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Cocoalicious Update

Cocoalicious, the native Mac OS X front-end to the bookmark system, has been updated and now sports (in my opinion) a cleaner user interface that bodes well for future development.

Gone is the brushed metal look; in is a unified toolbar. A recent posting by the developer alludes to a more “modern” look that resembles or NetNewsWire. I, for one, welcome the changes and I am excited to see the changes with the application. So excited, in fact, that I’ve done something I’d never done before with an open source project: I volunteered to help. I’m not a programmer, but I figured there’s bound to be something I can do to help.

If you are a Mac user who also uses, you owe it to yourself to try out Cocoalicious.

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