Posts by moah


When we started Baydin, we wanted to build a company that included charitable contributions as part of its DNA. Four years ago, we decided that we would donate a portion of our profits (if we ever generated any) to advance education in Myanmar. One of our company’s founders is Burmese, and the name of the company, Baydin, is a Burmese word that means foretelling the future through magic. So it felt right to plan to someday help people...

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We have gotten quite a few requests over the last year for Boomerang to support Safari. With the recent release of version 5.1, Safari supports all of the pieces required to run Boomerang. So Boomerang now supports Safari as well. Technically speaking, it’s been out for a little while already while we were testing it. For the past 2 weeks, if you happened to visit the Boomerang download page while browsing on Safari, you might...

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Our team at Baydin loves the holidays — from the sparkling Christmas lights and decorations to spiked egg-nog and gingerbread cookies. We like getting to spend time with our families during the holidays even more than all the festivities and merry drinking. Alex with Gingerbread Christmas Tree Cookie If you kept a close eye on our Twitter accounts during the holidays, you may have wondered how we were managing to respond to...

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We all have muttered something along those lines (usually with a $@*! thrown in) while searching for a particular message in our inboxes. Sometimes finding an email you need is like finding the matches. You see that box of matches all the time around the house when you don’t need it, but when the electricity goes out, it’s nowhere to be found. Emails have a way of doing the same. When you don’t need a message, you...

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When Software Jumps the Shark

When Software Jumps the Shark


Posted By on Oct 6, 2011

Are you one of the million hipsters clogging my stream with Tweets about Arrested Development’s reunion for a half series and a following feature movie? If so, did you ever think that the right time for Arrested Development to end might have been when it did? This blog post was triggered by a discussion among my friends about how TV producers never have the sense to realize when a story has been told, and wrap it up at an ideal...

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