Archive for December, 2005

Two weeks to MacWorld 2006

Tuesday, December 27th, 2005

Greetings from Perugia, Italy, home town of my lovely wife. We’ve been spending the holidays with our child who is having a ball with all his cousins. You gotta love Italy: the food, the art, the Etruscan towns. Here you live. Work, that’s a little bit tricker. In order to keep chipping away at the […]

MemoryMiner Goes to School

Wednesday, December 7th, 2005

For the last few weeks, it’s been my great pleasure to work with a bunch of super-smart kids at the Marin School of Arts and Technology (MSAT), a charter school in Novato, CA (about 40 minutes north of San Francisco). MSAT is an innovative school that combines technology with a project-based learning scheme that teaches […]

Hunkered Down

Monday, December 5th, 2005

Hello. Just wanted to make a quick post to let everyone know that my colleagues and I are busy busy busy fixing bugs, writing documentation, and generally preparing for the commercial release of MemoryMiner at MacWorld coming up this January. When I get a little breather, I’ll make good on my promise to blog about […]