Rev player

Dan Shafer revdan at danshafer.com
Tue Jul 27 23:00:19 CDT 2004


Ah. OK, good point.

Dan

On Jul 27, 2004, at 8:49 PM, Ken Norris (dialup) wrote:

>
>> Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 09:39:30 -0700
>> From: Dan Shafer <revdan at danshafer.com>
>> Subject: Re: Rev player
>
>>>> So what am I not understanding?
>>>
>>> Only that it is available to you, but not really meant for you.
>>>
>> OK, but *in general*, who aside from the Dreamcard developer would
>> really want to use this approach to delivery? I am sure there must be
>> some folks, I just can't figure out who they are!
>
> Well, I might use it like this:
>
> I have some friends who just bought a business and need some offline
> archiving software for images, and a few other widgets and gadgets. It 
> would
> be helpful if I could give them some stacks to run and see if they like
> them, if they work out OK. I can build quick & dirty solutions to get 
> them
> by while I work out detaills, get rid of bugs, and dress up the SA 
> apps.
> They use Macs for the workshop production setups and a Sony Vaio for 
> the
> business front end. It'll be a big advantage to not have to build 
> separate
> applications every time.
>
> Like that.
>
> Ken N.
>
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