Text, Adobe, Freeware, web 2.0I don't have a problem with Adobe Air. There are a lot of great applications built on it, like TimesReader and Destroy Twitter (which I use to run the DLS Twitter account from time to time).Adobe Wave, on the other hand, leaves me a bit puzzled. Who wants to blow 50 megabytes of ram on an application that only pushes notifications to your desktop from select websites (currently nine with five more sites coming soon)? Who is Wave targeted at?By now, most of you probably have a favorite Twitter client or RSS reader that you've got configured just the way you like it.
Google, Social Software, web 2.0There's Tweetdeck for your Tweets, Seesmic for your Facebook stalking -- and now Waver for your Waves! Waver is simply an Adobe AIR application that hooks into your Google Wave account. From there, yo... Read Post
Internet, Text, Web services, Adobe, Freeware, Social Software, web 2.0 Seesmic's Thwirl may not be as popular as it was a year ago, but it's still one of the most popular desktop Twitter apps around. They've lost a lot of ground to... Read Post