We have been looking at Windows Vista (TM Microsoft) for a few weeks, seeing how it will affect Sagebrush products. View earlier articles Part1 and Part2 . User Account Control Some of the restrictions discussed below may have existed under WinXP, but most home users ran as administrator and never noticed any problem. Now, unless [...]
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One restaurant has a novel use for ambient nature sounds, reports the Manchester Evening News: Customers at a top British restaurant will listen to iPods while tucking into their food. Chef Heston Blumenthal says the Apple music players will help heighten the flavour of a new dish called Sound of the Sea. (Kudos Gizmodo.)
The biggest application for our audio recording program is logging telephone calls. Sound-activated recording is used to separate calls, and the time code display is handy for displaying when calls occur. So this news item (which AFAIK does not involve our product) caught our attention: A Hempfield Area High School sophomore spent 12 days in [...]
Our first product, WinChime, was introduced in February of 1995, with a version for Windows 3.1 . Today we introduce a beta version compatible with Windows Vista, showing a felicitous continuity of support. Every couple of weeks we intend to update another product for improved Vista compatibility. Existing customers will be able to use the [...]
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, in recent testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, mentions our product over 45 times. Jon Stewart has this report.
Here are the books in my reading queue. This is a combination of books in the about-to-be-read shelf, Amazon open orders, and on-holds from two metro library systems : Un Lun Dun / China Mieville. Reading Judas / Elaine Pagels and Karen L. Kin The Ladies of Grace Adieu and Other Stories / Susanna Clarke. [...]