Searching for Flash files

CNET News.com's Dan Farber and Elinor Mills discuss Adobe's collaboration with Google and Yahoo to make Flash content more discoverable by search engines.

Flash has not been easily searchable until now, but Adobe Systemsis working with leading search engines Google and Yahoo to solve the problem. CNET News.com Editor in Chief Dan Farber and reporter Elinor Mills discuss the impact of making Flash pages more visible to search engines. One question is whether Microsoft, which developed Silverlight, a competitor to Flash, will also index Flash files in its search engine.

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See also:

Uncloaking 'invisible' Flash Web content

Adobe unveils Reader 9 with Flash

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Dan has more than 20 years of journalism experience. He has served as editor in chief of CBSNews.com, CNET News, ZDNet, PC Week, and MacWeek.

 

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