The AIR Office

September 17, 2008 at 6:21 pm Leave a comment

Years ago, when I used to talk about a rich client office suite, nobody thought it was good idea.  When I demonstrated office type applications for Macromedia Central in 2004, nobody batted an eye-lid. (e2textedit, e2spreadsheet, e2draw, e2paint, and e2data).

But since the release of Adobe AIR, the idea has gained a little momentum.

High-profile applications such as BuzzWord and PhotoShop Express indicate a growing trend in this direction, as well as developing new ways for people to share and collaborate on documents.

What do you think of the idea of an AIR Office suite?  How would it differ from the desktop software that you use?  How would it support collaboration on documents?

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