Mori's new owner revealed

by Giles Turnbull

Hog Bay Software owner Jesse Grosjean has sold notebook application Mori and timer app Clockwork to a new owner, Alfonso Guerra of Apokalypse Software.



The change is effective immediately and the new owner already has a new alpha version available for download (although when I downloaded it a few hours ago, there were few changes other than names and ownership notices).



Right now, work is continuing on getting the Apokalypse web site updated with information about Mori’s future. The one question on the lips of most existing Mori users will be: what about us and our opinions? At Hog Bay, Jesse Grosjean famously adopted a system where users collectively decided the future direction of the product. It remains to be seen whether this system will be continued at Apokalypse.



There’s also the question of what Jesse Grosjean will work on next. It might be the productivity assistant he’d mused about in the past, or perhaps he has other plans. Hopefully we’ll be able to bring you some answers to these questions during the next few days.


2 Comments

TheBoyKen
2007-06-19 16:31:57
At Hog Bay, Jesse Grosjean famously adopted a system where users collectively decided the future direction of the product


Was it the users who decided it should be sold off then?

dan
2007-08-16 20:58:55
This certainly came out no where. I'll never buy any product created by Jesse Grosjean.