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  • Adam Behringer

    Seattle, Washington USA

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

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Macworld Wrap-up

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Macworld Booth

Well, I completed my first Macworld Expo. It took about 3 months of full time work plus the help of many others to get ready.

Special thanks to Ben and Stephanie from Turnstyle for help putting the booth together. PJ from Prolabro for printing a very challenging shirt design.

I learning a thing or two about how to sell my software from Lee and Amy who provided much more than backup at the booth. Thanks for taking time off your regular jobs to help out.

Blogs, podcasts, twitter, mailing lists and forums across the internet were abuzz with news of our sale. I just put out a press release and a few e-mails. Thank you to everyone who helped spread the word. People like you make it possible for people like me to make a career out of independent Mac software.

Thank you for everyone who stopped by the booth too. I enjoyed getting to meet all you.

Once I get caught up on my e-mail, I look forward to starting the next chapter for Bee Docs Timeline. That is what this moment feels like to me. 2008 was an amazing year for Bee Docs. I hope I can surprise and delight you in 2009. Stay tuned!

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Blogger OrdhaJanuary 14, 2009 1:10 PM

Well, it seems I'm the first one to congratulate you for a great Macworld! Happy new year to you and Bee Docs !! Timeline is really a great software and I hope it continues to expand in a very positive way.

Best regards and, as we say in France, 'Très bonne année' !

Blogger Ethan BurmeisterJanuary 19, 2009 5:29 PM

I love 3-D Timeline and Keynote '09.

I exported my 3D Timeline animation onto 1 slide in Keynote with a voiceover.

I cannot export it to play in QuickTime however.
I can hear the voiceover but not see the moving 3d animation...

It plays great in Keynote, just no export?

Does anyone know the fix?

Anonymous AnonymousFebruary 12, 2009 2:26 PM

It was nice to meet you too, though honestly I was wiped out from two days of teaching a PowerTools session... I probably didn't make a good impression (yet another show floor Zombie!) Though I do remember saying to you "Oh, I didn't know you were in Seattle too!"

I know what it is like to work a booth... very tough.



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