During our next event at the Adobe User Group of Geneva I will make an introduction to SEO strategies and the best practice to extend them to SWF powered content. This presentation could also be named SEO for Rich Internet Application. As it is just an introduction I’ll try to make it in 30 minutes… Read More »
I had the opportunities to ask some questions to John Holland, the Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer at Searchme. Searchme is a new search engine that uses visual search and category refinement, displayed with the Flash Player.
I’ve been very interested in tags lately, for me tags are the perfect combination between human and computer. Computers can easily links a lot of tagged content together while human can easily tag complex document. Computer can’t extract the semantic of document and human can’t recall all the document concerning a topic… Now let’s focus… Read More »
[via Scott Janousek’s Blog] […]Adobe Systems CEO Shantanu Narayen said the company intends to bring its Flash Player to Apple’s iPhone.[…] Whether and how Flash applications would run on Apple’s iPhone has been an open question since the device’s launch. Narayen’s comments indicate that Adobe will be able to create a version of Flash Lite… Read More »
Very interesting article from ‘The blog of the Augmented Social Cognition Research Group at Palo Alto Research Center‘ about the effect of social tagging on memory. […]As reported in the paper, the results suggest that: * In the type-to-tag condition, users appears to elaborate what they have just read, and re-encoded the knowledge with keywords… Read More »
That is a big news! The Flex Builder 3 Professional is now free for all students and edu customer: Adobe Flex Builder 3 Pro is available for free to all education customers. This includes all students, faculty and staff of eligible education institutions. www.flexregistration.com Wondering why you finished your study so early? 🙂 Ahmet
The Acid test suite checking the browser compliance with certain web standards. Since April 2007, the version #3 of the Acid Test is open to the world and the results are impressively bad to nearly all web browsers. According to a Wikipedia article the test is a suite with 100 subtests, in six groups, called… Read More »
It was a great surprise to read that Nokia will help Microsoft to port Silverlight to S60 platforms (also S40 and Internet Tablet later). It is certainly a smart move from Microsoft to target the biggest market first (Nokia got 53% of the worldwide mobile device market) but it’s quite strange from Microsoft to target… Read More »