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Subject: FLASH: Developer Support Brochure
From: Eric J. Wittman
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 02:45:37 GMT

Dear Flash developers,

Over the past year, the Flash developer base has grown from 10,000 to over
100,000 and growing strong. Widespread usage of Flash on sites such as Audi
Cars, the Olympic Committee, Disney, Sony, Pier 1 Imports, MSNBC, Mitsubishi
Motors, WebTV, Saachi & Saachi, Pepsi, Taco Bell, Dreamworks, Compaq, Cisco
Systems, Bill Gate's home page and many many others has shown the growing
need for improved web experiences. More and more companies are interested in
adopting Flash for their web sites.

Numerous Flash developers are making project proposals for Flash-based site
designs. Often there are statistics and other backup information needed to
ensure a successful project pitch. Macromedia would like to help.

Macromedia is in the preliminary stages of developing a document to support
your project proposals. This document will provide statistics, existing
customer profiles, example sites and other information to support Flash as
the choice technology for high-fidelity web sites.

We would like to get your feedback on what specific statistics, information,
document formats and other data that will help you win these proposals.
Please forward any feedback directly to me at: emanatmacromedia [dot] com

Best wishes in all your future projects and endeavors.

Eric J. Wittman
Product Manager, Flash
600 Townsend Street, Ste. 310W
San Francisco, CA 94103
Have you seen Flash lately? http://www.flash.com

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