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While I agree with much of this decision
and understand the issues surrounding it, I’m rather bummed to hear
Adobe sound like they are “conceding” in this manner. All this talk just
continues to blur the really story: (1) Flash does not run well on
mobile devices yet. I like my Android devices, but I try to avoid Flash
content because it’s not that great of an experience – I’m not sure why
Adobe can’t focus on improving this, this would be huge if they could.
At the same time, (2) HTML5 not going to save the world next week like
Apple loves to say – it’s still a long ways from being a reliable
alternative itself. It’s great that Adobe is working on new tools to
support HTML5 authoring – that will be great, just sad that it has come
to this “feud.”
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