Burning plan

by Tim Wood on January 13, 2007

I'm hopelessly geeky, but here is an OmniPlan document that shows the dependencies for gaining entrance to Mount Hyjal in the Burning Crusade.

Obviously the estimates will need to be tweaked as each person sees fit.  Thanks to Aerdrig for the pretty graph that I used to set up the dependencies.


Blogging the keynote from the Macworld Expo floor

by Joel on January 9, 2007

I typically don't enjoy waking up early in the morning, whether it's to go fishing or watch Steve give the keynote address for the Macworld Expo (in fact, seeing as we had to wake up at 4:00 am to catch our flight down here, I avoided the situation entirely by not sleeping at all, hence, no waking up).

As a result, I head on down to the exhibition floor, help set up the booth, and either watch the keynote information on someone else's website (just like those of you who can't attend), or mosey on over to the curtained-up Apple pavilion and listen to the audio of the address.

It's a relaxing and therapeutic environment for me, the floor is not nearly as crowded as when the attendees are present, exhibitors are tirelessly setting up the final preparations for their booths, vacuum cleaners running over the last little bits of debris and there's an expectant electricity in the air as the last few minutes remain until all chaos breaks loose.

Oh, and apparently it's the iPhone.


OmniFocus get-together during Macworld week

by Linda Sharps on January 4, 2007

We have finally finalized the details for next week's meet-up. Mark your calendars!

What: OmniFocus informal presentation/chat/discussion.

Where: SF Apple Store, located on the corner of Ellis Street and Stockton Street, just a few blocks from the Moscone Center.

When: Monday, January 8, 4:30-5:30 PM.

Merlin Mann, esteeemed author of 43 Folders (and one of my personal all-time favorite places on the interweb, 5ives), will be joining us.

I'm sorry if this time doesn't work for some of you, it was a major pain in the challenging to find a venue and time that accomodated as many people as possible.

One more note: we aren't planning to actually demo OmniFocus. We'll be telling you a little more about our plans – the goals and features and why it's going to be awesome – but please don't expect to see exciting live OmniFocus action just yet.

Okay! We hope to see you there. If you're coming to Macworld but can't make the meeting, please swing by our booth (#602, the big one with the fancy blue structure) and say hi.