You may view the video at a higher resolution via http://tv.adobe.com/#vi+f1556v1715. You may also find other related videos on that page with regards to CS4. The ones I am interested in seeing would probably be the following:
In celebration of its 100 years, 3 artists (Santogold, Julian Casablancas, and N.E.R.D) came to make a dope track entitled “My Drive Thru” (produced by Pharrell Williams). You may download the song in MP3 format by going to Converse’s site.
Meanwhile, my first impression of Skitch in adding it to my workflow of documenting sites/design snippets is pretty good. The auto upload feature to Flickr alone is good. I just hope it provides another feature, well a couple:
Tags, Title, and Description dialogue/input-box
and a way to just specify a URL so Skitch can take a screenshot of the actual page itself
With the latter, what I am trying to say is that currently, I still use Paparazzi to grab the actual webpage, and then “copy (the) image” into Skitch’s canvas to upload it to Flickr; at least I haven’t found out a way for Skitch can do it automatically as I’ve only spent 10-minutes on it so far.
Anyways, Skitch is providing to be better than I expected; especially when I need to do snippets vs whole webpages. I guess the only application I can compare it is with ScrnShots.com’s tool, ScrnShot Desktop. However, I would give point to Skitch as it can just upload to your Flickr account and others, while you’re just stuck with having it ScrnShots (respectively).
PS. I do give a point to ScrnShots.com’s tool as it work with Windows as well.
Be sure to check this visualization plugin (for most “modern” browsers). It gives a nice way to navigate through photos (i.e. flickr, google image results, etc.) and videos (i.e. youtube). Not too shabby indeed.