Adobe has finally announced what has been inevitable, and for most of us thoroughly welcome: as of the […]
One perhaps cosmetic bug gives insight into some bigger problems in Mail.
The task: a simple, clickable interactive plan of paintings of Piazza San Marco in Venice, using HTML5.
In 1996, QuickTime had no serious competition, was very cross-platform, elegant, and highly practical. Yet now it is dying.
Sooner or later, either the BBC or Adobe are going to have to chicken out of this, or Flash will still be going strong in 2020.
Most Central Government departments still depend on Microsoft Office. How will they and we cope with new official open standards?
What happens when you ask for electronic publishing tools? You end up with products which bind you into constraints, charge royalties, or have to be leased.