The Best of the Adobe Blogs…

by admin on June 7, 2009

Well, I must say it's a bit of a mixed batch over at the Adobe blog network. There are very well written entries on topics that can be of considerable interest to fellows like us; there are some blog that consist of the standard boilerplate corporate fluff, and of course, some entries that are unintentionallly hilarious.

I won't point any specific blogs of the last type, but I'll link to a few entries that caught my eye:

Jim King is a senior principal scientist at Adobe as well as a PDF architecture and his blog is among the best: Catch his entry on the push from the EU to incorporate digital signatures in PDF.

Lori DeFurio has a nice tipsheet on how to convert Excel spreadsheets to PDF documents.

John Nack, the most profilic Adobe blogger and a member of the Photoshop team, is asking for your help on what to fix in Photoshop.

Lastly, the product managers of Adobe Acrobat have their own blog called Shredding the Document. Some interesting links there.

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