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Adobe Apollo Launched, So Go Build Something

March 23rd, 2007 by hashbrown

Adobe just announced that it’s much anticipated Apollo platform is now available for developers. The software developers kit can be downloaded at

Although this is the official release of the SDK, many developers have been working with Apollo for quite some time. Ryan Stewart recently covered the some of the better Apollo demos from an event they put on last month. See more on the launch from his ZDNet blog.

Readers have noticed our recent infatuation with the Apollo platform. I honestly believe that entirely new classes of companies can be built on this platform, which takes Flash, HTML and javascript completely outside of the browser and interacts with the file system on a PC. Photos, music, email and many other everyday tasks make a lot of sense in a single environment that is both local and in the cloud simultaneously. There is going to be a lot of creativity coming off of this platform over the near term.

Crunch Network: CrunchBoard because it’s time for you to find a new Job2.0

If you already know flash or javascript, you need to learn this. And then teach me.

from Public on NewsGator Online

by Michael Arrington


by Hashbrown

to web development web2.0

on Mar 19, 2007, 5:01AM

Originally by Michael Arrington from Public on NewsGator Online on March 19, 2007, 1:01am

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Clipmarking ClipMarks

February 28th, 2007 by hashbrown
I created this with ClipMarks2.0.
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Introducing ClipMarks 2.0…video demo now�up

It’s not usual when I can get videos up of two companies breaking news (Ning and ClipMarks) all in the same night, but here’s the videos of ClipMarks: interview with Eric Goldstein, co-founder, and demo of ClipMarks by Eric.

I’m off to the Adobe Engage event, more later.

UPDATE: Rafe Needleman has more on ClipMarks here. TechMeme has more about ClipMarks 2.0 here.



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