If any of you guys read MDN regularly you'll know the site to be a bit extreme in it's views regarding anyone that remotely criticises the Mac platform. You can read MDN's article, but here is a sample: "We'd like to see a lot less talk and a lot more action from Adobe as we're well past sick and tired of running Photoshop in Rosetta, thanks. Just how poorly is Photoshop coded, anyway? Adobe needs a serious attitude adjustment. There's no excuse for making a large portion of your users - the very users of the platform that made your company, by the way - wait for so long to run your products natively." I decided to contact John Nack about this and received a reply and also from the PR department. "John Nack, the Senior Product Manager for Adobe Photoshop, wrote an article on his blog about PowerPC chips, Universal Binaries and other Mac related things. A few websites reacted with sensationalist headlines and MDN finally topped it all off stating that perhaps Adobe shouldn't let people post such things on company blogs..." Head to my blog entry to read Adobe's response and a few of my thoughts.