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Saturday, September 16, 2006

Flash and web2.0

Kevin Lynch is talking on his blog about the integration of Flash and web2.0 technologies. To me this type of development is vital - ironically one of the major letdowns of web2.0 technology is the lack of artistic flare that the tools offer. Creativity is vital in creating a sense of ownership, and without the capacity that Flash offers to create a truly dynamic environment, sites will always be limited to the themes or static presentations provided by the creators or user communities. I'll watch the development of Flash 9 with great interest.

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