Adobe Blurs Line Between PC and Web
Adobe will release AIR, a software development system that will power potentially tens of thousands of applications that merge the Internet and the PC, as well as blur the distinctions between PCs and new computing devices like…
Morris Miselowski’s thoughts
This is one of those quiet incremental technological changes that sneaks up on us and revolutionises the future. I’ve spoken at length about cloud computing, and the amazing opportunities it offers us to blur the boundaries of “ours” and “theirs” and to work anywhere on documents and files using third party software we don’t own – think Hotmail, Google Mail and E Bay for widely accepted cloud computing software.
The blur between PC’s, on line and devices is going to get greater over the next decade to the point where it doesn’t matter what the device is, what the software is or what you are working on, you will be able to access, retrieve, change, share and use it from wherever you are on a multitude of devices, some obvious like PC’s and mobile PDA’s and others more discreet “built in” devices using voice or touch screen activation.