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Antiquated Software

Herodotus

Herodotus was an application for Mac OS X that allowed users to search their web browser history and bookmarks. It was developed by me with REALBasic in 2003 and released via a shareware license. Development for Herodotus ended in 2004 and it is no longer supported. Below is a description taken from the product website.

“Your bookmarks are history! Stop wasting time managing bookmarks and sifting through history menus trying to guess when you viewed a web site. Herodotus makes it easy to find web pages you’ve viewed and lost track of. With Herodotus you can search the history and bookmarks of many popular web browsers by title, address, or content. Herodotus now also has the ability to archive your history so that you are no longer limited to the date range of your browser. Search results can be opened in your default browser or saved as an Internet Location File. Supported browsers: Safari, Internet Explorer, OmniWeb, Netscape / Mozilla, Firefox, Camino and Opera.”

Meton

Meton

Meton was an application for Mac OS X that gave users a Status Item Menu for their iCal events. It was developed by me with REALBasic in 2004 and released via a shareware license. Development for Meton ended in 2004 and it is no longer supported. Below is a description taken from the product website.

“Meton is a Status Item Menu, which displays iCal events, making them easily accessable from anywhere in your system without the need to launch iCal. Meton can be configured to display events from today, yesterday, tomorrow, and this week in the main menu or as submenus. Each event in turn has it’s own submenu that displays relevant information about each event, if defined. Including: location, time, attendees, status, url, and notes. Selecting a date from the menu displays that day in iCal. Selecting an event displays that event in iCal. Attendees can be emailed and websites launched by selecting them from an events submenu.”

Elliott

Elliott

Elliott was an application for Mac OS X that notified users whenever it detected changes on specific web pages. It was developed by me with REALBasic in 2003 and released via a shareware license. Development for Elliott ended in 2004 and it is no longer supported. Below is a description taken from the product website.

“Elliott is a web page subscription application that monitors web pages for changes. When Elliott detects a change in a web page you are notified instantly. Elliott has 3 levels of sensitivity, helpful for determining when a major change has occurred. You select the web pages you want Elliott to monitor from bookmarked pages in your favorite browser. Supported browsers include: Safari, Internet Explorer, OmniWeb, Netscape / Mozilla, Firebird, iCab and Opera.”


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