Nima Azimi

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We live in a communications world. The number of software solutions that can provide communication between users grows every day. In the future it's likely that applications unable to provide this ability will be known as "traditional applications," shunned because of their lack of openness and communication ability. A simple example of this can be seen in the game industry. Gamers are addicted to multiplayer games with others and to the pleasure that such games bring because of the interactions in the player-base: without the option of multiplayer mode, Director-based games will be in the minority. Fortunately, Macromedia has not left developers alone in this pioneer technology and has provided the Flash Communication Server (the heir of Multi-User-Server in my view). Macromedia wants FlashCom to supersede MUS. So, although the MUS is powerful enough to create ama... (more)