Do you remember MemoryMiner? If you don’t, you have a bad memory, and this program will come in handy. It is an iPhoto “on steroids”, with the functionality of cataloguing the photos by people who appear, places, improvements in the presentation by being able to focus on a particular person by applying the Ken Burns effect, and a long list of other functions.
A few days ago version 1.2 of the software was released, with some improvements, such as the localization of the software in Spanish, made by a user of the program who is also a newcomer to the Mac. MemoryMiner is also integrated with Google Maps and an AJAX-based web viewer. It’s universal binary and costs less to license if you’re a Apple reader.
Until December 15, 2006, readers of Apple can get a 50% discount on the purchase of the MemoryMiner license. Simply enter the code “Apple” in the field “The Coupon or Promotional Code” when you order the license for the application, and it will cost half, i.e. 24.46 euros. For your convenience I put the link to the web in Spanish where you can buy the license if you are interested.