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I guess it is what it is but what about when you work for a company?
A cloud set up will have all your info and stuff but what happens when you leave the company?
Does it make sense for designers to start having their own account that they take with them and have the company pay them for it?
Good question dann
Has anyone got the crack for this yet?
PS found invites welcome too.
Rounded corners nice hahaha
Sounds like they want to make sure nobody uses pirated versions anymore.
- This is a bad idea for Adobe. Pirating is a good thing for them I'd say.inteliboy
- Absolutely, how do you think photoshop became the industry standard? Every kid shelled out $700?monNom
- Exactly - these kids will go directly to open source - in 5 years this will represent first genuine competitor since the macromedia daysSlashPeckham
- ...Macromedia daysSlashPeckham
They just premiered/demoed all this at MAX. Pretty cool.
That pen and protractor toy was pretty cool but I question the fidelity of the work you can produce from it.
The galaxy note basically does this doesn't it(Same tech at least)?
meh, still preffer my pen/pencil and paper, no lag, atomic precision
Oh so Photoshop finally got rounded corners which Fireworks has done for years.
that's what Adobe wants from us all.
H4ck3rs gonna h4ck
"Morris also acknowledged that there will be customers who just can’t switch to Creative Cloud and for the most part, that’s because of the online components like the Beh4nce community and cloud storage features. Government agencies, for example, will not want to use this (or aren’t allowed to), schools won’t want their students to publish their work publicly to Beh4nce and some enterprise customers, too, will not want to deal with these features. For them, Adobe has created special licenses and version of the Creative Cloud that still use the online distribution mechanism, but that won’t include that features that these customers will object to."
Welcome to the future:
-You don't own anything
-Monthly charge for everything
lots of angry comments on that Techcrunch thread