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November 25, 2008

Adobe MAX 2008 San Francisco: Ali’s Debrief

Did you make it to Adobe MAX 2008 in San Francisco last week? If so, I hope you found it valuable, and just as importantly, I hope you were inspired to use more of the technology available to you, and made some new connections and friends. I was fortunate enough to be one of the presenters this year, my first at MAX. Here’s a recap from me on the sessions I participated in or presented as they relate to collaboration, Acrobat software and PDF files.

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November 18, 2008

Cocomo on Adobe Labs: Building Real-Time Social Applications

At Adobe MAX 2008 in San Francisco, Adobe announced the availability of the Cocomo PaaS (Platform as a Service) as an Adobe Labs project. This allows Flex developers to incorporate rich real-time social networking capabilities in to their own Rich Internet and AIR applications. And it’s been used already: in Acrobat and Reader 9 with their Page View Sharing capability.

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November 07, 2008

How Do I Stop Acrobat 9 Checking for Comments?

The Review Tracker is your friend. It keeps an eye on the reviews (and forms) you have either sent out or received so that you can carry on doing your day job. But because it does this in the background, there may be times when it (or the Finder or Windows Explorer) prompts you to log in to a server that you are no longer connected to. There is one way to stop that from happening.

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