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» / I read way too many online comics.
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[Web Dailies]

Web Dailies came about because I read a lot of web comics. Something like 30+. And all of them update on different days. It used to be that I had a bookmark folder of all the web comics I read and I would just tell Safari to open them all into tabs. When I was reading less than 10 of them, that was okay. When I started getting up to 20, it was not so okay since I had to wait for each website to load even if the comic didn't update on whatever day of the week it was. So I came up with the idea that since I can easily find out what day of the week it was, I should use that to read a data file to figure out which comics I should look at that day.

.:Requirements:.
Mac OS X 10.3.9 or better.
Internet connection.

.:Download:.
WebDailies.zip

.:History:.
[17 Dec 2006 - v1.1]
Added exporting and importing the list of websites.
Supplied a default list of websites to use if one already doesn't exist.
Universal binary.
Trying an experiment with soliciting donations...

[4 Oct 2004 - v1.0]
Initial release.

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