Live video from Adobe Engage event

Shantanu Narayen, CEO of Adobe tells Kevin Lynch what's cool about AIR

I’ve been live streaming all morning from the Adobe Engage event. Here’s a schedule. This is an event that Adobe’s holding to launch new versions of Adobe AIR and Flex and to showcase some developers who’ve built stuff using those two technologies.

Adobe Engage Event Schedule

So, here’s the video from this morning’s stuff — if you have only time for one, watch the New York Times or the MFG.com videos. They were the most impressive to me.

Adobe Executives. Shantanu Narayen, CEO (Qik video, part I, part II, part III); Kevin Lynch, CTO (Qik video, part I, part II). Sometimes the phone gets kicked off, sorry.

New York Times showing off their cool Shifd, which shipped just last night (Qik video, part I, part II)

Carnet Williams, Jason Ricci showing off Sprout, cool tool for building Flash/Flex sites (Qik video)

Russ Fleming, Matthew Maher showing off a cool new package tracker from FedEx (Qik video, Part I, part II)

Mitch Free showing off the sexiest enterprise app I’ve seen, MFG.com (Qik video, part I, part II)

Chris Shipley and Kevin Lynch having a conversation (Chris runs the Demo conference) (Qik video).

More will be up after lunch at http://www.qik.com/scobleizer.

17 thoughts on “Live video from Adobe Engage event

  1. @vitorino – Maybe that’s what Microsoft plans to anounce tomorrow? Heard it is something big, but not the acquisition of Yahoo. Wonder what it could be.

    I enjoyed the video coverage of the engage event, keeps me from having to leave Austin or my house for that matter. I made a qipit of the agenda to make it easier to read.

  2. @vitorino – Maybe that’s what Microsoft plans to anounce tomorrow? Heard it is something big, but not the acquisition of Yahoo. Wonder what it could be.

    I enjoyed the video coverage of the engage event, keeps me from having to leave Austin or my house for that matter. I made a qipit of the agenda to make it easier to read.

  3. this is “coverage?” yawn. sorry dude but pointing a camera at a stage and pressing the play button doesn’t do it.

  4. this is “coverage?” yawn. sorry dude but pointing a camera at a stage and pressing the play button doesn’t do it.

  5. Which company should Microsoft buy?
    They want Yahoo. Some say they should go for SAP. I was thinking Adobe.

    Its market cap is US$20.2 billion (half of Yahoo´s), its core business is much more similiar to Microsoft´s and last but not least, Adobe owns a virtual monopoly of the tools to build a much enriched web (including the web 2.n.n.n, videos, animations, 3D graphics etc). Adobe AIR and FLEX 3.0 (in their site they even say FLEX is free and open source! How about that?) bring real multimedia capabilities to the web, one thing that Google text-mining obsessed culture seems to hate the most. But hey, do you really think the web will remain this dull all-text environment? I´m betting no.

  6. Which company should Microsoft buy?
    They want Yahoo. Some say they should go for SAP. I was thinking Adobe.

    Its market cap is US$20.2 billion (half of Yahoo´s), its core business is much more similiar to Microsoft´s and last but not least, Adobe owns a virtual monopoly of the tools to build a much enriched web (including the web 2.n.n.n, videos, animations, 3D graphics etc). Adobe AIR and FLEX 3.0 (in their site they even say FLEX is free and open source! How about that?) bring real multimedia capabilities to the web, one thing that Google text-mining obsessed culture seems to hate the most. But hey, do you really think the web will remain this dull all-text environment? I´m betting no.

  7. Thanks for the videos! Sprout looks very interesting, a bit like a souped up version of effectgenerator.com . Does each sprout have source code like the effects at effectgenerator.com?

  8. Thanks for the videos! Sprout looks very interesting, a bit like a souped up version of effectgenerator.com . Does each sprout have source code like the effects at effectgenerator.com?

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