Bee Docs timline 3D sale

I am a real fan of timelines. I frequently find myself making them to keep track of all sorts of things.

Right now, I have one for our family. I have recorded the dates of significant events in our lives. I find this very useful in my project of getting all of our family photos and mementos in order. Many of our early family photos have no dates on them and most are in boxes instead of albums, so as I sort new ones, I find myself adding lots of dates to my timeline.
I am a real fan of timelines. I frequently find myself making them to keep track of all sorts of things.

Right now, I have one for our family. I have recorded the dates of significant events in our lives. I find this very useful in my project of getting all of our family photos and mementos in order. Many of our early family photos have no dates on them and most are in boxes instead of albums, so as I sort new ones, I find myself adding lots of dates to my timeline.

Right now the timeline is stored as a text document. I have considered adding photos to it, but that will probably not work -- it runs the WRONG way--and the passage of time does not display correctly.

What I need is an application to make timelines. Back in the days of Mac OS 9, I had owned TimeLiner from Tom Snyder. It now costs $99 and does not look too professional.

I received a Twitter message this morning about a new application, Bee Docs timeline 3D, that is being sold for less than half price. I visited the Web site, and I must say, I am impressed by what I learned about timeline 3D. I downloaded it and I have spent some time playing with it. I also found some excellent video tutorials on the site, including one by my friend, Don McAllister, of ScreencastsOnline.

I plan on buying timeline 3D before Macworld ends on Friday. It is being offered for $30 instead of $65, making it even cheaper than the $40 Standard version. Be sure to check out this offer if you want a new way to organize and display event--it will even output files to Keynote, the iPhone and iPods.

-- Pat
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