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AWAD Desktop...Wordsmith.org runs a mailing list called A.Word.A.Day. It's a great service and I've been a subscriber for a number of years. However, I can never retain the vocab word I get each day. I get a new e-mail in the morning, look at the word, think to myself "Oh, that's an interesting word. I should try and remember that one", and then off I go to start my day. So I hit upon an idea based on those "Word A Day" desk calendars: what if I wrote an app that displayed the current word of the day on my screen so that anytime I wasn't doing anything, I'd see the word. After several days of
What's New
Version 1.1
  • Rebuilt with latest version of Apple's developer tools.
  • Fixed a crash on start-up.
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Jun 2005
Eh, this needs to be a dashboard widget. Basically useless and intrusive to me.
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frooned replied on 11 Apr 2011
AGREE
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Downloads:2,265
Version Downloads:274
Type:Internet : Reference
License:Free
Date:11 Apr 2011
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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AWAD Desktop...Wordsmith.org runs a mailing list called A.Word.A.Day. It's a great service and I've been a subscriber for a number of years. However, I can never retain the vocab word I get each day. I get a new e-mail in the morning, look at the word, think to myself "Oh, that's an interesting word. I should try and remember that one", and then off I go to start my day. So I hit upon an idea based on those "Word A Day" desk calendars: what if I wrote an app that displayed the current word of the day on my screen so that anytime I wasn't doing anything, I'd see the word. After several days of work, AWAD Desktop was created.


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