Earlier today, Steve Jobs pulled out a shotgun and fired away at Adobe at point-blank range. Jobs laid out a six-point plan of attack detailing why Adobe Flash is detrimental to the Mac and iPhone/iPod touch/iPad mobile platforms and why the web should just let the “proprietary standard” die.
Well, we knew that Adobe wasn’t just gonna let Jobs’ barbs fly without a response — and like clockwork, Adobe’s CEO has answered back. The Wall Street Journal’s Alan Murray interviewed Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen about Jobs’ comments and here are a few of the highlights:
Interestingly, Narayen doesn’t make any mention of HTML5 which Jobs suggests that developers use to crush Adobe Flash. You can view the full interview here at the WSJ’s Digits blog.
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