For the past several months, I’ve been working on a secret project with my friends over at Rogue Amoeba:
20 years ago today, on March 3, 2003, Rogue Amoeba released Audio Hijack Pro 1.0. This was a crucial event in the company’s history, as sales grew a much higher level, taking Rogue Amoeba from a hobby to a viable business.
On this anniversary, it seems fitting for us to unveil something else special: the Rogue Amoeba Historic Screenshot Archive. It’s an in-depth collection of images and information about key versions from our 20+ years in business, and we think it’s well worth a look.
Over on his blog, Paul Kafasis wrote a bit more about the project:
It’s quite gratifying to be able to look back on our work, which now spans more than two decades.
It can also be humbling and amusing, and thus worth writing about on this mildly-popular humor site.
It was a ton of fun to spend time with twenty years worth of indie Mac development history. I think you’re going to love scrolling through the archive on Rogue Amoeba’s website.