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Macworld Followup

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Macworld was another huge success for us. Our humble little 2 meter pod had slick signage (thanks Kathryn), our postcards looked great, we had steady traffic throughout the show, and met tons of existing/new users. I personally love doing demos, and it was very satisfying to still see peoples’ jaw drop when they see MemoryMiner […]

MemoryMiner 1.8 Released

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Readers of this blog who have been sending panicked emails wondering if Chris and I survived can rest easy. We made it to Macworld 1.8 in hand, and were slammed all day at our booth. The new version has been extremely well-received, especially with the new Flickr Upload plugin. Here’s the RSS feed with details […]

A little problem

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

Chris (aka Hapbitch, aka Elwood Blues) has been in town since yesterday. On the way to the Farmer’s market, we ran into a little problem with a new sculpture that was recently set up along the Embarcadero. In case there are any problems with our development efforts in preparation for Macword, the following pictures explain […]

Countdown to Macworld

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

Still in Italy, still freezing, but I’ve noticed by looking at the calendar that Macworld is days away. Where did all the time go? Once again, we’ll have a sprawling 2 meter pod in the Digital Media Special Interest Pavilion in the West Hall (Booth 4336) . Macworld is always a blast, and I hope […]

Freezing to Death in Sunny Italy

Friday, December 21st, 2007

Regular readers of this blog know that I spend a lot of time in Italy, mostly in and around Perugia, to spend time with my wife’s family who hails from the area. I absolutely adore coming here, but man, is it freezing here. It’s not even really all that cold, compared to any number of […]

Love from Apple Matters

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

I was utterly flattered to see this column from Apple Matters, an Australian blog that listed MemoryMiner as one of the 5 killer apps for 2007: Apple Matters I am humbled.


Monday, December 10th, 2007

It’s the holiday time again, and nothing spreads holiday cheer like a visit to MacSanta. MemoryMiner is listed today, alongside a bunch of other great applications. Have a look!

New MemoryMiner Icon

Tuesday, December 4th, 2007

MemoryMiner 1.7 was just released this week, and with it comes a brand new icon created by iconfactory. Trying to convey the essence of an application using such a small canvas is incredibly difficult, and I think they did a great job: As a bonus, my Grandfather is now famous!

MemoryMiner for Windows Released!

Monday, November 19th, 2007

It’s been a long and very winding road, but MemoryMiner for Windows is now shipping! Hoorah! As you may know, there is a strong long term vision for a MemoryMiner platform. We’ve had great success with the Mac version, and from the first time we ever showed it to the public people have asked for […]

iMedia Standalone Browser Now Available

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

Last summer, I was interviewed in a Brazilian magazine about why I like developing for the Mac platform, and one of the principal reasons I gave is the helpfulness of the community of Mac developers. I mentioned that you could look in the credits of nearly any indie software and see mentions of the various […]