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Karl's Corner Adobe Acrobat PDF Central Conference 2006

Karl De Abrew

There's little over a month to go and I've got to admit, I'm getting pretty excited about the upcoming PDF Central Conference, 2006. Not surprisingly, Acrobat 8 is going to be one of the hot topics at the event.

Enterprise & Government   October 17, 2006

Attend the Free GWG Seminar Graph Expo & Converting Expo

Dan Shea

Ghent PDF Workgroup best practices & specifications are free and being used by growing numbers of businesses around the world for their publishing workflows.

Creative & Print   October 16, 2006

Ubiquitous PDF: Expatriate Guide in PDF

Dan Shea

Are you an expatriate living overseas? In this age of globalization, perhaps you are planning an international move for work. There's a lot involved, but Expat Focus now offers a PDF guide to setting up and settling in to a new country.

Enterprise & Government   October 11, 2006

This week in PDF: Adobe education

Dan Shea

This week in PDF sees Adobe in the news with the announcement of a roadshow and the release of a new educational software solution. To round out the week's news, another company has announced compliance with the Ghent PDF Workgroup's (GWG) current set of specifications.

Enterprise & Government   October 11, 2006

Karl's Corner: Dennis Quaid and Harrison Ford

Karl De Abrew

The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl talks about ... the eerie resemblance between Dennis Quaid and Harrison Ford. Yes, really.

Enterprise & Government   October 11, 2006

This week in PDF: PDF creation and conversion

Dan Shea

This week in PDF sees updates to a PDF printer, a Macintosh-compatible PDF-to-Word conversion utility and a suite of 3D publishing solutions.

Enterprise & Government   October 04, 2006

PDF Central Conference brings PDF to the Midwest

Dan Shea

One region of the US that has seen a notable dearth of PDF-centric events has been the Midwest. Well, until November 6, that is, when pre-conference sessions for the inaugural Adobe Acrobat PDF Central Conference will commence. The conference proper will then kick off on November 7 with an Adobe keynote.

Enterprise & Government   October 04, 2006

This week in PDF: Creation, conversion and central conferences

Dan Shea

As the early registration deadline for the Adobe Acrobat Central Conference draws near, this week in PDF has been a big one for conversion to and from PDF, with the release of three different tools in that vein.

Enterprise & Government   September 27, 2006

Ubiquitous PDF: Joe DiMaggio Weds Marilyn Monroe in PDF

Dan Shea

Those with an interest in Hollywood history can now download a PDF copy of the original New York Times article about the 1954 celebrity wedding of "Jumpin'" Joe DiMaggio and screen siren Marilyn Monroe.

Enterprise & Government   September 27, 2006

This week in PDF: PDF education

Dan Shea

As Adobe rightly grabs headlines with its announcement of the Acrobat 8 family of products, this week in PDF sees the announcement of a series of workflow seminars, the association of a PDF/A resource and updates to both a PDF censorship tool and a network PDF printing solution.

Enterprise & Government   September 20, 2006

Karl's Corner: Airport Security... The Game

Dan Shea

The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Dan Shea fills in for Karl and talks about a game called Airport Security.

Enterprise & Government   September 20, 2006

The wait is over: Acrobat 8 family announced

Dan Shea

Ending months of speculation, Adobe has today announced its Acrobat 8 Family product line. In addition to several user interface tweaks designed to streamline popular features, the new version incorporates Web conferencing, thanks to the Breeze technology acquired with Macromedia.

Enterprise & Government   September 18, 2006

Adobe v Microsoft: The Next Move

Richard Crocker

Microsoft has just made its first PDF creation product available free for download from its web site, making good on its promise months ago to give the tools away. If you remember our original story, after much wrangling with Adobe, Microsoft backed down on providing the functionality inside its Microsoft Office 2007 range of products. Instead, it announced it would give them away free via download to any Microsoft Office 2007 user. Adobe had wanted Microsoft to charge for the software.

Enterprise & Government   September 08, 2006

This week in PDF: Google's digital library

Dan Shea

Ah, September! In the last 7 days, Spring has sprung in the South while Fall fell in the North. This week in PDF also sees the release of a new eBook repository, a toolkit that directly creates 3D PDF content and a form-saving solution.

Enterprise & Government   September 06, 2006

Karl's Corner: Craig Cline passes

Karl De Abrew

The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl bids farewell to former Seybold Seminars Conference Director Craig Cline.

Enterprise & Government   September 06, 2006

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