HelpDesk developer Brad Rhine has updated his
Frequency application to v1.5. The update is free for registered users,and can be downloaded from the Web site.
Frequency is an application designed to let Mac users update their Weblogs, or blogs. With Frequency you can edit posts, preview them using a built-in HTML engine, support international characters and more.
This version adds improved support for Weblogs built with Radio, Movable Type, pMachine, GeekLog (using the Blogger plug-in) and EraBlog.NET. Also improved is support for the Blogger API and, new to this release, support for the MetaWeblog API. Categories and titles are now supported for Weblogs created using Radio and Movable Type-based systems.
Frequency is available for Mac OS X and Mac OS 9, as well as various flavors of Windows. It costs US$9 to register, and is available through December 12, 2003 for $6 instead. A demo is available for download.