Archive for March, 2006


Tuesday, March 28th, 2006

Prior to creating MemoryMiner, I was co-founder and CTO of a company called WebWare (we made Digital Asset Management software). One of the most interesting projects we ever worked on was the America 24/7 book, info about which can be found here: From a technical perspective, a big trick to making this project work […]

Onward to 1.1

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006

Now that 1.05 is out the door, it’s time to get to work on version 1.1, which will add some of the most requested featrures we’ve had, notably: * GEDCOM import (should make the geneaologists happy) * Read embedded IPTC metadata (to automatically associate to people and places in MemoryMiner) * Automatic upload to .Mac […]

I’m on Duel Boot Radio

Thursday, March 16th, 2006

I’m now at second number 7 of my 15 seconds of Internet fame. Last night I was interviewed for a very fine podcast called “Duel Boot Radio”. Derrick and Scott are great guys and let me prattle on for more than 40 minutes about the ideas behind MemoryMiner and the joys of launching a brand […]

MemoryMiner at Two Months

Friday, March 10th, 2006

MemoryMiner shipped 1.0 exactly two months ago today, so I figure now’s as good a time as any to take stock. Releasing a new product, especially one with such a “grand vision” as we have here is always a bit nerve wracking: kind of like sending your child off to school for the first time. […]