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PulpFiction Icon Progress

PulpFiction ProgressFound this GIF while cleaning up my Downloads folder.

It's interesting how many little changes took what was the first icon (inspired by actual pulp fiction) to the final icon.

PulpFiction and its replacement Cyndicate remain two of my most favorite applications I've developed (including some I've never released but which I use weekly).

Ho hum.

3 Responses to "PulpFiction Icon Progress"

  1. I still use Cyndicate every day and fondly remember using PulpFiction. I can't imagine a news aggregator designed any other way.

    Any incremental updates on the way for Cyndicate? Didn't know if there was anything interesting in 10.7 or 10.8 to incorporate. I haven't given it much thought but if something comes to me I'll let you know.

    1. Scott said on December 27, 2012:

      I can't imagine a news aggregator designed any other way.

      Nor can I, Scott. Nor can I…

      Scott said on December 27, 2012:

      Any incremental updates on the way for Cyndicate?

      I've messaged Brad about that. I'm no longer a part of Cynical Peak - too much else going on. I hope so. He's mentioned updates a few times…

  2. There is an update coming at some point to fix a few bugs in Cyndicate that were caused by OS updates. It's a little bit slow going right now though. I had knee surgery in mid-November which caused a delay. It's also not the simple update that it should be. A couple changes to the developer tools is forcing me to rebuild a large portion of the interface. So even though it's a "simple" bug update there is going to be a substantial change under the hood that will be invisible to users if all goes well.

    I'll probably add in a full screen mode in the update too. That was the main new feature in 10.7 and 10.8 via the OS. Let me know if you have any other ideas.


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