As I hinted at before, I’ve been working on T-shirts, and now they’re ready!

Shirt

My goal with these was to make something that would appeal to folks even if they had no interest in Cassette Nest. There are a variety of colors and styles to choose from.

shirt options

Until the app is accepting payments, this is a great way to show your support of what I’m building and get an awesome shirt as well. They’re also a great gift idea for the holidays. :)

Illustration

The illustration was done by the incredibly talented Jean Wei. If you’re not familiar with her work, you are in for a treat. I particularly recommend checking out Heat. It’s available digitally here, but I recommend getting a physical copy if you can find it.


That’s the main news, but here’s a little update on the app itself:

CSV files in macOS’s Finder

I’m working on data export and import! This is the last bit of functionality I want to get in place before considering the app to be out of “beta.” I know that having control of my own data is incredibly valuable and I expect it’s important to all of you as well. Even if Cassette Nest disappears one day, you’ll still have your glorious CSVs to import somewhere else or just open in Lotus 1-2-3. My goal is to have the export be as human readable as possible while still being able to restore all your data in the app.

That’s all for today. As always, I love getting feedback, so have at it!

Stay safe out there and please wear a mask.

Later,
Trey