Archive for the 'Software Reviews' Category

Invoicing Stunts

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

It’s not often that software grabs my eyes and heart the way Stunt Software’s updated time tracking and invoicing software, On The Job 3.0, does. Wow, this is the kind of application other developers should look to when they’re wondering whether they’re really giving enough attention to detail in their own applications. The interface is […]

Radioshift: Radio On Your Schedule

Monday, September 24th, 2007

My friends over at Rogue Amoeba have been working their butts off for a long time, putting a bunch of work into both the technical and aesthetic design of their latest application. Radioshift: Radio On Your Schedule I’ve gotten to know almost everybody who works with Rogue Amoeba to varying degrees and I really like […]

Support Indie Software

Thursday, August 2nd, 2007

Two of my independent software developer friends (on non-Mac platforms they’d probably be called competitors) have released substantially new versions of their products today! It’s probably hard for non-developers to appreciate just how much work goes into even a modest set of improvements. Software is hard work. And the hard work isn’t all in the […]

Sneaking Audio Onto The iPhone

Thursday, July 26th, 2007

Well – it looks like I wrote my first iPhone utility. A pretty remarkable feat when you consider that I don’t have an iPhone. Even more remarkable when you consider the utility was written in late 2005, and hasn’t been touched since :) Today Jason Snell, the editor of Macworld, discovered a clever trick for […]