I've been a long time reader of John Nack blog. He has been my face to Adobe. I'm thrilled that he is moving to Google. I hope he can make Google a great photo edition company. He would not leave Adobe unless he has the opportunity to make a major impact on cloud based photo editing. Good move Google!
Also see; http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57618249-93/adobe-photoshop-honcho-takes-over-google-photo-editing/?part=rss&subj=news&tag=title
Installing software seems so outdated. Being able to move from phone, table, laptop and desktop with all my data accessible is a great feeling.
I feel that Adobe has the best design programs for professionals who work on powerful desktops all day. But that's 1% of computer users. let me know how CC works out for you.
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