- Apr 7, 2005
In the past I've had the utmost respect for Steve Jobs and Apple, but lately he seems to be having a crisis. Either he's going a touch mad, or he's single-handedly attempting to kill the Apple brand. By not allowing Flash content to to run on some of Apples products, he is isolating Apple users from a total internet experience. Without Adobe, Apple wouldn't be here now. I'm refering of course to Adobe Type Manager, without which in the past, Macs couldn't render fonts. In his 'Thoughts Of Flash' statement he more or less states that Adobe owed their existence to Apple. What rot. Steve, annoy Adobe and your consumers at your peril. This is no way to encourage increased market share...