Adobe’s Marc Eaman did a good video explanation of the new LiveCycle ES2.5 being released today on the Adobe Government bits blog. For GovLoop fans, go to the final segment where he discusses LiveCycle ES2.5 and how government agencies are using it.
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What? You’ve never thought about the fun you can have with a PDF or Acrobat? Are you still thinking that PDF is merely a way to view a document and that Acrobat is the way to generate PDF? Well, let’s see if we can get you thinking beyond PDF’s heritage. (If you are already aheadRead… Read more »
I was out in San Francisco this week and attended an event with that city’s CIO that highlighted how developers are using open government data to provide interesting and useful apps for residents– like “MomMaps” for to find clean city parks. We put together a short video with interviews with some of the presenters– definitelyRead… Read more »
San Francisco’s aggressive open data efforts were on display this week, as civic and technology leaders took the stage at sf.govfresh, an event highlighting technology innovation in City government. City CIO Chris Vein (who also was recently interviewed by ideation solutions firm BrightIdea) and Department of Technology innovations manager Jay Nath explained how the CityRead… Read more »
Open Government, open source, open standards, open specifications. There is a huge amount of confusion and misunderstanding on what these terms mean when it comes to technology, and which products and tools fit into each category. Adobe System’s Dave McAlister, director of Open source and Standards, gives a great primer on what each term means,Read… Read more »
Its FRIDAY !!!! Thanks to Adobe Photoshop, I can dance with anyone, anyhow, anytime !!!
I saw them in the print additions of both the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, assume they ran in other major papers as well. What did you think? Here’s the version on ArsTechnica. Adobe’s Bobby Caudill also blogged about the issue.
Government Computer News weighed in on the Adobe versus Apple issue– definitely worth reading:
NextGov’s Aliya Sternstein just wrote an article about the debate that Adobe’s Rob Pinkerton set off earlier this week. If you are following this discussion, check it out. Sunlight Foundation’s Clay Johnson also weighed in.
There’s a very interesting new blog post by Adobe’s Rob Pinkerton worth reading, asking whether the folks at Apple have actually read the Open Government Directive. Rob’s main point is that Apple’s proprietary developer requirements stifle true openness and innovation: “I still find it hard to believe that a company that founded one of theRead… Read more »