I'm sure many of you are aware of Steve Jobs' recent interview soundbites regarding his opinion of Adobe ("lazy") and of Google's entry into the phone OS business ("bullsh*t"). http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2010...-is-********-adobe-is-lazy-apples-steve-jobs/ Today, Adobe's CTO struck back in a, how shall we say, very restrained manner. http://www.webmonkey.com/blog/Adobe_CTO_Defends_Flash_Against_Apple__HTML5 While I agree that most likely HTML5 will make some inroads against Flash, I'm fairly certain Flash will be with us for at least a few more years. And I firmly believe Steve views Google as the biggest threat to Apple's business. It's no longer Microsoft (and hasn't really been in a long, long time). Does anyone think Steve's rant will harm the Mac software ecosystem? Will developers steer clear of the Mac for fear of upsetting Sir Steve? Or is this simply a non-story?