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  • commented 11 months ago
  • tags: LNKD FB MSFT AAPL ADBE
  • "We expect that CC will continue to gain traction in the coming years as more of creative professionals adopt CC."

    Of course it will gain traction over the coming months. If all of your files are in Adobe and you don't have the option of discs anymore, what choice do you have? It's not like their userbase or the marketplace independently chose this path. It has been forced on them.

    I know some people really love it, but it seems to me like most of them just didn't have a choice. If you are semi-pro or casual, you don't have the option of buying new discs; and if you are professional and don't want lost time and comissions due to switching to a new software (learning, converting, etc.), you are strongarmed into it. This is highway robbery. I, and many creative professionals I know, am leaving Adobe altogether because of this nonsense. There are too many good options out there that don't force me to pay for the software 12 times over just to access my last purchased version.

    How does this article not even mention the hacking of the Adobe servers last month? [ less... ]
    "We expect that CC will continue to gain traction in the coming years as more of creative professionals adopt CC." Of course it will gain traction over the coming months. If all of your files are in Adobe and you don't have the option of discs anymore, what choice do you have? It's not like their userbase or the marketplace independently chose this path. It has been forced on them. I know some people really love it, but it seems to me like most of them just didn't have a choice. If you are semi-pro or casual, you don't have the option of buying new discs; and if you are professional and don't want lost time and comissions due to switching to a new software (learning, converting, etc.), you are strongarmed into it. This is highway robbery. I, and many creative professionals I know, am leaving Adobe altogether because of this nonsense. There are too many good options out there that don't force me to pay for the software 12 times over just to access my last purchased version. How does this article not even mention the hacking of the Adobe servers last month?
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