Archive for October, 2007

MemoryMiner for Leopard

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007

MemoryMiner v. 1.65 has now just been released. This version is fully compatible with OS X “Leopard,” including support for the new “Quick Look” feature in the Finder. But this is just the beginning. Leopard, and specifically Core Animation brings some amazing possibilities for radically better ways to interact with “streams” of people, places and […]

iMedia Standalone Browser Now Available

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

Last summer, I was interviewed in a Brazilian magazine about why I like developing for the Mac platform, and one of the principal reasons I gave is the helpfulness of the community of Mac developers. I mentioned that you could look in the credits of nearly any indie software and see mentions of the various […]

Ode to Joy: Riding a Bike to Work

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007

Last month, I started doing my development work in a “co-working” facility called the “Hat Factory”, which is located in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. To get there, I ride my bike, and I can’t say enough what a positive impact it has on my day. Aside from the great exercise, I particularly enjoy […]