Adobe just opened up Acrobat.com Ideas, hoping to get user feedback and suggestions on how to improve Acrobat.com. Online document creation makes more and more sense as courts and law offices go paperless, and Acrobat.com is a promising (and good-looking) alternative to Google Docs and Zoho Suite.
Like those competitors, however, it lacks some of the niceties of Word, WordPerfect, and OpenOffice.org. For example, it would be nice to have the option to use smart quotes instead of typewriter-style straight ticks, a pet peeve of mine.
But Adobe seems to be listening, and wants to craft a product you will want to use. If you like Acrobat.com, but are not quite ready to use it, drop by Acrobat.com Ideas and tell Adobe what you want to see.