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The Future of Web Content – HTML5, Flash & Mobile Apps

I didn’t get a chance to read this article back in February by ColdFusion-mastermind Jeremy Allaire, but it’s a good one nevertheless and still very relevant for those of us in the Flash community.

Give it a try:
The Future of Web Content – HTML5, Flash & Mobile Apps

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