with Adobe inking a deal with Mozilla and Microsoft’s Expression of interest in the creative market, we have all the makings of a colourful exchange. So has Microsoft painted themselves into a corner, or is […]

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Sir Tim Berners-Lee calls for Web 2.0 calm

At last! Some sense & reason seems to have been brought to all of the nonsense, obfuscation and misinformation around Web 2.0, and not before time, either: “Tim Berners-Lee, the individual credited with inventing the web and giving so many of us jobs, has become the most prominent individual so-far to point out that the […]