Engadget: Time to Switch On eBooks

Interesting ideas here in Ross Rubin’s weekly column.

2 Responses to Engadget: Time to Switch On eBooks

  1. Michael Ward says:

    Acrobat Player; too soon, too soon. I’ve still got a Sherpa protoptype around here somewhere….

  2. Michael Ward says:

    Acrobat Player was an embedded-system version of the Acrobat code that was built into three projectors manufactured by Proxima in the early 1990’s. This was a publicly announced project, and the Adobe/OEM jointly developed product was sold to some number of customers by Proxima. Other applications for Acrobat Player were discussed, but did not get beyond prototyping.