Userland say they fixed the way that text is stored in Radio, so that you can use your native character set without it becoming scrambled into &crap;. Somehow, I doubt it’ll work, but let’s see: òëùéå ùæä äúòãëï, àåìé æä éòáåã… àáì ùåá, àðé îñåô÷ ùëê.
NewsIsFree is a very cool looking idea, a site that collects RSS feeds and makes them available in an nice format, with a much more pleasant interface than Meerkat or the Userland RSS aggregator. Its also has options to blog stories using Blogger, Manila & Radio. Synergy, man.
Ori Folger (someone reads my blog! hi!) prefers XNView (“another excellent, free graphics tool“) to Irfanview. It looks good. He also notes that Opera has had the feature I noticed in Mozilla yesterday “for a while now”. I can’t see it in Opera 5, maybe it’s in Opera 6. Opera 5 does have a “search […]
Also, IrfanView rocks. Starts up much faster than Photoshop, supports more file formats than MS Paint, it’s just perfect for pasting screen captures, cropping them, and saving them in the file format of your choice.
I just discovered a cool feature in Mozilla: Notice that there’s an entry in the context menu to search Google for the highlighted word; that’s my favorite bookmarklet slotted directly into the browser. Mozilla rocks.