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Yahoo!’s Peanut Butter Manifesto

The big news swirling around tech circles this weekend is the leak of an internal document written by Brad Garlinghouse, a senior vice president at Yahoo!. The memo, which was published by the Wall Street Journal, has come to be known as the Peanut Butter Manifesto. In it, Garlinghouse calls for a major [...]

Adobe Donates ActionScript VM to Mozilla

Adobe has donated the source code to AVM2, their ActionScript virtual machine, to the Mozilla Foundation. The new project is known as Tamarin. As stated in the press release, this is the largest contribution to Mozilla since its inception. For the web development community, this is major news.
Adobe Flex is an application [...]

Google Acquires JotSpot

Yesterday, Google announced their acquisition of JotSpot, a company that developed wiki applications. Wikis are collaborative websites that a group of people can edit and update with new information. This acquisition is another sign of Google’s office intentions, and reveals in greater detail that collaboration is their focus.
Read/WriteWeb has a wealth of information [...]