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The annual Macromedia conference has undergone both a name and location change this year. One key thing remains the same, though and that's the overall level and excitement of Macromedia's development community. By many reports, attendance here at MAX 2003 in Salt Lake City, Utah, is up from last year's show and if traffic to the SYS-CON Media/MX Developer's Journal booth here at the show is an indication, that is certainly true. That's a fantastic sign in an economic year that has those even simply breaking jumping for joy. It's been a product-filled year for Macromedia, with the release of  Studio MX 2004, along with CFMX 6.1. Also, our new MX Developer's Journal has been launched here at the conference in print. Macromedia's push here at the conference is once again the rich digital user experience which combines together the fields of design and development (and ... (more)

SYS-CON Radio Interviews Borland

  SYS-CON Radio interviews Todd Olson of Borland about its Together Solutions business unit. Click here to listen {interview in MP3 format} ... (more)

Is Wireless Ready for Prime Time? Maybe...

Before moving into a new apartment a few months ago, I did what any self-respecting technology-obsessed person would do - ensure that all the necessary staples of my existence would be turned on and tested before I arrived. The week before I planned to move in, I scheduled installations of cable, RoadRunner (cable modem), telephone service, and gas (even I need heat and a stove), and arranged for my power to be turned on as well. My landlord agreed to be there for all these installations, and I slept easy knowing that my Internet, and thus my ability to work at my livelihood, wou... (more)

Beyond Words and Wires…Recovery Begins

In the aftermath of the horrific events of September 11, 2001, the entire nation came together to mourn the loss of those who died and suffered, and to plan a way to recover as a society as best we could. No words that I could write here would be adequate to convey how awful the atrocities were to witness or even to watch unfold on TV. Nor can mere words ever do justice to the extraordinary scenes of overwhelming human bravery and the endurance of the human spirit. Along with amazing individuals like New York City area volunteers who, as you read this, will undoubtedly still be s... (more)

Motorola and Nokia File a $3-billion Lawsuit Against Telsim

On a recent business trip to Istanbul, I arrived to wall-to-wall coverage of the Telsim controversy. Motorola and Nokia have filed a $3-billion lawsuit against Telsim, the second leading wireless provider in Turkey, alleging that Turkey's Uzan family borrowed all of that money with no intention of ever paying it back, in violation of the U.S. Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations statute. Telsim is currently denying these charges, and we're following the case at wbt2.com. Heading back on the 11-hour flight to New York, I spent my time catching up on all of the latest wir... (more)