March 17, 2011. If you’re able to, please consider a donation to aid the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan. To those in Japan, our hearts and thoughts are with you. • Donate to the Red Cross Japan Earthquake & Pacific Tsunami Fund • Donate using your iTunes account • Donate using your Amazon account • Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 Of course there are also many… Read more »

August 20, 2010. Junecloud is now on Facebook. We’ve been on Twitter for a while now. We’ll be posting the same things in both places, so you can just keep an eye on one of them if you like. Either way you’ll get status updates on Delivery Status and Junecloud sync, early access to betas, occasional giveaways, opportunities to give us direct feedback on features, and whatever else we can squeeze into 140… Read more »

May 19, 2010. We’re going to get some shirts printed up—we just need to decide is how many of each size to order. If you’re interested, fill out the form below to let us know. We’ll be selling them and offering some as giveaways, so if you like the shirt but don’t want to buy one, answer anyway. Unisex shirts will be American Apparel 2001 Fine Jersey Tees. Girly shirts will be American Apparel 2102 Girly… Read more »

January 22, 2010. On January 20th, 2010, many indie Mac and iPhone developers donated 100% of their proceeds to Haiti relief. Together we raised over $143,872. Junecloud raised $451 in Delivery Status touch sales, and we contributed some of our own to make a donation of $800 to the American Red Cross. Thank you to everyone who contributed. While Indie+Relief is over, for now, it’s not too late to make a… Read more »

December 21, 2007. I didn’t work on this site myself, but I have to mention my brother’s new project, Tiny Planet Photography. He takes beautiful photographs, mixes them up with some really clever software, and the results are just fascinating to look at. The Dragon House (above) taken in Potsdam, Germany is one of my favorites, but there are a bunch of good ones worth taking a look at. I think I may have to… Read more »