“It boils down to control. I’ve written several times that I believe Apple controls the entire source code to iPhone OS. (No one has disputed that.) There’s no bug Apple can’t try to fix on their own. No performance problem they can’t try to tackle. No one they need to wait for. That’s just not true for Mac OS X, where a component like Flash Player is controlled by Adobe. I know there are some people who see Apple taking a stand against Flash and worry that Apple may someday take a stand against the web itself.”
Not that I am recommending XPress, I am not, but free is free.
Ok, I don’t know how to post it here but, if you are on Quarks education mailing list you should look out for an email where you can get a free copy of XPress 8. You have to sign up for their e-store, then confirm it via email they send to your academic address. Then you add an education copy to your basket. At one point in the check out, you enter a discount code which makes it $0. On that final page are serial numbers and codes. Print and save this page! Then you download the 60 day trial version, install it and enter all the codes and stuff to make it a full copy.
Groovy London photographer Duffy burned many of his negatives in the 1970s. Now his son resurrects the legend which was the inspiration for the photographer played by David Hemmings in Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow Up.