A security update has been issued for Thunderbird. This release, version 22.214.171.124, includes several security fixes and is recommended for all users. The release notes are available here. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Thunderbird here.
After Bryan added more subscription options to his blog, I decided to do the same. I chose iFeedReaders to provide other MacManX.com subscription options and FeedBlitz to provide an email subscription option. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a decent generic email subscription button, so I whipped this one up last night using the email icon from Mark James’ Silk Icons. Feel free to use it on your blog too.
Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:
- Jim launched the Yasu Development Weblog, where he plans to “make announcements, comments and calls for help pertaining to the development of Yasu 2.0.”
- Michael released Bad Behavior v2.0.3.
- Craig returned from his mysterious disappearance.
- Angsuman is skeptical of OpenDNS.
- And, Tom reported on the launch of Zooomr 2.0.
Aleph One is an open-source descendent of Bungie’s classic first-person shooter trilogy, Marathon. Aleph One features OpenGL rendering and supports Marathon 2 and Marathon Infinity data files. A conversion of Marathon 1, called M1A1, and many third party scenarios are also available.
Pros: Aleph One’s support for OpenGL and optional high-resolution textures and landscapes breathes new life into the classic Marathon Trilogy. Aleph One is a cross-platform game for Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Cons: None significant.