Daily Twitter Update for 2009-10-06

  • Much congrats to Adobe for bringing Flash to major smartphone platforms and adding GPU accel to desktop as well. This is so cool for video. #
  • Apple is making fools of themselves for not working with Adobe on this. It just shows how stupid an otherwise innovative corporation can be. #
  • I think I am a bit sick tonight… Hopefully it's not flu. #
  • After years of searching, I found Greek-style crackers to eat with my Greek mountain tea with honey. Now the experience is complete. #
  • I am sick and tired of being sick and tired. I am going back to bed. #
  • I was going to get the MSI U200, but after the latest Flash news about accel, I want one w/ nvidia chip. Which means a Macbook or Latitude. #
  • The dropbox iPhone client can only upload pics because there isn't a usb/fat32 independent common file area. One of my iPhone gripes. #
  • Bought 20 Minute Hourglass' EP on iTunes. Local Bay Area band, very good sound. They have potential. @indiequick #
  • Damn you Aaron of Live105's Soundcheck. You're making me buy more music. Just bought the Band of Skulls album too. But, but, it was only $6. #
  • I can't stand "House MD" anymore. After 2 years of cast changes, the cast is back to the original one, like nothing happened. As for his… #
  • …addiction, it went away & came back. In other words, absolutely nothing has changed in the characters in the last 5 years. Terrible show. #
  • Received Premiere Elements 8 in the mail, will write review soon. Just for fun. #

2 Comments »

Von Riesling wrote on October 6th, 2009 at 11:04 AM PST:

Who knows what the Apple/Adobe problem is concerning Flash. You blame Apple – and it might very well be their fault. Unless you have inside info, it’s impossible to tell.

It’s bad for both companies to behave like toddlers.


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Eugenia wrote on October 6th, 2009 at 1:03 PM PST:

It is Apple’s fault. Apple has already talked against wanting Flash on the iPhone, and Adobe made it CLEAR in their FAQ that they want to create a browser plugin but Apple doesn’t want to help them (because it requires more APIs that what’s available to create such a plugin). So yes, it is 100% Apple’s fault I am afraid.


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