A long time ago, I invented some software called BrainStorm. It was my secret weapon at the tail end of my tenure as editor of Personal Computer World and the start of my stint as a director of Caxton Software. It help me stay on top of things by acting as a thought grabber, organiser, finder and general rememberer of things for me.
Well, it’s been a kind of secret hobby for many years. Marck Pearlstone has been the programming brains since 1994 and, by some miracle, we find ourselves with a new release today – exactly 24 years since it was first published.
I just couldn’t let the moment pass without mentioning it. Sorry.