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    Bill O'Meally Guest

    Default Vinocella for iPad

    We used to use a book to keep track of our wine. It became quite the
    mess after numerous erasures and scribbles every time we moved a wine
    to another rack to make room. Enter the 21st century! We are looking at
    this app for our iPad:

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vinoc...2448?mt=8&ls=1

    What do other folks on this group use?

    Regards,

    --
    Bill
    "Wise Fool" -- Gandalf, _The Two Towers_
    (The Wise will remove 'se' to reach me. The Foolish will not)


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    Mark Lipton Guest

    Default Re: Vinocella for iPad

    Bill O'Meally wrote:
    > We used to use a book to keep track of our wine. It became quite the
    > mess after numerous erasures and scribbles every time we moved a wine to
    > another rack to make room. Enter the 21st century! We are looking at
    > this app for our iPad:
    >
    > http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vinoc...2448?mt=8&ls=1
    >


    Bill,
    I and several others here use the Cellartracker web-based management
    system found (logically enough) at http://www.cellartracker.com. It was
    created by Eric Levine, and ex-Microsoft employee, and uses "cloud
    computing" to maintain a very large community database of wines. It's
    simple to use and convenient. Eric asks for voluntary contributions
    from CT users, but it's effectively freeware.

    Mark Lipton

  3. #3
    Bill O'Meally Guest

    Default Re: Vinocella for iPad

    On 2011-10-11 18:54:56 -0500, Mark Lipton said:

    > Bill O'Meally wrote:
    >> We used to use a book to keep track of our wine. It became quite the
    >> mess after numerous erasures and scribbles every time we moved a wine
    >> to another rack to make room. Enter the 21st century! We are looking at
    >> this app for our iPad:
    >>
    >> http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vinoc...2448?mt=8&ls=1

    >
    > Bill,
    > I and several others here use the Cellartracker web-based
    > management system found (logically enough) at
    > http://www.cellartracker.com. It was created by Eric Levine, and
    > ex-Microsoft employee, and uses "cloud computing" to maintain a very
    > large community database of wines. It's simple to use and convenient.
    > Eric asks for voluntary contributions from CT users, but it's
    > effectively freeware.
    >


    Thanks Mark.
    --
    Bill
    "Wise Fool" -- Gandalf, _The Two Towers_
    (The Wise will remove 'se' to reach me. The Foolish will not)


  4. #4
    Doug Anderson Guest

    Default Re: Vinocella for iPad

    Mark Lipton <[email protected]> writes:

    > Bill O'Meally wrote:
    > > We used to use a book to keep track of our wine. It became quite the
    > > mess after numerous erasures and scribbles every time we moved a
    > > wine to another rack to make room. Enter the 21st century! We are
    > > looking at this app for our iPad:
    > > http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vinoc...2448?mt=8&ls=1

    >
    > Bill,
    > I and several others here use the Cellartracker web-based
    > management system found (logically enough) at
    > http://www.cellartracker.com. It was created by Eric Levine, and
    > ex-Microsoft employee, and uses "cloud computing" to maintain a very
    > large community database of wines. It's simple to use and convenient.
    > Eric asks for voluntary contributions from CT users, but it's
    > effectively freeware.


    Also, there is a very nice associated iPad app (CellarVU).

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