Archive for January, 2006

Universal, Baby!

Sunday, January 29th, 2006

I spent a few days this past week down at Apple headquarters in Cupertino making MemoryMiner a Universal Binary. Version 1.02 is now availlable as a free upgrade to our users, and I can say I’m really impressed by its performance on the new Intel Macs. I simply must have a new MacBook (my apologies […]

Post Macworld Followup

Sunday, January 22nd, 2006

It’s been a busy week since Macworld, and what’s clear to me is that the real work has just begun. I’ve been in touch with lots of customers, lots of potential partners, and some really kind folks at Apple. On Saturday morning, I rose at 4 AM in order to go to a meeting of […]

We Won Best of Show: Now, Back to Work

Saturday, January 14th, 2006

By now, many of our readers know that MemoryMiner was awarded Best of Show (along with 13 other products) at Macworld San Francisco. Receiving this award was a tremendous surprise for which we were all grateful. On the show floor, the Macworld magazine editors came by with the sign, followed by cameramen. A small crowd […]

Here at Macworld (Booth # 113)

Tuesday, January 10th, 2006

Who needs sleep? After a few late nights, things have finally come together for the 1.0 launch of MemoryMiner here at Macworld. The disk image has been uploaded, a new demo screen movie made, and the last tweaks to the web page are going up now. And so, with 20 minutes left to go before […]

Sprint to the Finish

Wednesday, January 4th, 2006

I’m sitting here at Kennedy airport, waiting for the flight back to Oakland, cooling my jets by the Famiglia Pizzeria stand. As it turns out, they have supplied slices-a-plenty to many a movie star. A wall of signed head shots bears witness. Adam Sandler, Ahhnold, Rudy Giuliani, and several others stare down at me while […]