Update: Reunion Planner 6.3

Reunion Planner has been updated to 6.3 (OS X, OS 8x, and Windows versions). Reunion Planner is the ultimate tool for planning and coordinating family, high school, college, company or military reunions. This easy-to-use software program organizes information into concise records, drastically reducing paperwork. It features a complete address book, … Read more

Release: myNotes 1.0d

myNotes 1.0d has been released. From MacUpdate.com – myNotes is the new notetaking program with groundbreaking ease of use and innovative printing capabilities. Its simple and customizable interface lets you focus on notes, ideas or your diary, while printable themes let you print it with different styles. myNotes includes themes … Read more

Uipdate: Book Assembler 2.0.1

BookAssembler 2.0.1 – BookAssembler, a control center for your publishing workflow. Based on an intuitive yet powerful digital layout planning module, BookAssembler works as a central control center to seamlessly integrate the complete publishing workflow process from flat planning, real-time production monitoring, imposition printing and Web publishing. Requires: Mac OS … Read more

Update: Hog Bay Notebook 3.5 (build 162)

Hog Bay Notebook 3.5 build 162 has been released. Hog Bay Notebook makes it easy to quickly record and and organize your thoughts without breaking your stride. A clean interface and powerful outliner make Hog Bay Notebook a pleasure to use and easy to integrate into your work flow. Underneath … Read more

Update: Bee Docs’ Timeline v1.1

Bee Docs’ Timeline has been updated to version 1.1. Bee Docs’ Timeline makes it easy create beautiful timeline charts suitable for trial exhibits, school projects, video documentaries, and more. Automatic layout means that you simply enter your events and the timeline software will handle the rest! Timeline charts that you … Read more

Apple switching to Intel Processors

We are just as surprised as anybody else. Apple is going to switch to Intel processors for the Mac lineup, starting June of 2006. article at Apple.com Note: It does appear official – “Classic” apps (those build for MacOS 8 & 9, and/or below) will not be able to run … Read more