OT: Adobe's New Anti Apple Ads

Mark Swindell mdswindell at cruzio.com
Sun May 16 23:11:04 EDT 2010


After Apple reduces Flash to a reasonably weak state, perhaps they'll have a change of heart toward "the rest of us" and lighten up some.  Just a (probably naive) thought.
-Mark

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/05/16/mefeedia_html5_survey/

Non-Flash video surges onto the web
Maniacal chuckling at One Infinite Loop
Steve Jobs is one-quarter of the way to victory in his increasingly heated take-no-prisoners assault on Adobe Flash.

According to a survey conducted by video aggregator MeFeedia, 26 per cent of all web video is now available for playback with the HTML5 <video> tag and the H.264 codec. That means that 26 per cent of web video is now viewable on the iPhone/Pod/Pad. And, of course, Steve Jobs asserts that it's the most important 26 per cent.

> Alejandro Tejada wrote:
> 
>> Actually, i hope that this feud between Apple and Adobe
>> could bring more attention from Adobe to Linux and
>> Mobile Platforms.




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