Hmmmm, Acrobat trainers, now there's an idea for marketing to get their teeth into, I'd like some Adidas Superstar 2's please, with the Acrobat logo on.
Anyway, back in the real world, I'm referring to the time spent yesterday with our training partners, many of whom work with Acrobat. They spent a day with us at Stockley Park and I hope they enjoyed the news and product updates etc. It was really good to see some familiar faces.
Since there's not too much to cover that's new with Acrobat, I simply ran through some recent news, Leopard Support, the new Acrobat 3D update etc... I then looked at some new stuff on Adobe labs, in fact, I reckon you should have a look too...
Built on Adobe's Flash platform, Brio operates inside most popular web browsers, so you can start a meeting without worrying if others have a compatible system or the right software.
Brio beta allows you to:
* Host unlimited online meetings with up to 3 meeting participants.
* Interact with easy-to-use screen sharing, chat and whiteboards.
* Access your meeting instantly with a personalized, easy-to-remember URL.
* Distribute documents and files to meeting participants.
* Use integrated VoIP, teleconferencing and multi-point video.
Preview Adobe’s latest online offering codenamed "Share", a free web-based service that allows you to easily share, publish and organize your documents.
With Share you can:
* Send documents without email attachments.
* Access your documents from anywhere.
* View all the documents you have shared or received in one place.
* Post a link to your document on a wiki or blog.
* Embed a Flash® preview of your document on any website.
* Limit access to a document to a list of recipients.
I'm using both technologies at the moment, let me know what you think.