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Privatizing Freehand Drawing Library

September 7, 2012

I’m into an extension of my prior gig, so time is still very limited.  In addition to family issues, what little time remains is dedicated to supporting existing beta users of the Freehand Drawing Library.  And, these users just scored big time.  I’ve decided to keep the library private and license it only to customers, providing requested customization at an hourly rate.

Existing beta users will continue to receive free updates of the core library and the current beta period is now permanently closed.  I will blog about development of the library as a segue into discussing some of the math behind the programming.  I also hope to start a series on computational geometry in Javascript some time this fall.

Thanks for bearing with the extreme lack of posts this year🙂

  1. September 9, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    No worries. Your loyal math geek fans take what we can get.🙂

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