Upload & Sell: Off
Dave Good wrote:
I have zero interest in trusting my content to an on-line storage device.
Again, the only thing Creative Cloud has to do with "the cloud" (the internet) is that some marketing wonk thought they'd sell more subscriptions that way. Your files and your applications are on your computer.
Mr Mouse wrote:
What Adobe need to get back on track is some viable competition. I can not understand why there is no competition for at $700 to $1000 a pop for Photoshop you would think some would see importunity there. Hopefully as Adobe introduces new bugs with each new software drop some will see Adobe as open target easy pray.
Agreed, though I'd settle for firing Shantanu Narayen and getting the company back on track. Adobe's still managing to put out some amazingly useful new tools in their new versions, but it's all mired in penny-pinching, a lack of quality assurance, and a customer-hostile attitude. There's definitely room for someone to come in with Adobe's old attitude (not the horrendous Macromedia attitude Adobe acquired with the company and its employees) and make a product people enjoy using and enjoy paying money for.
Imaging software may be difficult to develop, but please, I'll give you my money!