Archive for the 'Indie' Category

NetNewsWire 5.0

Monday, August 26th, 2019

Today, Brent Simmons announced the launch of NetNewsWire 5.0. Congratulations to Brent and the rest of the open source team that made this happen! NetNewsWire is an important app to me both because I have been actively using it as my news reader for over 15 years, and because it is literally the progenitor of […]

Staying In Touch

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

Update: I originally cited the content of a customer’s email in this post, and although I didn’t reveal her identity, I don’t think this was appropriate or particularly constructive. Mea culpa. In the future I will never cite the contents of a customer’s private email, no matter how anonymously, unless they have expressly permitted me […]

Suck It Up And Ship

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

When I introduced the rich HTML editor in MarsEdit 3, I knew there would be some issues. WYSIWYG editing is freaking hard. I don’t pretend to have started out an expert, nor have I become one. I’m getting there, though! I decided to release MarsEdit 3.0 when I did because of what I refer to […]

Say Yes

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

Derek Sivers captures the human side of business and just about everything else on his life-lessony blog. His latest, My Loss, reminds us that even successful entrepreneurs have gone through the wringer more than once, and have made their share of mistakes. I especially like the “moral” of this latest post: Say “no” where you […]