Adobe blogs rocking lately

Have you ever noticed that the more a blog links to things the more it rocks? Here’s an example. The Adobe blogs started a little slowly, but they are quickly becoming my favorite corporate blogs. Why? They take me cool places. Look at John Nack’s blog where he links us to a profile on Joshua Davis, and more. Or the one where he links us to the photos of the year. Or the one where he links to some cool Photoshop podcasts. Or this one by Thomas Phinney about quality in typography and fonts. Or this one by Tobias Hoellrich where he links to a post by Ryan Gallagher where he shows how to get some weird images by tossing your camera in the air. Or this one by John again that points to a DNG utility to recover pixels from the edges of photographs.

Good stuff, all!

6 thoughts on “Adobe blogs rocking lately

  1. Adobe may be writing, but they sure don’t seem to be reading. You’re watching talk of Microsoft via Technorati, but if they’re watching talk of Adobe, then they have chosen to ignore my problems with the glaring errors in Acrobat 7.0 for Mac.

    I would have told them directly, but I couldn’t find a phone number or straight email address on their site anywhere. Very evasive.

    My complaint is here: http://virtuallyshocking.com/2005/12/15/adobe-acrobat-stupidity/

  2. Macromedia isn’t listening anymore either, which is a real shame because they used to really care about Flash users. They really make a pair, I guess.

  3. Adobe may be writing, but they sure don’t seem to be reading. You’re watching talk of Microsoft via Technorati, but if they’re watching talk of Adobe, then they have chosen to ignore my problems with the glaring errors in Acrobat 7.0 for Mac.

    I would have told them directly, but I couldn’t find a phone number or straight email address on their site anywhere. Very evasive.

    My complaint is here: http://virtuallyshocking.com/2005/12/15/adobe-acrobat-stupidity/

  4. Macromedia isn’t listening anymore either, which is a real shame because they used to really care about Flash users. They really make a pair, I guess.

  5. I wish I could be as famous as Joshua Davis for having never made anything useful in my life. Even as “art” is isn’t that interesting.

  6. I wish I could be as famous as Joshua Davis for having never made anything useful in my life. Even as “art” is isn’t that interesting.

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