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This blog is closed

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

I’m closing this blog today.

I simply can’t give the necessary time and I’m constantly feeling guilty because of that. Worse - today I found out that someone used a bug in the blog software to add HTML code to every page. That’s the problem when you do not update the software from time to time.

Therefore I’m converting this blog to static pages as an archive. I probably will still release source code from time to time but will reference to it from other pages like CocoaDev.

If you have feedback to any archived post please drop me an email at martinkahr at gmail.

MacUpdate Sofa Control promotion

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

Mulogo

There is a MacUpdate sales promotion for Sofa Control ongoing today (Tuesday 24th, April).

If you have a need for a license of Sofa Control for yourself or a friend or family get it today for just $7.99. That’s a 53% saving from the retail price of $14.90!

Use this link to get the special price.

iWork 07: It was there

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

Keynote 07

No iLife 07, no iWork 07. Damn. I still have to wait for the iWork spreadsheet.

While Steve didn’t talk about it, I’m pretty sure he used it. At least one effect he is using during the Keynote is not included in Keynote 06.

So let’s wait a couple of weeks and right after the official Vista launch Steve will show us Leopard, iWork and iLife.

MacSanta

Tuesday, December 19th, 2006

The fine people at Rogue Amoeba have set up a site called MacSanta.

Any software that is listed on MacSanta is off for 20% until 25th December.

CASE Apps is participating MacSanta. Check out the CASE Apps Mac Santa page to see where people in Vienna are spending their time these days.

Happy Holidays!

Have a break

Monday, September 18th, 2006

If you are not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original. (Sir Ken Robinson)

Sir Ken Robinson talked about the educational system at TED 2006. I’m impressed by the style, funniness and content of the presentation. Therefore I already watched it 10 times.

So if you need a break after debugging and coding for hours check out his presentation.

And do the things you like and which you are good in…