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This aims to be a comprehensive list of links to Open Source Flash projects, both those hosted on OSFlash and elsewhere. Note: This list does not include tools that are not open source. See Closed Source Flash Tools for a list of such tools where an open-source alternative does not exist. The primary focus of this site and community is open source, not free or commercial Flash tools and projects that are not open source. We only list free (and commercial) tools when an open-source alternative does not exist or the tool is nonetheless necessary for a common workflow, possibly involving other open-source tools.
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I've started attending a social group of bloggers. It's part of my mandated community outreach ordered by she-who-must-be-obeyed. ("You need to get out of the office more than once a week!") The group is primarily a bunch of people who are looking to use their blogs for generating revenue, advertising products, attracting customers, or building an authoritative reputation.