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Subject: RE: FLASH: Main Shockwave download page...
From: unique
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 23:26:37 GMT

>JD of MM, you wrote:
>"Summary: The Flash r28 players are up, but the Shockwave installers need to
>be reworked to include the r25 Flash players."
>Thanks for your speedy reply and reassurance that the update will indeed

Hell will indeed freeze over eventually too.

Can anyone at Macromedia explain the necessity of the long delay?

Just very curious,

Ken Sherwood


"In particular, I was musing about where Flash would be in a couple
of years. Right now, it's been delivered to a vast number of
clients, either by being packaged with a browser, or via a download.
Developers are now developing Flash content that is small yet
effective visually. It seems to offer lots of design possibilities.
Will it still be here in 3 years? Adobe, who has deeper pockets than
Macromedia, has announced a Flash competitor. Will Macromedia
survive? Will their vision and focus, so far unsullied [*sic*],

-- hwg-theory list contributor, 2000.02.12

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