Archive for March, 2007

Getting 1.5 out the door

Wednesday, March 28th, 2007

Greetings from Perugia, Italy where I’ve been working on a boatload of things, not the least of which is getting version 1.5 ready for release. The tricky thing about having an application localized in many languages is that it adds a lot of extra work at the end of the development cycle to bring all […]

TED Redux

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

I spent most of last week in Monterey in my brother’s hotel room. He’s been going to TED for several years, and I’ve experienced it vicariously through him. One day I’ll make it there in person, I’m sure. This year, I managed to see most of the conference presentations on video. I was thrilled to […]

MemoryMiner at TED

Monday, March 5th, 2007

A few weeks ago, I got word that MemoryMiner was going to be in the gift bag at the TED Conference which starts in Monterey on Wed. It’s a huge honor, given the people who attend. I think some very interesting things could come of it. We’re getting really close to having all the pieces […]