Elsmarc - 1:08 am on Oct 31, 2010 (gmt 0)
The demise of Flash (as we now know it today) will not be because of Jobs. It will be because, as it is today, it will just not be relevant in the future. I've been using Flashblock myself for quite a while now to eliminate a lot of garbage (just as noscript does). Flash is popular today. That does not mean that 5 or 10 years from now it will still be. Like cobol and PL1 and FORTRAN (which I programmed in back in the early 1970's), it will run its course into obscurity. That doesn't mean it will go away completely any more than FORTRAN or cobol has. But, time moves on. I prefer to look to the future than to be stuck in the past.