25 September 2006

Adobe XML Platform

Ever noticed your PDF files aren't easily integrated with XML? I've found interesting data I'd like to convert to a feed in Adobe, but have too many steps to go through. It can be really time consuming, especially when all the steps are the same. You'd think the "someone" would've come up with an easier way to do this.

Think of this as an Adobe-related XML platform: "The Adobe XML Dashboard."

I. Here's the process: Convert terms in a PDF to a search in the search engine, and create URIs

A. Review database with search tool

B. Locate adobe.pdf or word-document

C. Highlight, copy content

D. Transfer to the Search engine the news, links, and aggregator


II. This is what the Adobe Dashboard would include:

A. Links

B. Search function

C. Interface with Blog

D. URI creator

E. One-click URI-correction tool to correct misspellings, or errors in the URI code

III. This is what would happen after I found interesting data:

A. Create new URI

B. Save links, create a note

C. Make a blog note, comment by the link, or flag some data in a teleprompter or data stream connected to an audio-visual file

D. Do a search on that flagged content

E. Save the results as a link, PDF-compatible document, then report the results in an index I can integrate with the aggregator, which will signal me at a specific time that something is ready, more data has been received, and we can proceed along another task.


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Ever noticed your PDF files aren't easily integrated with XML? I've found interesting data I'd like to convert to a feed in Adobe, but have too many steps to go through. It can be really time consuming, especially when all the steps are the same. You'd think the "someone" would've come up with an easier way to do this.

Think of this as an Adobe-related XML platform: "The Adobe XML Dashboard."

I. Here's the process: Convert terms in a PDF to a search in the search engine, and create URIs

A. Review database with search tool

B. Locate adobe.pdf or word-document

C. Highlight, copy content

D. Transfer to the Search engine the news, links, and aggregator


II. This is what the Adobe Dashboard would include:

A. Links

B. Search function

C. Interface with Blog

D. URI creator

E. One-click URI-correction tool to correct misspellings, or errors in the URI code

III. This is what would happen after I found interesting data:

A. Create new URI

B. Save links, create a note

C. Make a blog note, comment by the link, or flag some data in a teleprompter or data stream connected to an audio-visual file

D. Do a search on that flagged content

E. Save the results as a link, PDF-compatible document, then report the results in an index I can integrate with the aggregator, which will signal me at a specific time that something is ready, more data has been received, and we can proceed along another task.


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