It has been a quarter of a century since Adobe was founded, and this year, Adobe celebrates its 25th anniversary. It can be said that Adobe has come a long way - from the humble beginnings of its PostScript language, to the ubiquity of its Acrobat and Photoshop software, and then to the acquisition of Macromedia along with its popular Flash software.
In a way, Photoshop has become the underpinning of the artistic world. As mentioned by Bruce Chizen in the video (read on), it's almost impossible to find something that was not created in Photoshop everywhere we look, be it illustrations in the newspapers or magazines, and even the covers of books.
So, take a trip down memory lane and look at the video celebrating Adobe's 25th anniversary or the comprehensive newsletter (direct download). You will discover a lot more about Adobe than you have ever known.
This week, Project10X published the Semantic Web 2008 Report, which is worth taking a look at. The report touches on topics such as Web 3.0, Social Computing and future trends.