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Adobe and Wikipedia

4 September 2007 No Comment

This website is primarily for my own gratification and rarely do I presume to think that it’s a valuable source of information. On the other hand, I do occasionally put forth the odd interesting nugget of information that you won’t generally find elsewhere.

Hence it’s always gratifying to come across websites that link to mine as a point of reference. Today I came across two such instances. The first is Wikipedia on their Live USB page [LINK] referencing my post on how to install and boot Linux from a Creative Zen MP3 Player [LINK].

The second is actually Adobe’s website[LINK], referencing my Zuggest [LINK] experiment. Zuggest was one of the first non-Google examples of Live Search using AJAX and it’s funny how Adobe refers to it as "Zuggest type results".

I have come across a few other Universities linking to this site which is terrific. Hopefully that indicates I’m putting out some useful information and somehow influencing the technology minds of the future.

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