Update: GPSPhotoLinker 1.0.3

GPSPhotoLinker has been updated to 1.0.3. GPSPhotoLinker can be used to save GPS position data to a photo. The latitude and longitude recorded by your GPS unit while you were taking photos can be linked, and saved, to the photos. Could be handy for some who are doing cemetery research, or visiting old sites/homesteads.

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Changes:

    * Added ‘View on Map’ button for the current image.
    * Altitude is now recorded if available.
    * The map datum is also added to the image file.
    * Time between track points is given.
    * More significant figures are correctly recorded (although in the future this should adjust according to what’s available)

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Update: DayOfYearViewer 0.2.0

DayOfYearViewer has been updated to 0.2.0. DayOfYearViewer provides very simple services – presenting the day of year and date in a monthly format for all dates in the Gregorian calendar, with forward and backward buttons for months, years, and decades.

Changes: Cosmetic, also made it easier to get back to today’s date.

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Supplemental Utility: (Classic Mac OS) PrintToPDF

Although this isn’t new, it may aid some have not moved to Mac OS X.

PrintToPDF is a shareware Macintosh printer driver that creates PDF files (readable by Adobe Acrobat� Reader or GhostScript on any platform). You do not need to have the full Acrobat package (as opposed to the Reader) installed for PrintToPDF to work. You can create PDF bookmarks to your section and subsection headings, and URLs will become hot links. PrintToPDF is not as powerful as Acrobat, but it creates simple PDFs for a much lower price ($20).

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Genealogy + Mac + Palm OS Handheld

If you have a Palm OS Handheld (PalmOne, Sony Clie, etc.), you might want to check out a genealogy program for Palm OS called My Roots that has Mac support. It is a genealogy application that can import/export GEDCOM files to and from your Mac and your Palm OS Handheld through a conversion utility. You can view or change any data in My Roots on your PDA, and the changes can be exported back to your Mac.