Save to Instapaper Action and Service for Snow Leopard!
Allows you to right click on any URL, or list of URLs, and send them straight to your Instapaper for later reading!
The action is general purpose and can be reused in any custom workflows or services.
After installing the package, you MUST go to ~/Library/Services/, open the Instapaper workflow, enter your credentials, and then save it.
8:44 pm • 19 May 2010 • view comments
Dashboard API: Part 2
Liked posts and liking/unliking are now available via the API. Please keep the feedback coming!
10:53 pm • 18 February 2010 • view comments
Tumblr Staff: Dashboard API: Part 1
Get it while it’s hot!
Dashboard posts are now accessible from the Tumblr API, and there’s a shit-ton more coming to the API over the next few
While I’m sure you guys will concoct plenty of things we haven’t even begun to imagine, the things we’re super-excited to see are any …
Holy crap! So much for avoiding feature creep… But this is awesome!
10:24 pm • 17 February 2010 • view comments
The “Post Photo to Tumblr” action is finished! One day earlier and it could have made its own GPOYW…
10:00 am • 15 October 2009 • view comments
Demonstration of Growl notifications. (Growl 1.2)
2:58 am • 5 October 2009 • view comments
“The Post Text to Tumblr” action is finished. Works on OS X 10.5.6 or higher. Tested in Snow Leopard and as a Service.
Environment: Xcode and Interface Builder 3.1
Method of Post: cURL via Shell Script
Notifications: Supports Growl 1.2
7:41 pm • 4 October 2009 • view comments
The reworked services feature in Snow Leopard is worth the price of admission alone. I can’t wait to see what actual developers can do with it, but in the meantime I’m having fun making my own actions in xcode and using Automator to turn them into contextual services.
Thanks to cURL, making an applescript wrapper for the tumblr api is very simple. In the next few weeks I’ll probably release a Tumblr services pack for Snow Leopard—if I have time to keep messing with it.
If you’re interested in what the revamped services architecture can do, check out these episodes of Mac Break from the Pixelcorps featuring the applescript king himself, Sal Soghoian.
8:55 pm • 30 September 2009 • view comments