PC World’s Harry McCracken comments on Adobe Flash’s origins and cites the many causes, in his opinion, for its current fall from favour amongst many technologists.
“As the Apple-Adobe wars have raged, I’ve been thinking about Flash’s origins and current condition. Flash is still important and useful, but it long ago stopped being the almost endearing technology it once was. I think that helps explain why there hasn’t been more of a groundswell of support for Adobe–people who care about Flash at all have mixed feelings about it.” [Read More]
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