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Archive for February, 2005

Still Use Internet Explorer

As much as I despise Internet Explorer, I use it daily because crashes Safari just about every time you visit. I've submitted countless bug reports. Maybe, later today, I'll visit 10 times in a row and submit each crash report. IE loads faster than any other browser (maybe besides iCab). Ancient poo for everything […]


Well, this about tells the story: Acquisition price: $16.93 (USD) Sale price: $79.19 (USD) Let's see, that's only a 468% increase. In about a year. Not too shabby.

PulpFiction 1.2.1

PulpFiction 1.2.1, a bug fix release, is now available. Primarily designed to fix an issue with the Lite version, we were able to sneak in a few fixes and improvements for PulpFiction itself. Here's the changelog: Articles are no longer marked read when the preview pane is collapsed. Clicking on the dock with no windows […]

QotD: State of the Union

Question: What was your reaction to the State of the Union last night? My Answer: I didn't watch it (and was kind of bummed that West Wing wasn't on), but the reaction seems to be quite good so far. Of course, most of the blogs I subscribe to that occasionally venture into politics are folks […]

My friend Dave just let me know that PulpFiction earned 4½ mice in the March issue of Macworld. Better still is the fact that they reviewed PulpFiction 1.1.1 which, though a good piece of software, lacks quite a few nice features found in PulpFiction 1.2. Macworld's Buying Advice: We were excited to see so many […]

QotD: Switch Apps

Question: How do you most frequently switch applications? My Answer: Click their window or click in the dock. I really should train myself to use cmd-tab more frequently. I know it's good… I just can't make myself do it. I'm more likely to use LaunchBar to switch apps than the cmd-tab dealio. You are encouraged […]

QotD: Banana

Question: What words spring to mind when you see this image? My Answer: This was just an excuse to post that image. Ha ha ha ha. If you've been on the Web for a year or more, you've no doubt seen this. FWIW, my answer is the image's alt tag. You are encouraged to answer […]