Grove 2.0

by Josh on April 28, 2006 · 4 comments

in Gardens,Projects

New from the ground up, the second edition of the Bungalow ‘23 backyard tree grove–Grove 2.0-debuts today, on schedule and just in time for a weekend of April showers.

PICT1361Grove 2.0 features a completely new visual interface that has tested well in informal neighborhood focus groups. System threats in the original Grove have been addressed, including the risks of agressive root growth and excessive height. Although some users will undoubtedly miss cancelled features like Twinkly Green Leaves, we are confident that new features, Fragrant Pink Flowers and Rich Purple Foliage will prove to be more widely valued in the market. The Grove 2.0 platform provides a firm foundation for growth in the coming years, creating a new paradigm of strategic deciduous synergy.

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Greg April 28, 2006 at 10:13 am

I could use a paradigm of strategic deciduous synergy here at work. MMMMmmm, deciduous synergy. I think I’ll go outside.

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Greg April 28, 2006 at 10:25 am

“Deciduous synergy” is better than “Evergreen Entropy”.

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ben April 28, 2006 at 12:34 pm

Is it Windows compliant or will you be upgrading to a new Java platform like the Bistro Set 2.0?

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Josh April 28, 2006 at 1:14 pm

I would say Grove 2.0 is very windows compliant, particularly with the one over the kitchen sink.

Sadly, I’m at least a cappucino maker shy of full java implementation with no plan for an upgrade.

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