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By Nat Robinson on August 14, 2007

Thank you to Michael Calore of Wired, who included us in an article on Adobe’s forthcoming AIR technology (we’re mentioned on page 2) For those of you who don’t know, Adobe AIR is what’s going to let SlideRocket run offline. We’re excited about the buzz that’s starting to build as we get closer to launch.

A new version of our site is up that includes a product tour with additional information about how SlideRocket is going to work. We’ve also opened our user forums (which must mean that we think we’re going to have users soon).

Stay tuned as we count down to launch.

- mike

4 Comments »

  1. Pradeep Gowda

    August 14, 2007 @ 9:12 pm

    I came here from the Wired article.

    Your presentation is slick. I Look forward to using Sliderocket when it is launched.

    I’m Linux user. I hope SR will not be purely AIR since Adobe hasn’t release the AIR runtime for Linux yet.

    All the best !

  2. mikelingle

    August 16, 2007 @ 3:48 pm

    You only need AIR if you want to present offline.

    SlideRocket will run in browsers with Adobe Flash Player 9 installed on Windows, Mac, and Linux. There’s a full list of supported systems and browsers here:
    http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/productinfo/systemreqs/

    - mike

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