In the next few days, a whole bunch of updates will begin to appear. Although January didn’t get off to quite the roaring start we were expecting, we’re getting close.
The word of the week is glacial, as in very cold and slow-moving. Although there’s not much visible progress, we are decisively moving in the right direction.
Well, that about wraps it up for 2021. I think we can all agree it was probably mostly sort of less bad than 2020, except for the parts that were worse. Next year will be better. Promise.
Today is Morgen’s birthday! She’s [REDACTED] years old! Also, we, um, moved to Canada this week. Yes, really. But that probably does not affect you in any way.
I had expected to ship several updates this week, but every waking moment was packed solid with other urgent, time-sensitive, and nonnegotiable tasks. With luck, I’ll have some interesting things to report next week.
It has been quite a week—so much so that Friday had to be postponed until Sunday. (Well, it has been quite a month and a year too…) Little to report this week, but great things are afoot.
The sale has concluded, and we were very pleased with the results. Thanks to all who participated! Now we head into a month that involves a lot of toiling in the arctic workshop.
Our Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale is now in progress! Save 50% on a wide selection of our recently updated titles, including six books that were updated earlier this week.
Today we released version 4.1 of “Take Control of Backing Up Your Mac.” Much work occurred on other titles, but they aren’t quite ready for release yet. And busy busy busy on 99 other things.
A couple of smallish book updates appeared this week, with more (as usual) in the works, and tomorrow Joe is going to disappear for the day to see whether it’s a small world after all.