Cousin Michael and the cool cats at Flexibits just released Fantastical for iPhone.
I especially like the day ticker.
Michael and I continue our podcast — now at episode 6.
We talk about porting apps from OS X to iOS and about launching apps.
I’ll be speaking at Renaissance in later January next year. The idea behind the conference:
The first Renaissance happened at the center of commerce and travel in Europe.
This Renaissance is happening at the crossroads of design, business, and technology.
My topic is The Enterprise is Everywhere. With Glassboard we set out to write software that helps people work together, without ever saying that it’s enterprise software, without doing all the traditional things enterprise software companies do. If it’s enterprise software, it’s part of a new breed.
Update 6:50 pm: There’s a discount code for $100 off the early registration price: brentsimmons. You can register on Eventbrite.
Congratulations to my friends at Black Pixel for getting out the Kaleidoscope 2 beta.
And a spiffy new company website. Looks good.
(Kaleidoscope, you may recall, was formerly a Sofa app.)
Also: Matthew Panzarino interviews Daniel Pasco and Michael Jurewitz.