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April 1st, 2004

hblogger 1.0 [Apr. 1st, 2004|10:04 pm]
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After successful beta program Hblogger 1.0 have been released today. You can purchase it or get demo version from HBlogger home page.

HBlogger Features:

* Live Journal support
* Blogger support
* Movable Type support
* Multiple accounts support
* Saving posts as drafts.
* Downloading from the server list of journals/blogs available for this user.
* Service-specific article attributes (public/private, mood, no comments, picture, etc.)
* Charset support for posting. (Currently only English and Russian is supported. More charsets could be added on request.)


* Palm OS 3.5 or later device (color or black and white), Palm Thungsten, Sony Clie, Handspring Treo, etc.
* Internet connectivity (for example via bluetooth to GPRS phone or built-in for Treo smartphones)

You can ask questions about the product at hblogger community.
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MochaJournal 2.0.002 [Apr. 1st, 2004|10:49 pm]
LiveJournal Client Discussions


[mood |excitedexcited]

I am happy to annouce the release of MochaJouranl 2.0.

MochaJouranl is a JAVA based LiveJournal client. I have been working on it for a couple of years now, recently having revamped the UI, protocol interface and feature support.

I am pround to say that v2.0 is the proper official release, hence why I am finally posting about it here!

You can check mochajournal community for information on the bug fixes, new and updated features that are appearing in this latest release. In addition, it's a great place to post bug reports, comments and suggestions for future releases.

Feel free to download it and try it out. It supports the Windows, Linux/Unix and Mac X platform, basically any platform supporting JAVA 2 (1.4.1_5 and above).
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