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Adobe Live Returns for 2006
Nic Rossmüller : May 14th 2006 - 00:01 CET
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AdobeAdobe Live Returns for 2006 : Adobe Systems today announces the return of Adobe Live for 2006. Now in its third successful year, Adobe Live 2006 will be even more informative and interactive, boasting a larger exhibition area giving unrivalled access to Adobe’s hottest industry partners. There will also be full access to product experts in a series of major presentations as well as a wider variety of seminars including comprehensive demonstrations of Adobe’s award winning applications. This free two-day event, taking place on May 24th and 25th at Olympia 2, London, will let people discover the power of the latest products available for the creative community following the recent launch of Adobe’s most recent suite.
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With key themes throughout all sections of the show covering print or online design and video or digital imaging, the event is designed to help creative professionals, from all areas of the industry. The show is also looking to add further emphasis upon real life work environments, with Adobe customers showing how they are using the products today in their workflow. Also, following the recent acquisition of Macromedia and the launch of Adobe’s most recent suite, Production Studio, it’s an ideal opportunity for visitors to come and physically see and experience the new Adobe products which are now available to them.”The show is also looking to add further emphasis upon real life work environments, with Adobe customers showing how they are using the products today.

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History of Earls Court - Olympia
Earls Court was largely a waste ground for many years. With the introduction of two stations, it became a mass network of rail on derelict grounds. The idea of introducing entertainment to the grounds was brought about by an entrepreneur called John Robinson Whitley who used the land as a show ground for many years. Unfortunately Whitley did not end up making a single penny for his efforts, yet Whitley's desire had decided the future of Earls Court and its purpose in later years.In 1935 the land was sold; the new owners decided to construct a show centre to rival any other in the world and to dominate "The Village Hall" up the road (the management's affectionate name for Olympia).

Olympia - Europe's largest structure
The plan was to create Europe's largest structure by volume The project did not go exactly to plan; it ran over budget and was late in completion. Earls Court finally opened its door to the public for the chocolate and confectionery exhibition on the 1st of September 1937. The Motor Show and Commercial Vehicle show soon followed. In spite of all the problems in the latter part of construction, the project was still completed in amazing time. At a cost of 1.5 million pounds, it was a marvel of architectural feat, and it still is today. In response to the drastic need to increase Earls Court's exhibition space, Earls Court Two was constructed at a cost of £100m. The striking new barrel-roofed hall which links with Earls Court One via folding shutters is large enough to hold four jumbo jets and the hall's 17,000 square metre floor is entirely column-free. The hall was opened by Diana, Princess of Wales on 17 October 1991 for the Motorfair.

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