Adobe to acquire Virtual Ubiquity

"Adobe has signed a deal to acquire Virtual Ubiquity and its ground-breaking online word processor, Buzzword.

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Adobe to acquire Virtual Ubiquity

Adobe has signed a deal to acquire Virtual Ubiquity and its ground-breaking online word processor, Buzzword. Adobe says the acquisition is part of its corporate strategy to foster a vibrant ecosystem for rich internet application development built on Adobe AIR.

Buzzword is a collaborative online word processor that lets individuals work toget
her to create documents. Features include advanced typography, page layout controls, and robust support for integrated graphics, regardless of the browser or device.

Buzzword was developed using Adobe Flex software and runs in the Adobe Flash Player. The application also runs on Adobe AIR for use offline.

Details can be found here

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29-09-2007, 14:55:56

right i have £300 of my hard earned cash to spend on a water cooling system and a new mid/full tower case
just wondering what i could get for my money that should be usable with my 4200+ 939 any systems to come

29-09-2007, 17:38:02

This is what i would get this is just for the cpu mind

2x 120 fans £3 to £15

You need to add a rez to hold the water its your choice what rez has thats all it does and they dont effect flow you pay for style thats it £20 to £70

some fazer f1 fluid lots of uv coolers £7.59 1 ltr thats all you will need unless you get a big rez then you will need 2

uv lights about £5

this list is £150 plus the prices up top wich will give you a 5 star cooling set up and still leave you with a £100 plus for your case


good luck :D

29-09-2007, 18:02:33

Yeh what Koganinja suggested is a good kit although to save a tenner you wouldnt need the Ultra pump, a Pro would manage with that easily enough...

Not sure why you included some 3/8" barbs though Koganinja, especially when you've bought 1/2" hose.

Shameless plug I know but dont forget we now offer a full pre-fit service along with laser cutting and etching :-)

29-09-2007, 18:18:01

clicked on the wrong ones lol shoulb be 1/4 to 1/2 :rolleyes:

i put the ultra incase he wanted to do the gpu and futur upgrades ? ;)

29-09-2007, 18:36:19

will properly get it cut through you though i want to build the system my self

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