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So this is all a bit disjointed, but interesting. Adobe is calling its Buzzword online word processor the "first real Web word processor," and certainly it's nice looking. But I think that the weird physical separation of "Create PDF" and Buzzword in the UI is unnecessary and potentially confusing. It's all very attractive, however. I'm curious to see if this gets any traction. My guess is that those who really need to "write" (i.e. students, productivity users) will still prefer "traditional" Web-based word processors like Google Docs. (And how weird is it to call anything like this "traditional"?) Acrobat.com leans a bit heavily towards presentation for my tastes. (Mac users should love it.)