TED2010 Demo: Where to get Pivot Posted by: Emily McManus February 11, 2010 at 10:59 pm EDT More Roque Mocan commented on Apr 11 2010 It is NOT only Macs. It doesn’t run in my Netbook that lacks a graphics card. But the control (building block) for Silverlight (programming platform) will be available for the summer of 2010. I suspect THIS version will be Mac Compatible (Silverlight runs on the Macs). I am eagerly awaiting it, to program web sites with it. Meanwhile, if You have downloaded Pivot on a capable machine, You can see the “collection” (set of data) I made just to get to know the process – it isn’t that hard – here: Fire the Pivot application and in the address bar type: http://www.guanacosonline.org/Pivots/SVHotels/collectionTripAdvisorHotels.cxml The process to create these collections is just filling an Excel spreadsheet with a Macro (unless you want to delve into XML programming). It wasn’t that hard! Just do it! b r commented on Mar 17 2010 Windows Only? Gary should have licensed or patented the software on his own! He could have had mac users, open source and windows! Albert Surjik commented on Mar 3 2010 Ah… Windows only. Bummer. Makes sense I guess… I wonder when someone will come up with an open source version?