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Ichabod explained

The Adobe MAX sessions are online, and among them is a presentation by Jim Corbett about how Adobe and Google’s new Flash indexer works. I think it’s great to get such a thorough explanation from Adobe, but it’s a shame that they didn’t do this at the same time their PR people were busy hyping it a few months ago. Since it’s release it’s become obvious that it’s very limited, and there’s still no evidence that it works any better than the old swf2html method. Jim’s presentation makes it clear why this is — and I maintain my previous assessment that we’re better off using progressive enhancement/graceful degradation until there’s significant changes in the Flash Player to overcome the problems.

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Architectural Atrocities, part 10: Cairngorm’s Service Locator

In this installment of the Architectural Atrocities series I’ll continue on the Cairngorm theme. This time it’s something that is truly an architectural atrocity if there ever was one, and one of the ugliest things I’ve seen in such a high profile piece of software that Cairngorm is (a fact that still baffles me): Cairngorm’s Service Locator.

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