is out, and it’s a very interesting piece of software. The developer’s do a much better job of describing it than I could: At its core, are a simple set of tools for treating photos (particularly rare, “pre-digital” photos) as individual frames in a type of endless story board. The story elements are linked to each other by way of annotation layers identifying the people, places, dates and events captured in each frame. As links are made, it becomes easy and tremendously interesting to explore the threads which link people’s lives across time, place and shared experience.
Definitely a piece of Mac OS X software that may interest some genealogists.
Requires: Mac OS X 10.4.3+ and it is a Universal Binary
* New Flash player that can be used to present media exported from MemoryMiner on the web
* Localization in French, German, Italian, Danish, Japanese and Traditional Chinese
* Numerous usability enhancements and bug fixes