Bee Docs Timeline 3D v3 is nearing completion! Bee Docs Timeline 3D is what it sounds like – timeline software for Mac OS X that allows you to create charts. These can be interactive as well as 3D. Full motion … Continue reading
MacUpdate.com is running a discount on TimeFlyer 1.4 ($14.95 vs $24.95) at their MacUpdate Promo site. TimeFlyer is a Mac OS X timeline application – you can read more about it here (MacGenealogy.org) or at the Official Site – ASinglePixel.com. … Continue reading
TimeFlyer 1.4 has been released. TimeFlyer is a Mac OS X (10.4 required, Universal Binary) timeline application from ‘A Single Pixel‘, available for $24.95 (a demo is available at the link). This is the “biggest TimeFlyer update yet” according to … Continue reading
Bee Docs Timeline has been updated with two minor changes. This brings it up to version 1.53. Bee Docs Timeline is a Universal Binary application that handles timelines – charts, exhibits, etc. It has an automatic layout feature, and can … Continue reading
While checking the MemoryMiner Blog, I noticed that GroupSmarts, LLC, is adding some of the most requested features for MemoryMiner in the upcoming version 1.1 release:
* GEDCOM import
* Read embedded IPTC metadata (to automatically associate to people and places in MemoryMiner)
* Automatic upload to .Mac and (S)FTP servers (to make publishing easier)
They note that it should make genealogists happy, and I believe it will.
On a sidenote, MemoryMiner won a 2006 Macworld Best of Show award (that link will give you a good review of MemoryMiner).
Finally, John Fox of GroupSmarts, LLC, was interviewed in a Podcast at DuelBootRadio.lybsyn.com where he discusses what goes into MemoryMiner and how it came about (very detailed discussion). Continue reading