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Reply Hazy, try again.

daily link  Monday, November 9, 1998

Yoot Tower is from the gentleman who developed Sim Tower. The programmer is a Mac fanatic. I ordered a copy.

I would love to hear opinions from anyone who has first hand experience with the Beetle .

My BBEdit 5.0 arrived via Fedex this morning. My first impression is that this is a real tuneup as far as the HTML authoring part of the application goes. Things are where I expect them to be. Commands have moved physically, but all of the keyboard strokes that I am fond of are the same.

In the past, it was a text editor that sort of lucked into being the best HTML authoring environment. This tuneup marks the start of a focus on the HTML authoring capabilities. I already can see that this is a must have $39 upgrade.

The week ahead is filled with nose down programming work. I look forward to weeks like this.

Always the interface junkie, I took advantage of the the theme archive at FreeThemes.com. My Fire Ant is sporting a Final Fantasy theme.

I am down more than 10 pounds in the diet. Although I did cheat a little over the weekend. 12:00:00 AM  permalink  discuss []  

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