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Creative Cloud and iPhoto improvements

This week we offer you a double-header--one where we start with Jackie Dove speaking with Adobe's Senior Marketing Director, Scott Morris, about the company's recent announcement that it was ending perpetual licenses for upcoming versions of Adobe Creative Suite applications. Chris Breen then talks with Jeff Carlson about ways Jeff believes iPhoto could be improved.

Show Notes

Jackie writes about Adobe's changes in Adobe Scraps Creative Suite Software Licenses In Favor Of Cloud Subscriptions. Computerworld's Gregg Keizer suggests that not everyone is thrilled with Adobe's plans in Backlash Rises Against Adobe's Subscription-Only Creative Suite Plan. And Jeff puts his thoughts about iPhoto into words in Four Things Apple Could Do To Improve Iphoto Right Now.

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