> Yep, Html5 is the death of Flash, and there's blood in the water.
Not so sure we can say that yet, Flash is still most popular, and HTML5 is technically not finished.
One problem is that if they don't get WebGL, or a similar standard, for 3D then Flash/Shockwave can still take over this area of the web market.
Ah well Ketoulou edited his post so the gist of my post is lost.
Point was, there will always be people who wish to make money off of the work of others, without returning anything of value, and now that flash is bound to loose its stranglehold over this particular part of the net, they are going to start looking at html5, and taking advantage of anyone who isn't savvy about their rights.