Adobe to host online Photoshop...for free

"It seems Adobe have decided it's about time they really start challenging the likes of Google in the free online-app space...photoshop for free anyone?"

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News <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 01/03/07
Author: Matt Kemp
Source: CNET

Adobe's CEO Bruce Chizen has had a nice talk with CNET and revealed Adobe's new plan for it's flagship software.

He said:

That is new (for Adobe). It's something we are sensitive to because we are watching folks like Google do it in different categories, and we want to make sure that we are there before they are, in areas of our franchises

That plan involves being a hosted, online, free service.


This is a great move by Adobe and will hopefully push other big companies to get their applications out like this.

Photoshop for free certainly gets me about you?

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28-02-2007, 07:32:28

Am I wrong in thinking that "Circulating Heat" goes against the basics of cooling.....?

If they made that loop on the end SLIGHTLY bigger and put some fins inside it then gave you the option of a quiet little 40 mm fan they would be onto a winner tbh, could probably sell it as a standalone product.

28-02-2007, 11:52:24

I`m not overly groinily excited about this.

28-02-2007, 12:49:18

i dont think this is ideal, h/e its the same concept as ceiling fans it just circulates the heat, to bring it more to the ambient air temp(not quiet near thou)

28-02-2007, 13:59:37

PP Mguire
Looks kinda gay.

28-02-2007, 15:18:12

anyone care to explain what the hell "h/e" means as it bugging me now i keep reading it.

28-02-2007, 15:19:42

but its pushing the heat along the heatsink to probly where its cooler. is that not a good thing.

28-02-2007, 15:41:35

h/e is however

Dunno if that would actualy work tbh

28-02-2007, 16:04:26

Confuzzeled! :(
I thought we are looking for better cooling, getting rid of heat.. not concealing it..? :eek:

01-03-2007, 11:32:30


but its pushing the heat along the heatsink to probly where its cooler. is that not a good thing.

From what I can see of the limited pics, it`s just a shaped heat sink, it won`t push any heat, it`ll just exhorb it and heat up. If u stuck a little fan either under it, i.e. by the base, or even @ 90 deg to the side of it, it will have a push.

01-03-2007, 11:36:48

ahh, thanks for clearing that up for me!

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