Tobias was asking about an RSS feed reader like NetNewsWire for Windows. I haven’t tested one myself, but there is a good list of available software for different platforms. I have heard someone using FeedReader. I think I also saw some positive comments about Syndirella. By the way: All our seminar sites offer their news […]
»NetNewsWire is an easy-to-use RSS Web news reader for Mac OS X. Its familiar three-paned interface—similar to Apple Mail and Outlook Express—can fetch and display news from thousands of different websites and weblogs, making it quick and easy to keep up with the latest news.«
This pic2icon tool turned out to be very useful. It add picture icons from image files so you can browse the images like thumbnails in the finder.
After following a post from Dave Winer about NoteTaker I tried that application. It may be true that Scott Love is a capacity on outliners, but he does not seem to be a capacity on user interfaces. NoteTaker has a somewaht deterrent user interface.
Moteran Systems is a German Company that invented a way to route WLAN traffic within a dynamic auto-configuring net of WLAN clients. With this technology each client functions as a relay for clients that are out of reach of the base station. To circumvent privacy issues the traffic is two-way encrypted.
»Jon Udell takes an interesting look at User Creations’ application Spring.« [Mac Net Journal]
Fixed a bug with »newsSite table not found« in context of static rendering. Thanks to Erin Clerico from weblogger.com for pointing that out.
There’s a new version of ZOE – that indexing E-Mail client – that supports RSS (including 2.0) as well as the Blogger APi and MetaWeblog API. I don’tyet fully understand what this means, but it sounds like I should consider ZOE once more.
Now that Dave Winer found a reason to turn to Manila again for his Harvard Law School weblog server, I wonder if Userland will improve Manila some more. There hasn’t been much news about Frontier/Manila. There has been a lot of ideas from the community (even a Plug-Ins wish list). I was wondering if I […]
NoteTaker 2003 v1.1 does OPML! »NoteTaker 2003 is a very groovy outliner that does lots of cool things like publish to the web, voice annotation and all kinds of other things that I haven’t figured out yet. I griped about the fact that it didn’t do OPML, before when I tried the previous release. Maybe […]
Hooray! The latest beta of NetNewsWire Pro solves the XML-RPC issue with Manila sites that use german umlauts! Now I can see and edit all those news items and post directly to departments! Perfect!
Keynote HQ is a community site about Apples Keynote software.
»Ranchero Software proudly announces the release of NetNewsWire 1.0.« [ranchero.com]
The new version of OmniOutliner does Export to Apple Keynote. I wish Radio Userland had this as well. You can download the Beta 2.2 here.
CocoaMySQL is a free, open source application to manage MySQL databases (locally or over internet). It lets you add and remove databases and tables, change fields and indexes, view and filter the content of tables, add, edit and remove rows, perform custom queries and dump tables or entire databases. [MacMegasite]
“AdaptableStorage lets you store ZODB objects in your own database and in your format, without using special content classes. You can use a filesystem directory, a relational database, or whatever kind of database you might have as a ZODB.”
Apple Internet Developer Site: In this article, we show you how to install and configure PostgreSQL on Mac OS X, and then how to use it with Perl, Java, and PHP. Finally, we demonstrate how you can use the web-based phpPgAdmin to administer your databases.
DV Backup allows you to use your digital camcorder to backup hard disk data. Just select the archive (made by e.g. Stuffit, Disk Copy etc) and DV Backup does the rest. Capacity is 5GB per hour of DV tape (10GB if no error recovery is needed).
Radio Userland 8.0 now supports mirroring to a Manila site again. Good! This was missing in the initial release! Actually this post was done with that feature!