The Adobe Creative Suite rip-off

What is Adobe thinking? Have they decided that americans are poor and europeans are filthy ritch, and that a product should cost twice as much in Europe as it does in the US? It appears so. has this story: CS3 international pricing insane showing the disgusting mugging of european customers by Adobe. There is a petition going on, so if you are also disgusted by the price policy of Adobe – then you should really take a minute to sign the petition!

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Flash CS3 on the way has a first look at what is to come in the new Flash CS3. Flash CS3 Preview – Flashmagazine Although this is the third iteration of Adobes Creative Suite, for many of us, this is the first true test of the acquisition of Macromedia by Adobe a year and half ago. And based on what we have had a chance to see, it appears the first thing on the agenda was integration. Among the enhancements: Better performance for the new virtal machine and ActionScript 3, better integration with the

Flash CS3 on the way Read More » skriver om meg har meg som toppsak for øyeblikket, men har linket feil. For å finne mer om min blogging om og Nettkatalogen – se min norske blogg. In English: Norwegian newspaper has published an article about lawsuit letters I have been getting from the lawyers of Bedriftsguiden and Nettkatalogen – two internet catalog companies. The threats follows me blogging about these two companies. If you know norwegian you can read the article about the whole ordeal. And my original article about Bedriftsguiden In English, feel free to read skriver om meg Read More »

Bedriftsguiden – Norwegian internet catalog with threatening letters

Bedriftsguiden and their lawyer has threatened me with suing me for damages. They claim I am in competition with them and that my writings about their service in my original blogentry Bedriftsguiden and their somewhat dodgy ways of marketing themselves are in violation with Norwegian marketing law. I know how this looks, I seem to be a magnet for letters from norwegian internet catalogs. I guess they don’t like the spotlight and digging I am doing on them – but lawyers and possible lawsuits will not stop me.

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Death penalty keeps killing inocent lifes in the US

Faulty Testimony Sent 2 to Death Row, Panel Finds – New York Times Faulty evidence masquerading as science sent two men to death row for arson in Texas and led to the execution of one of them, a panel of private fire investigators concluded in a report released Tuesday in Austin. […] The report examined prosecution arson testimony in the trials of two men: Ernest R. Willis, convicted of killing two women in a house fire in 1986 in Iraan, and Cameron T. Willingham, convicted of burning his home in

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Internet Explorer 6 and CSS frustrations

Right now I am working on the “2006 edition” of – a site that has been live since 2002 and has markup that should make my stomack turn – if I wasn’t so used to it by now. So now its all XHTML and CSS. And with that its all CSS-frustrations, especially with Internet Explorer. But Jensa knows how to cheer me up. Check out this gem (for however long it stays): /* fix for the IE 1px-off margin error */ * html .StupidIEMarginHack { margin-right: 1px; }

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Guantanamo : Using terror to fight terror

Its about time to post a little again. If you live in the UK you should make sure to catch the screening of “The Road to Guantanamo”, airing on Channel 4 on the 9th of march and on the cinema screen accross 18 countries the day after (except the US). The film is about three english guys that were detained in Guantanamo charged with being terrorists. The movie details their meeting with the unlawful “prison” and the torture they were put through in the 2 years they were detained there.

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