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YahooThis! Works Again!

December 18, 2007 4 comments

I received an email today informing me that Email This! for Yahoo works again. My initial assumptions were right. It was a problem that only Yahoo could fix. I’m glad to hear it’s working again.

I double checked it myself to make sure – everything is fine 🙂

Categories: Project Updates

Issue with YahooThis!

It has come to my attention that there is noan issue with YahooThis! compatibility with the Yahoo Online Mail Client. A new compose page still oepns up but the subject line and body of the new email are not filled in with the appropriate information.

I’ll try to fix this problem as soon as I can but I am currently in the middle of finals (for the next 14 days), so I don’t have too much time.

Sorry for the inconvenience (blame Yahoo).

P.S. – Get GMail!

Categories: Project Updates

Email This! Version 2.1.2 Released (eMusic Update)

December 3, 2007 2 comments

An Email This! user asked me to make this extension compatible with eMusic, an online music subscription service that incorporates Mozilla (XUL) technology in their application (That’s how this extension is compatible with their software).

Quick excerpt about eMusic from wikipedia:

EMusic is an online music store that operates by subscription. It is headquartered in New York, New York, and owned by Dimensional Associates, LLC. As of March 2007 eMusic has over 250,000 subscribers, which makes it the largest subscription-based online music store.[1]

EMusic differs from other well-known subscription music services (such as Napster and Rhapsody) in that the files available for download are in the MP3 format, making them fully compatible with all digital music players, and free from digital rights management software restrictions such as expiration dates, or copying or CD burning limitations.

While lauded by many, the lack of digital rights management (DRM) encoding and low price model have made the service unappealing to the Big Four record labels, leading it to specialize in underground artists and non-mainstream music genres, including indie rock, pop, jazz, electronica, new age, underground rap, traditional music, classical music, and experimental music, all on independendent labels.

Here’s what’s new in this version:

Version 2.1.2 (December 2, 2007)
1. Extension is now compatible with eMusic

Download
Download from Lazyrussian (Official Release – All Browsers) – Version 2.1.2
Download from Mozilla (Firefox) – Version 2.1.2
Download from Mozilla (Seamonkey) – Version 2.1.2

If you like the program, please feel free to donate $1.00 🙂 – Use the little paypal/chip-in widget on the right side of the page!

Enjoy!

Categories: Project Updates