MicNotePad revision history

2017/11/06

A snapshot of MicNotePad‘s revision history:
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The conception of Apple DocViewer

2017/08/09
Apple DocViewer Read Me

Apple DocViewer Read Me File

I coded the proof of concept of Apple DocViewer.  Not because I wanted to, but to create Read the rest of this entry »


Elasticdraw evolution

2017/03/04

This post allows reading up on Elasticdraw in the order it has been written about.

Another view is a list with excerpts, also in chronological order.

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Systems Illustration Life Cycle

2017/01/01

Involved in a product’s cycle from determining need to making product and taking it through versions through years, one’s point of view can change.  Like sitting in a train passing cities, villages, and mountains, one’s point of view changes on approach, entering, and passing.

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Elasticdraw is distinct from Adj

2016/06/03

Elasticdraw is the name of new software. The new software and team were started by the same person who had coded most of Adj.

Elasticdraw is available commercially since 2018, in multiple versions, also with supporting software, and related services.

We welcome contact with prospective clients, industry or professional partners, users, or contributors.

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Done implausibly well – rejected

2015/05/21

A recurring theme earlier in my career had been work done so well it wasn’t considered appropriate. You read that right. Quality rejected because off the scale, on the top end.

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A bucket for cutting trails

2015/04/02
bucket for cutting trails

Custom Bucket For Cutting Trails

As a counterbalance to computer topics, here is a picture of an adjustable loader bucket I designed on the spot a few years ago.

Had driven with a toddler a couple of hours to pick up a used dirt bucket. On inspection I recognized it had been advertised incorrectly and wouldn’t match our loader. Not to disappoint the kid Read the rest of this entry »