MemoryMiner 2.0 is out!
MemoryMiner 2.0. Cool. Been looking forward to this, and readers of this site’s comment threads have had a slight heads up this was coming. The announcement arrived as I was out of town for the holiday. MemoryMiner’s developer, John Fox, is the digital family photo Santa. I came up with a wishlist of items while working with the till-now current version, will have to download it and check out the new version.
UPDATE: I’ve been taking a look at the demo movie, and I like the things I see in there so much that I’m putting the movie here, too.
Thought this movie is for the Mac version, MemoryMiner is cross-platform. Looks as though, at this point, MemoryMiner 2.0 is Mac-only at this point. I’ll get you more news about any plans for MemoryMiner 2.0 for Windows.
Many thanks for embedding this, and for the kind comments. I’ll try to keep my Santa hat for a bit longer. It’s true that MemoryMiner 2.0 is Mac only. Here’s a little hint for what’s to come: the MemoryMiner web viewer is built using this fantastic web technology called Cappuccino (http://cappuccino.org). The glorious thing about it is that it lets me reuse much of the source code from the Mac version to bring more and more of MemoryMiner’s annotation and time/place correlation to the web as well. The same technology can be used in conjunction with Titanium/Adobe AIR to bring the advances of the Mac version to the Windows (and Linux for that matter) desktop.
As we’ve all seen the boundaries between desktop and web apps are really starting to fall away.