Jul
20

Ryan Stewart has done some leg work to aggregate all the info pertaining to MAX sessions by product line and present the data in a graph. I'm not going to say you should or shouldn't infer anything from the data, but it definitely is interesting to see how all the sessions break down.

Check it out here.

Jul
20

Adobe has posted the July version of the Edge newsletter complete with a new CSS design that is slick while being super simple. You can read the issue online or subscribe to have it delivered to your inbox. Featured in the current issue are Ben Forta's Top 10 Reason's to attend MAX, R Blank's How the Web is changing Hollywood, and Jason Brightman's Small Web team develops big-time magazine site among others. Check it out.

Jul
10

Adobe has now opened registration for MAX, Las Vegas which will be taking place October 23-26, 2006. Click the link below for all the details and to register yourself early.

http://www.adobe.com/events/max/

Mar
19

I'm not quite sure what MAX will stand for now that there is no Macromedia, but Adobe has announced the conference will be taking place this year and in Las Vegas no less. Sweet, even if I do get to go (baby is due 2 weeks before MAX), I'll surely get nothing done in a party town like Vegas.

Before you go hitting up the Max info page, Adobe has not updated it to reflect the details for 2006. I only know about this through Ben Forta's blog and the Adobe Community Expert lists. The dates for the conference are October 22 - 26. I'll post more details as they are available.