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Vote for our next consumer application. (You can vote for more than one)
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Diet software with nutritional analysis and weight management 27 17.53%
Fitness and excerise planning 21 13.64%
Birdwatching software with life lists, birding encyclopedia and maps 5 3.25%
MP3 database with CD burner and player 5 3.25%
Movie, CD and DVD database 7 4.55%
Coin collecting 4 2.60%
Stamp collecting 2 1.30%
Book collecting 9 5.84%
Wine collecting 6 3.90%
Household inventory 19 12.34%
Genealogy 12 7.79%
Gardening (gardening reference database, keep track of what's planted and when it will be ready to harvest, plan your garden layout, etc.) 21 13.64%
Event planner and to do list manager (plan a wedding, plan a move, apply to college, renovate a kitchen, plan a garden, prepare for retirement, plan a vacation, start a small business, etc.) 12 7.79%
Stock portfolio manager (view stock and commoidty charts and analyze trade history) 4 2.60%
Other (post your request) 0 0%
Total: 55 votes 100%
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Lee Grainger
Living Cookbook Developer

Registered: Sep 2002
Location: Berkeley, CA
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Question Vote for the next consumer application

Radium Technologies is planning to develop and release at least two new consumer products in 2003. We have chosen the first product (we will let you know what it is soon) and we would like your help in choosing the second.

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jiwellman
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You might want to consider a gardening database. www.neoflora.com has a nice one but I think you folks could do a better job.

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Lee Grainger
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Great idea. I have been thinking about building a gardening database for a while, but hesitated because I wasn't sure if other people would be interested.

Gardening is what I do with most of my spare time when I am not programming. I think an application to track seed inventories, what you have planted, a calendar of when stuff was planted and when it can be harvested, reference information, etc. would be great.

Good to know someone else is interested.

Lee

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Jim Sposato
Never Trust A Skinny Cook

Registered: Oct 2002
Location: Lincoln AR
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Re: Vote for the next consumer application

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Originally posted by Lee Grainger
Radium Technologies is planning to develop and release at least two new consumer products in 2003. We have chosen the first product (we will let you know what it is soon) and we would like your help in choosing the second.


Lee,

I would love to be a beta tester for you guys. I;'ve done it before. (Parsons Technology) I love to garden, coached for over 30 years and do lots of catering now. I could help you develop anyone of these ideas.

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Lee Grainger
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Cool

Jim,

Sounds great. You can sign up for the beta test newsletter at http://lb.bcentral.com/ex/manage/su...ustomerid=23727.

Regards,

Lee

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Mezzaluna
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Registered: Dec 2002
Location: Wisconsin
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I'm new here, and I hope I'm posting this in the right place.

I see that the top of your list has diet/nutrition software. What sort of eating plans are you considering for this? There are many out there! I am a low carber myself, and would hate to see it be incompatable - or worse, hostile- to any plan besides low fat.

Thanks for answering my question.

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Lee Grainger
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The planned diet software will work great with pretty much any diet. The software will not favor a particular diet plan - it will be a tool to manage the information associated with a diet: nutrition, recipes, meal planning, weight management and excercise. The real power of this software will be its nutrition calculations (similar to Living Cookbook) and its customizable reporting. You will be able to set up a variety of user profiles (maybe one for you and one for your spouse) and each profile will have a series of charts and graphs associated with it. You will be able to select from a range of built-in report templates or create your own. You, for example, might want one that graphs daily carbohydrate intake and weight over time.

We are really excited about this software. Please let me know if there are any features that you would really like to see included in the application. In fact, I will create a new forum thread so you and other users can post your thoughts. Diet Software Thread

Thanks for the feedback.

Lee

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