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  • Merger 2.0
    August 1, 2010: New Features: Completely rewritten from the ground up. Double-click a .000 or .001 file in the Finder, or drop it onto the Merger icon, and your files ... more →
  • gBrowser 2.0 beta 26
    March 20, 2010: New Features: More efficiency improvements in file loading and tracking which should further speed up loading and display of folder contents. Bugs Fixed: Minor bug fixes. Known bugs: None. Note ... more →
  • gBrowser 2.0 beta 25
    March 18, 2010: New Features: Efficiency improvements in the file-tracking system. Bugs Fixed: Fixed a bug that would cause thumbnails not to show in a folder after it is moved. Other minor ... more →

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gBrowser
v 2.0 beta 26
March 20, 2010

Awesome Photo Organizer

gBrowser is an image browser and organizer with no annoying databases or hidden libraries. What you see in the Finder is what you see in gBrowser – except gBrowser presents you with large, beautiful thumbnails and gives you the tools to easily view and organize your images. It includes a thumbnail browser, “Drop Locations” and file marking tools to make sorting out and moving your images a snap, a powerful batch rename function with the ability to save presets, the “Image Viewer” which works much like Quicklook on single monitors, but is even more useful when opened permanently on a secondary monitor, Bookmarks for your different photo collections, free and friendly tech support, and more.

What you see is what you get

No obfuscated “library” or database, no need to “import” your images anywhere. more…

Support for multiple collections

Supports Bookmarks or even different settings for different groups of images. more…

Eases image sorting

Drop Locations help you get it done. more…

Powerful batch rename

Rename, number, date, in any way you can imagine. more…

Immaterial Software

gBrowser
v 2.0 beta 26
March 20, 2010

gBrowser

gBrowser is an image browser and organizer with no annoying databases or hidden libraries. What you see in the Finder is what you see in gBrowser – except gBrowser presents you with large, beautiful thumbnails and gives you the tools to easily view and organize your images. It includes a thumbnail browser, “Drop Locations” and file marking tools to make sorting out and moving your images a snap, a powerful batch rename function with the ability to save presets, the “Image Viewer” which works much like Quicklook on single monitors, but is even more useful when opened permanently on a secondary monitor, Bookmarks for your different photo collections, free and friendly tech support, and more.

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Merger
v 2.0
August 1, 2010
Freeware

Merger

Merger is a Mac OS X application that allows you to recombine split binaries. This is useful for files you might find on usenet (like the ones you might find named “file.divx.001″, “file.divx.002″, “file.divx.003″, etc).

What Merger isn’t for is to combine separate files that weren’t split to begin with – such as combining two separate MP3 files into a longer song or two video clips into one clip.

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AASFilesystemTools
v 2.0.2
June 5, 2009
Freeware

AASFilesystemTools

The AASFilesystemTools framework is a very useful tool for developers whose applications work with large file heirarchies. While writing gBrowser, we discovered that keeping track of files and associated information was our #1 job, and this framework was born of that need: Each file had it’s own basic information plus the application’s metadata, plus each file’s location and status needs to be kept updated as the user or the system moves, renames, creates, or deletes them.

Even the FSEvents api made public in Leopard only does half the job – it’ll notify you that something in your heirarchy has changed, but it’s still up to you to figure out exactly where and what it was. This means keeping track of the state of each of your files and comparing that with the current state of the filesystem whenever you recieve one of those notifications. That’s a lot of work.

The AASFilesystemTools framework is there to keep track of every file your app is using. It retains data about the state of every file in your heirarchy, and when something in your heriarchy changes, it will very efficiently scan the directory in question and report the specific changes to each file back to your app.

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Immaterial Design

Web Design

Web Design

We can create a web presence for your business that is as simple or as sophisticated as you require.

Need a few pages to advertise a service, menu, or product? Need a few dozen pages, with the ability to easily add more information such as news updates or press releases yourself with the click of a button? Need a full-fledged ecommerce web site that will allow your customers to purchase thousands of products from you instantly?

We have you covered!

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Site Maintenance

Site Maintenance

The internet is dynamic and ever-changing: your customers want quality, up-to-date information. And you want to give it to them. But not everyone is web-savvy, or has the time to work on their web site very week, or the resources to hire their own full-time web guru. Even web sites running on a CMS (Content Management System) can take time for you to update that could be better spent focusing on core aspects of your business.

What if was as simple firing off an email with a new press release, or a new product photo and specifications, or whatever other change or addition you need, and knowing that your website would be updated with the new information by talented professionals?

It can be that easy.

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Portfolio

Portfolio

Our portfolio speaks for itself!

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