2013 Brackets Hackathon At MAX
Looks like there are still a few tickets left for the Brackets Hackathon at MAX 2013. This is a chance to hang out with the community, contribute to the Brackets project, chat with project leads, and more. Registration is not required (but it will get you an awesome t-shirt).
2013 Simplifying Leaving MAX
This one was news to me, nice!
"Parting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say goodnight till it be morrow"
No one wants to think about MAX 2013 ending yet. But ... For those of you joining us next week in Los Angeles, airline check in (including baggage check for those of you who do that) will be available in L.A.C.C. on Tuesday and Wednesday to all attendees on LAX domestic departures on AirTran, Alaska, American, Continental, Delta, Horizon, JetBlue, United, and US Airways. More details on the MAX blog.
2013 Brackets Sprint 24 Build Released
2013 The Almost Perfect HTC One
I've been searching for the Perfect Phone for many years. As previously noted, I have become a fan of the HTC devices which I've been using for the past few years (most recently the HTC One X and One X+).
The newest HTC phone is the One which I have been traveling with and using extensivley since it shipped just over a week ago. So how has this one held up to real world scrutiny? Here are some thoughts:
2013 Edge Code At MAX
2013 MAX On Social Media
Looking for more MAX 2013? You can find us all over the socialsphere:
2013 Two Celebrity Hosts At MAX This Year
We're doubling the Adobe MAX Sneaks fun this year. Rainn Wilson (The Office, Soul Pancake) was incredible as a MAX host in 2011, so he's coming back for more, and this time he's bringing special guest Mary Lynn Rajskub (best known for playing CTU Systems analyst Chloe O'Brian on the hit TV show 24). Don't miss out; it's not too late to register.
2013 My Top 10 Reasons To Attend MAX 2013
2013 Creative Cloud Team Releases More Sneaks
That Photoshop deblur sneak was pretty cool, right? Well, there's more! Here are sneaks of features coming soon to Dreamweaver, Flash, and Edge Reflow.
2013 When MAX Sneaks Come Alive
One of the highlights of Adobe MAX has to be Sneaks where we demonstrate concepts, works-in-progress, and stuff that we just think is cool. Some of these sneaks actually become product features (remember MAX 2006 in Las Vegas when we first demonstrated what eventually became known as "Content-Aware Fill"?), but others (for better or for worse) don't.
MAX 2011 sneaks were as impressive as ever, and the sneak that garnered the most attention was a magical ability to deblur pictures ruined by camera shake.
Photoshop Senior Product Manager Zorana Gee has just posted this video showing that sneak as a Photoshop feature (along with a not-so-cryptic "see more exciting developments on May 6 at Adobe MAX" message).