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    Adam is the founder of BEEDOCS, an artisan software company that makes great timeline software for Mac OS X.

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Event Timelines in redSTAR Magazine

Monday, April 30, 2007

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Ian Burns, founder and managing director of redSTAR Times Media recently sent us some copies of redSTAR magazine. The magazine, which features culture and travel information for Qingdao China, recently switched formats and now features a full spread timeline to show the monthly event calendar!

We are excited that Ian chose Bee Docs' Timeline for the redSTAR event calendar and we are always thrilled to see the creative ways our customers use timelines.

In other customer news: Congratulations to Larry Staton, Jr who is now an official member the Florida Bar!

One of the best parts of running Bee Documents is getting to know all the talented and creative people who use our software. Be sure to drop me a line and introduce yourself if you haven't yet. I'd love to hear from you.

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Blogger Claes-Fredrik MannbyMay 01, 2007 1:17 PM

Very cool!

Blogger UnknownMay 16, 2007 6:31 AM

Adam, I edit the mag here in Qingdao and am charged with putting the events into the timeline. It's been a real pleasure! It was incredible to see the reaction that we got from our readers when we started using the timeline format for those pages - we use it as the centerfold, and when regular readers would open to it back in February most would actually say "Nice" ... or maybe "wow". In any case it's impressive, wonderful to use both from a layout perspective and for our readers. We're all looking forward to the new features. I'm personally hoping for: customizable time/date display? more freedom with the vertical lines? web integration?
It's always fun to see the magazine 'travel', too. Keep up the good work!

Blogger Sailing CityOctober 22, 2007 3:14 PM

Is the software available for the PC? We have some clients at Qingdao China Guide that may want to use it for various publications throughout China.


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