Twitterview is one of those unholy mashup of words that just shouldn't exist. The idea behind it is noble and I like asking questions via Twitter just like anyone else, but why does it have to be called a Twitterview?
Regardless of my years studying the AP stylebook like it was the Bible, Adobe is sticking to their use of the word "Twitterview" and I just have to suck it up. That's because the company is holding its first ever UK Education Twitterview this Thursday. The topic will of course be on the recently unveiled Creative Suite 6 and the new Creative Cloud.
If you need a refresher course, check out our coverage of the announcement yesterday. In short, Adobe will be launching the official CS6 software sometime in the next 30 days. The applications and creative suites bring some major changes to the table including expanded HTML5 support. With all these changes, people are going to obviously have questions.
Adobe has the answers to all your questions and more if you join the Twitterview this Thursday, April 26, between 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. GMT. For us not in England, it starts 11:30 a.m. EST.
For those who can make it to the Twitterview, just send your questions to @AdobeUKEdu with the hashtag #CS6. Adobe's UK Education Manager Mark A 'Bear will be on tap to answer all of your questions. If you can't make it to the Twitterview, you can DM your questions in advance to the same Twitter handle and Adobe will get to them.
Be sure to ask some really good questions. This is the perfect time to get a leg up on the new features coming to CS6. Now excuse me while I go forget the word Twitterview exists by watching a video of a giant spider eating a snake and scaring myself into amnesia.