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The Wired article linked below includes a nice interview with Flash senior product manager Mike Downey, where he discusses issue like the upcoming integration of Flash with Photoshop and the planned release of Flash 9 for Linux.
Flash, the premiere platform for presenting audio and video on the web, turns 10 years old today. Over the last decade, the technology has grown from a simple sketch tool to a near-ubiquitous rich media application used by sites like MySpace, YouTube and Google Video to stream millions of video and audio files a day.
Wired article [wired.com]
Though these days I try to do everything with DHTML, ASP.NET and AJAX, there are many things that can only be done in a good old SWF. Still part of my toolbox, though collecting dust.
Flash? Die? a curse on thee, unbeliever.
I for one am scared that I'll look in the Photoshop Layers palette and see a timeline with key frames. eeek!