rrr_hhh: It is interesting these continual extensions of the 9.99$ Photographers' deal : What this tells me is that they didn't reach their subscription goal.
I for one didn't subscribe. Here in Switzerland, even after our VAT deduction, we still have to pay 40% more than US customers. I'm definitely fed up with Adobe. I own PSCS6 plus LR5 and won't get into CC.
I'm investing in other products like Capture One and DXO. i will see what to do when i can no more use CS6.
They will be lucky to keep those rates. Notice the price of upgrade is what the current price is. What will that be? http://www.adobe.com/store/en_us/popup/offer/ccm_photoshop_app_offer.html
backayonder: If you are happy with Adobe Cloud that is fine by me and if you are happy with CS3, 5,6 etc that is all so fine by me too.
I am just wondering from a photographers point of view what benefits the latest Photoshop has. Surely for a photographer Photoshop peaked many versions ago.
Can be done in LR4.
Google+ hasn't displayed properly for me in weeks. Unusable.
I seem to remember another company that released an incredible product only on ATT. How did that turn out? Love the 920 that replaced my iPhone.
Mike604: Like the Bible says pride comes before a fall. Nokia/Microsoft together are a sinking ship. With Steve ballet @ the wheel, no wonder they are sinking. Nokia raised the bar, yes but did not blow anything away. A great camera in an outdated OS and low class hardware doesn't work, period. Adios Amigo.
I have a Lumia 920. Switched from iPhone. This whole weight BS given to this phone is exactly that. BullSh*t. Put an iPhone in a protective case. Bam! Same weight as 920. Guess what the 920 doesn't need a case. Love this phone.
You send me to Flickr and I will not look at your images. Horrible viewer experience.
mick232: You people seem to ignore a couple of things:
1. there is more than one workaround available (don't open TIF files from untrusted sources, scan TIF file with virus scanner)
2. fixing a bug in old software is more expensive by orders of magnitude than in upcoming or current software; even if the fix is a one-liner, the software has to be re-built, re-tested, re-released. Don't underestimate the effort needed for all these steps. These processes have to be re-run for the fix whereas with software currently being developed they run anyway.
That is why any software company will assess the severity of a bug. No company will fix any bug, even if it is a security issue. That's just how it is and all your rants are not going to change it.