Archive for February, 2009

MemoryMiner and iPhoto 09

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

I promised a post on this topic a while ago, so here goes. It was hardly a few minutes into the iPhoto 09 section of the Macworld Keynote when people started contacting me to see if I was mad/upset/etc. Truth is, I was kind of wondering what took Apple so long. The quote “good artists […]

Warning: Geeky Post

Monday, February 16th, 2009

I spent a few hours this morning tracking down a problem that was so annoying and stupid that I wanted to post something on the off chance it will be helpful to someone in the future… In MemoryMiner when a new Photo object is created, its “creationDateString” ivar is set to “????-??-??”. When the details […]

Greatest thing since sliced bread

Friday, February 13th, 2009

This past Wednesday, I was at the Magnes in Berkeley shooting a video about MemoryMiner and the Memory Lab installation at the Magnes. The production company, eMotion Studios are friends and colleagues of mine who specialize in corporate and institutional storytelling. Here’s a link to a video they did about the story behind sliced bread: […]

New People Picker

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

I have another 11 days without wife and child (during which time I can stay up working all hours of the night). This past week, I completely re-did the People Picker for version 2.0 and it rocks. The People Picker in 1.86 is a modal panel which has two search fields, one for existing MemoryMiner […]