ReadWriteWeb: Farewell Flash? Adobe Launches HTML5 Web Animations Tool "Adobe Edge"

"Today, Adobe is launching a new tool called Adobe Edge which will allow creative professionals to design animated Web content using Web standards like HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. Not Flash. Aimed to coexist with Adobe Flash, not replace it, the Web design software is Adobe's big bet on how it will continue to solidify its position as a top player in the infrastructure of the modern Web"

currybetdotnet: HTML5 for journalists

HTML is changing significantly for the first time in the best part of a decade, and you'll need to learn to at least recognise, if not use, some new tags. ... Several new HTML5 tags are there to enhance the way that content is understood by machines, or is rendered by browsers and devices. All of which will ultimately result in a better user experience for humans."

Interfacelab: Is This Really The Future of Magazines or Why Didn’t They Just Use HTML 5?

"The only real differentiation between the Wired application and a multimedia CD-ROM is the delivery mechanism ... what we’ve really ended up with is a glorified slide show. ... I actually think it’s a huge step backwards and I think the wrong people are working on the problem – just like the wrong people were working on the web problem back in the day. ... By the time an article is published in Time, I’ve read six or seven different takes on the same story on the web well before it hits the newsstands. I don’t think that’s a unique or new insight. But now you want me to download 500MB a month just so some print designer can have pixel perfect layouts with custom fonts?"

Techcrunch: Sports Illustrated Shows Off An HTML5 Magazine

"Today at Google I/O , Sports Illustrated editor Terry McDonell took the stage to show off a version of the magazine in HTML5. It looked pretty much like SI‘s tablet prototype he showed me last December, except it isn’t an app. It’s all in the browser, with great fonts, big photos, videos, drag-and-drop capability, search, and all the rest."

NewTeeVee: Are Publishers Ready to Embrace the iPad — Without Ads or Analytics?

"With the launch of the Apple iPad ... many web video publishers are already getting ready for the device by rolling out new video pages that will support HTML5 web video delivery ... The problem is that HTML5 is still in its infancy, and as a result heavily lags behind Adobe Flash for features that many video publishers already take for granted."