With all due respect to Jeff Schewe, I think he is a little blinded by his allegiance and growing dependence on Adobe's success. Every time someone mentions a concern about Adobe's business practices he is the first to jump to their defence and usually with a subtle or not so subtle reverse attack. It's not necessary Jeff, we can all think for ourselves and express ourselves - thanks.
Some better than others...
BTW, I'm really proud of Thomas and the leadership role he has taken at Adobe. He doesn't need me to defend him...he does fine by himself. I was simply trying to explain to judymcintosh what Thomas said and what he meant. You got a problem with that? You are welcome to ignore me.
In addition to a lack of class, it appears you have a problem with comprehension as well, I was not talking about Thomas, but about Adobe's business practices and your constant bull-dog attack response to anyone who questions them. My observation and response is based on many forum discussion conversations - not just this one. Maybe it's time someone tells the emperor he has no clothes - it appears that you are the one who as trouble thinking for himself (or at least outside of your own narrow agenda) - which is unfortunate because I presume you do have some good qualities.