It seems that the firewire encryptor I wrote for WiebeTech is being enthusiastically received at the MacWorld Expo. There is every sign that my hard work and my client's investment will result in a commercial success.
Bonita and I are very excited about the news, as I imagine my client must be.
I issued my first press release ever, and have been faxing it to newspapers around Maine:
I think MacObserver was confused when James called the passphrase interface an "applet". In their article they call it a "Java applet". It's actually written in C++ and is a vanilla carbon application; we call it an applet because it so simple. I used ZooLib so I can make the UI for Windows and Linux from the same sourcebase.