You saw this week’s news coming, didn’t you? We’re talking about the 23rd anniversary of TidBITS! Adam Engst shares a few milestones related to the anniversary along with some thoughts about the role a 23-year-old publication can play in today’s modern Internet. Also this week, David Rabinowitz reviews the Divvy window management utility for Mac OS X, Agen Schmitz covers the initial open-source release of LiveCode 6.0 after its successful Kickstarter campaign, and Matt Neuburg waxes poetic about the iPod shuffle after searching through Apple’s iPod lineup for a suitable replacement for his second-generation iPod nano. Notable software releases this week include Mailplane 3.0, Things 2.2, CloudPull 2.4, Aperture 3.4.4, and iPhoto 9.4.3.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign, RunRev has released the LiveCode 6.0 app development toolkit in a free, open-source edition as well as a commercial edition that’s required for apps destined for Apple’s App Stores.
Annoyed by having to rearrange your windows constantly so you can see everything you’re working on? The Divvy utility provides quick and useful window management for Mac OS X.
TidBITS marks its 23rd year of bringing you the most important news about the Apple ecosystem this week. To commemorate the occasion, Adam shares his thoughts about becoming the oldest active Internet-only publication, announces the hiring of a managing editor supported by the TidBITS membership program, and muses about what the role of TidBITS is in today’s Internet.
The iPod shuffle is ridiculously tiny and simple, and Matt Neuburg doesn’t want to shuffle anything. Nevertheless, it was his best choice as a running companion. It was also his only choice.
Notable software releases this week include Mailplane 3.0, Things 2.2, CloudPull 2.4, Aperture 3.4.4, and iPhoto 9.4.3.