PulpFiction now works with Cocoal.icio.us. Yay. Scott Stevenson will be introducing PulpFiction 1.1 at tonights BANG meeting. The meeting is at 7:00 tonight in the De Anza 3 Auditorium. Yep, that's on the Apple Campus. New features include Growl support, this thing, and a few other things. Nearly everything we've done in PulpFiction 1.1 has [...]
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Like ecto, the next version of PulpFiction will feature Growl support. Growl isÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ Ã¢â‚¬Â¦a global notification system for Mac OS X. Any application can send a notification to Growl, which will display an attractive message on your screen. Growl can be configured to activate as filter action. In the example shown at right, I've told [...]
Something for PulpFiction 1.0.3… Next week sometime.
I believe that our icon designer has gone missing, and so we (FSS) are in need of an icon designer. If you know of one, are one, etc. and would like some work, by all means leave a comment or get in touch with me directly. We're currently seeking icons for MailDrop 2.0 and FTPeel [...]
Even as a developer, we sometimes forget some of the cool features in our own applications. Today I had to remind myself that cmd-D toggles the linked content and the feed content. Ah, what a great feature! Three cheers for cmd-D, even if I'm the only one that uses it (I suspect I'm not). I'm [...]
PulpFiction (and PulpFiction) lite have advanced another minor version. They're now both at 1.0.2. You can grab them here. The changelog is rather significant. The highlights include: Added French and German localizations. Subscriptions diplayed in alphabetical order in the menus. Subscriptions can be added with no windows open. Preview pane and web browser respond to [...]
Three days remain in the PulpFiction drive for the EFF. You can read all of the details here, but the summary goes as follows: donate $50 or more and your blog will be included as a default subscription in PulpFiction for at least six months. We expect to release PulpFiction 1.0.2 within a week, and [...]
We (FSS) are in need of a dns resolver library for Mac OS X that has a timeout, resolves MX records, is mt-safe, and optionally supports IPv6. We've found FireDNS, but it's GPL. There's also c-ares but it lacks the ability (seemingly) to handle IPv6. Suggestions, anyone?
Eight days remain in the PulpFiction drive for the EFF. Read the details here. Summary: donate $50 or more and your blog will be included as a default subscription in PulpFiction for at least six months.
I've now set up a DropCash account for the PulpFiction for the EFF drive. Today is August 19, which means that you've got about 11 days to donate $50 to the EFF and to get your blog's feed listed in PulpFiction's default subscriptions. As the page says: For any donation of $50 or more, your [...]
Today I'm releasing the source code to a simple, goofy little app that we've used internally several times to make decisions when more than two criteria are involved. It's very easy to compare two things and decide which is better, and this process of decision-making is very much like a round-robin tournament wherein each team [...]
Just two weeks left - fourteen days - in the donation drive for the EFF. Donating $50 or more places your blog in PulpFiction's list of default feeds. The last person to donate was Jeremy Meyers of SDC Blog. Thanks to him and those who have contributed previously. When donating, please provide all the details, [...]
Just a quick reminder: the donation drive for the EFF has 17 days left. A $50 donation to the EFF provides your personal blog a whole lot of publicity. The donation drive ends August 30.
With PulpFiction's popularity growing, we thought we'd take the opportunity to do some good for the world by donating to charity. With a 1.0.2 release planned in the next two weeks (a bug fix update only - 1.0.3 will resume with the adding of some cool new features), we will begin a donation drive to [...]
Khoi Vinh has posted a lovely stylesheet for PulpFiction at his site, subtraction.com. Khoi didn't submit it to the PulpFiction Resources page, perhaps largely because he wishes to maintain control over its improvements, but I wanted to point y'all there as it's a lovely stylesheet that looks much like his own (quite lovely) site.