While I’ve recommended Apple’s productivity suite, iWork to to plenty of people doing family newsletters or related documents, I normally don’t mention it here except in passing, but iWork 09 9.0.4 fixes some issues in all three apps – Keynote, … Continue reading
Got an email pointing to some software deals at Amazon.com that maybe of interesting to some Mac genealogists. Note that these prices are subject to change, since some of them are through third parties. * Mac Box Set (with Snow … Continue reading
Birthdaybook, the Applescript application that collects and reminds you of upcoming birthdays, has been updated (version 3.4), to correct some errors from the migration to a Universal Binary. It integrates with Address Book and iCal, and can generate lists to be printed out as well.
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John Woodward has updated Records Manager extensively since we last mentioned it. Records Manager is MacOS X software that allows you to collect important records (such as bank statements or receipts) in a database and allow for easy addition of new records, easy access to existing records, and optional automatic backup of the database. Think of it as a replacement for a file cabinet but with easier filing and retrieval. You can optionally encrypt your records with 128-bit AES encryption to keep them secure. It costs $24 and requires Mac OS X 10.2.8.Continue reading
Reunion Planner X 6.4 is available. It’s exactly what it sounds like – a reunion planning application. It runs on either MacOS or Mac OS X (there is a Windows version available). It’s $59.95 with a demo available for download. They also have a service to translate reunion information from a spreadsheet.Continue reading