This site is the official Internet distribution point for MaDdoG Software, and should contain everything I've released. If you have any questions about what you do or don't see here, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent news and program releases:
[7/8/10]: Evernote/Palm Importer has been updated to support Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), bringing it to version 1.0.1.
[7/8/10]: It's been a long time since I've updated Flurry; it's come to my attention that Julien Templier is maintaining a newer version, which you can find here (Flurry 1.3.1 download) or here (Flurry 1.3.1 source code).
[7/8/09]: For people who've been using Palm OS PDAs and phones, and who are moving to a more modern smartphone like WebOS/iOS/Android and want a modern cloud note-taking solution, I recommend Evernote, and I've written this tool to import Palm Desktop memos into Evernote.
Program info and downloads:
You can download my programs from the individual information page for each program (see the quick links on the left), or from the following master lists:
Who is MaDdoG?
MaDdoG Software is written, directed and produced by Matt Ginzton. I kicked this off during high school, continued it through my college career at Stanford University, and manage to occasionally have time to hack on things despite my current day job at VMware.
My aim is to create unique software that's high in functionality, low in bugs, and easy to download -- you won't find any huge file sizes here. Attention to detail and responsiveness to feedback leads to a quality and polish that can be rare when dealing with computers... I really want to write software that people like to use. If you think something you see here needs improvement, tell me!
Most of the stuff on this site is free and if I had unlimited time, it all would be! But try PaneKiller and I hope you'll agree that it's far more than just functional; I put countless hours into it responding to user feedback and trying to get the little things right. $10 a copy isn't much, and I'm definitely not getting rich off of it; my programs are still mostly a labor of love, but if you like what you see here, please consider supporting my efforts to continue developing great stuff.