ID please...

Sunday, July 23, 2000 [04:58 PM PST]

    Nothing bothers me more than receiving a call from some lame telemarketing firm while I'm right in the middle of something - I mean, I don't even play golf; why would I want a lifetime supply of golf balls?! Maybe if they actually did a little RESEARCH their calls wouldn't be quite so offensive, but until that time at least the phone company does have something to help you out (for a nominal fee, of course), called caller ID! In order to illustrate my own lack of title imagination, behold this week's new release - AnalogX CallerID! This is something I've really found handy since I picked up a voice modem a couple weeks ago - it's very cool to have a little box pop up on your screen telling you who is calling... It doesn't just to that though, it also does logging, has customizable names and numbers so you can actually enter in the name of the person calling, and a whole lot more. Sound interesting? If so, then head on over to the Download/System area and grab your copy today!


Sunday, July 16, 2000 [11:05 PM PST]

    The smell of updates is in the air - ACMConvert, MaxMem, and several other programs have all received minor updates (based primarily off suggestions by users just like you!). The other major change is in the AutoUpdate feature in the installer - it now has the ability to not only check for newer versions of programs, but to download AND install the new version; this functionality is now included in anything downloaded from now on!
    The very first five winners for the first official AnalogX Contest were chosen today (they're listed in the weekly ListServer message)! Soon AnalogX tshirts will populate all the major cities of the world (ok, only the US for now), worn by only the most elite members of the AnalogX ListServer Legion! bahahaha! :)

Pictures online!

Friday, July 14, 2000 [07:14 PM PST]

    Images of the tshirts are now online in the new Contests section, so you can see what you can win! Both shirt styles came out VERY cool (they were designed by my friend Jeff Churchill ). There wasn't a ListServer message last week, so instead of choosing one winner this week, I'll be picking five! I'll also be picking five next week as well, so don't hesitate in entering! :)

It's Radio time...

Saturday, July 8, 2000 [09:31 AM PST]

    As promised, here's a link to the radio show (streamed live from 10am to 12pm, PST)... We'll be having one of the main guys from WebAttack on the show talking about the state of HTML editors, among other things. And don't worry if you miss the live broadcast - a copy of the show will be put up later on so you can listen to it over and over again (just what you've always wanted, I'm sure). Oh, and rumor has it there might even be a webcam there as well...

Ok, so who wants to win a free TShirt?

Sunday, July 2, 2000 [11:34 PM PST]

    The first official AnalogX contest in now live - to find out the rules and to enter, go to this page! Pictures of the TShirts will be going up hopefully this week, so you can see what you could win... Just think how jealous all your friends will be when you walk into work sporting an exclusive AnalogX T! :)
    The AnalogX ListServer Legion just keeps on growing and growing, and that's where this weeks release comes into play - AnalogX ListMaster Pro! This is one of those rare utilities that really address a need that I have (SoftSubmit being another very notable member of this category), which is maintaining a large email list. Normally people change accounts, switch ISP's, misspell their domain name, and a whole host of other mistakes which make running a large listserver a real drag. LMPro helps take some of the hassle out of running the list by making it super simple to add/remove addresses, plus it will even go through the list and passively verify that an address is still good. If this sounds like it's something you'd like, then head over to the Download/Network area and grab your copy today!
    As if that's not enough, there's even a new track is up on entitled 'Include'. It's along the same lines as the other track I put up there a couple weeks ago (it's still there as well), so make sure to head over there and check it out as well (there are both modem and high-speed streamed versions available).