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ADBE + MACR = Adobe 8ball?

dan akhirnya macromedia dibeli adobe, dengan hargaa... $3.4 billions, weh berapa rupiah tu ya? wes pokoknya buanyak! kira2 bakal jadi kayak gimana fireworks, after effect, flash? wooo... mungkin bakal banyak feature2 baru spektakuler kalo ilmuwan2 adbe + macr kerjasama. trus gimana juga nasib illustrator n freehand? go live n dreamweaver? ato fireworks n image ready?

eh btw kenapa nggak gabung ama corel sekalian ya? moron2 ilustrator disini masih pake corel draw! belajar freehand napa??

boleh dibaca:
http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/invrelations/adobeandmacromedia.html
http://www.macromedia.com/macromedia/proom/pr/2005/adobe_macromedia.html
http://www.markme.com/mesh/archives/007504.cfm
http://www.gskinner.com/blog/archives/2005/04/a_balanced_look.html
http://www.flashant.org/index.php?p=341&c=1

We are still working on 8ball, Maelstrom and everything else we have been working on. We are still planning to ship sometime in the second half of this year. We are still committed to Flash as a development platform (probably more than ever now). We are still committed to our server products, such as ColdFusion (7 has been incredibly successful) and Flex.
--Mike Chambers, Macromedia.

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