Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:
- Bryan provided a few tips to increase your productivity.
- Owen released MicroWiki 2.0.
- Michael Heilemann posted the premiere episode of the new Binary Bonsai Podcast.
- Khaled posted a “heads up on several things that [he’s] been working on and will be completing in the near future.”
- Rick announced the results of Abby’s “Dog as Art” photo shoot. (Rick, she was a great puppy, and I will miss her too. I wish her luck and a happy, care-free life in her new home.)
- Michael Hampton ruminated on “the freedom you don’t know about.”
- Sarah had a successful recital.
- And, Angsuman reported on “unrest in Googleplex.”
Do you ever find yourself wondering what the Mozilla Foundation is up to? Wondering how well their current projects are doing? Well, in that case, it’s time for an opinionated review, which has once again been updated to reflect the current versions. This updated review briefly covers Firefox v1.5, Camino v1.0, and Thunderbird v1.5. Enjoy the Spotlight on the Current Mozilla Foundation Projects!
Quinn has been updated to v3.1.2. This update fixes “a bug in v3.1 and v3.1.1, which made Quinn forget custom background images after quitting.” The release notes are available here. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Quinn here.
Yasu has been updated to v1.3.6. As of this release, Yasu is now packaged as a Universal Binary. No other changes were made. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Yasu here.
Cyberduck has been updated to v2.5.5. This update fixes a few bugs and adds an option to use Cyberduck as a portable application. The release notes are available here. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Cyberduck here.