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How to Color Correct on Adobe Premiere CS5!

I didn’t know until I watched this video but I guess there’s ways to color correct your videos on Adobe Premiere CS5.

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Adobe Divorces Apple, FINALLY!

Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen has made an official statement that Adobe is no longer married in fact divorced with Apple finally.

We’ve seen how well the new Motorola Droid 2 runs Adobe’s latest mobile Flash Player 10.1 and we can see a big future of growth with the Flash market. In the meanwhile, for those of you on iPhones, don’t be so sad that the tech marriage has fallen apart, you can still enjoy second-hand flash player by

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Adobe Fires Back At Apple with Hearts and the Truth!

Adobe takes case against Apple to 'Net with ad, open letter

Oh boy, here’s we go again, Adobe has just launched a new ad campaign aimed at Apple.

In response to Stevie Job’s letter on “openness” (or is it closed?), Adobe says that users should have the freedom to choose their own 3rd party app.  Which is true, I don’t need Apple to be my father, censoring technology that I should have a choice on.

In this case, clearly Apple is interfering with users rights to use what they want.  Users then would have

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Adobe Says “No” to Apple and Turns Focus on Google’s Android!

Apple has recently blocked Adobe’s Flash CS5 from its apps store.  Adobe Flash CS5 basically turns flash apps into iPhone apps much easily than using iPhone’s C++ SDK.   If Apple had decided to do this before many app developers have even begun to use Flash CS5 it would be understandable but their message is clear, Apple doesn’t like Adobe.

This being the case, Adobe has recently announced that they will no longer be supporting Flash CS5 for iPhone app development.

I think this is a good move on Adobe’s part as Apple has been going around the world, c

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Amazon Hack – How to Watch Free Amazon Videos!

Here’s a cool hack I found on Yahoo News, it’s a hack that lets you watch free Amazon videos using the security hole:

(I don’t think this will last too long once Amazon finds out so we suggest you to take advantage before they close the security hole)

The free demo version of Replay Media Catcher allows anyone to watch 75 percent of anything recorded and 100 percent of YouTube videos. For $39, a user can watch everything recorded.

One Web site — www.tvadfree.co

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Dell’s New Laptop will feature a Quad-core Processor with 16GB of Memory!

While this might not seem like big news, gamers will love the fact that Dell’s new laptop will feature a Quad-core Processor with 16GB of memory.

This new Dell Precision laptop will be available later t

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Zedomax.Net Web2.0 Crunch…

Here’s this week’s wrap up of Web2.0 companies and ramblings over at .Net:

Craigslist needs to update their graphicsGoogle Adsense will be available for RSS feeds, more money for bloggers.

Jobirn, a new type of

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Pizza Hut Launches an Adobe Flex app!

My first job ever was at Pizza Hut where I took orders, made pizza, and delivered.  It was probably the most fun job I ever had as I got to do everything including making myself some custom pizzas at the end of the day.

I’d still work at Pizza Hut if they paid me more than what I made now.  Make sure to tip your pizza delivery guy right, I always tip at least $3 and $5 when i have money.

Anyways, Pizza Hut launches their new Adobe Flex App, it’s basically a desktop app th

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Web2.0 Expo 2008 – Adobe Flex, will it be the next Web3.0?

Adobe Flex, will it be the next generation technology for Web 3.0? It’s hard to tell at this point as SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for flash or flex has not proven to be great. Although you could make an opinion that flash or flex can be embedded in an HTML page, that’s still no where close to RSS and tags that blogs offer.

Today, I met when Steven (Stephen) Harris from WebSpiders.com, a Global IT Outsourcing company that specializes in development of Adobe Flex and AJAX web applications.

Steven was nice en

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