Archive for the 'MemoryMiner 2.0' Category

Traveling With MemoryMiner

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Read about using MemoryMiner to create more interesting travelogues. Answer my call to participate in a MemoryMiner project documenting the experience of mass transit around the world.

Academic & Institutional Uses for MemoryMiner

Friday, November 19th, 2010

A look at some interesting academic and Institutional uses for MemoryMiner, featuring work from Duke University and the Czech National Archives.

Adventures in Localizing a Cappuccino Application

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

How I managed to make the MemoryMiner web viewer support multiple localizations.

The road to MemoryMiner 2.1

Friday, June 4th, 2010

I’m incredibly happy to report that MemoryMiner 2.1 is out the door. This release builds on hard-won learnings from the past six months, including a rather interesting project at Duke University which I’ll write about in a separate post. I had two major goals for this release. The first was a radical improvement in the […]

Stepping Inside a Painting With MemoryMiner

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Thoughts on using MemoryMiner to create physical museum exhibits that let users “step inside” printed artwork.

Using Cappuccino to build the MemoryMiner Web Viewer

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Perspectives on using the Cappuccino framework to build web apps from the perspective of a Cocoa desktop app developer.

MemoryMiner 2.0.5 Now Released

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

Whenever you make a major release of software, you always worry that there will be bugs that weren’t found during testing. I’ve shipped enough software on enough platforms to know that there will always be problems that appear after you ship. This said, I’m happy to announce that version 2.0.5 is now available. It offers […]

MemoryMiner 2.0: One Week In

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

It’s been been just over a week since MemoryMiner 2.0 was released. This version was way too long coming, but such is the nature of software sometimes. As I’ve said many times on the MDN show (a podcast for indie Mac developers on which I’m a co-host) finished software does not a product make: you […]

Getting Attached to Video

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

One of the areas I’ve been refining in this last round of work on MemoryMiner 2.0 is the way that video is displayed in the attachment viewer. Most consumer point-and-shoot cameras take video, so I often shoot short videos that don’t need editing and attach them to photos. One of my favorites is of my […]

It’s About Time!

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

It’s been so long since I last posted, I’m truly embarrassed. However, it’s not without reason. I’ve been so heads down with getting MemoryMiner 2.0 ready for sale, that I’ve simply been ignoring the blog. Since MemoryMiner is very very nearly ready to ship (Fabio, you’re going to have that beautiful new web site ready […]