A.I. Development Progress

by Brad Isaac on March 30, 2006

In my blog post a few weeks ago I stated how I was feeling behind on my work – and was burning a bridge to get busy. 

Well, we are about to April 1 and here’s the progress. 

First, the leverage of telling you all about my goal has paid off very well.  Motivating myself to get going and stick with it has been much easier.  I’ve also had a very good time doing it.  I’ve been in front of a computer screen so long I have some eye strain I’m coping with too.   Rewetting drops have helped significantly.

My plans are to get a public Beta out there either tomorrow or the next day.  That way, I can get some feedback.   By the way, I appreciate all the feedback you posted on the color schemes.  There didn’t seem to be enough votes to sway one way or another, so we’ll stick with the bluish background.

If I have time to get the fresh new buttons installed (created last night by my buddy Brandon) before April 1, I’ll do it, otherwise, I’ll go with the existing.  Printing is working, but needs some serious work.  Will I make it in time?  We’ll see.

All-in-all, it sort of feels like I’ve been remodeling my house.  I’ve done all this work to the inside and out.  It is the way I want it, but there’s all these paint cans, sawdust and other stuff that needs to be cleaned up.

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Ramiro March 31, 2006 at 1:10 am

Hi Brad. I ´d like to have a Palm version of your Goal software someday. And if you want to, I can translate it into spanish. Bye!

March 31, 2006 at 9:48 am

It does work on the Palm Treo 700w devices.

But the reason I never built it for Palm OS specifically, is it would cost the end user too much. To make a long story short, there was a bit of a shakeup in the Palm OS market, which sort of left me with little option for porting it over except using a product called Appforge. They charge $30 per deployment – which is more than A.I. retails for just by itself!

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