June 1st, 2009
It’s worth mentioning: Transitly isn’t just for the iPhone, it also works on the Google Android Browser. Transitly has been tested on both the emulator (pictured below) and in the wild. So all you G1 users out there know that you are not forgotten and bookmark away.
March 31st, 2009
Liquid Mongoose continues its effort to solve life’s little gaps with the launch of Transitly.com. Transitly is a timetable web application for people who ride mass transit everyday. Unlike mapping and trip planning applications, Transitly does not offer maps, step by step instructions, or routing information. Most of us ride the same one or two buses or trains everyday, and don’t need all these features to slow us down. All we want to know is: “When is my next bus?” This application is for that purpose. Transitly automatically saves your most used routes and displays them on the front page. Once you enter your routes, you are one click away from knowing the only information you need.
Currently, the following cities are supported, but more will be coming soon so please check back for announcements.
December 16th, 2008
Thanks to all across the pond for pointing out the issue when visiting picasaweb.google.co.uk. The Picasa Web Albums feature of Paper Case is now fixed to work with all Picasa top level domains. -DW
December 9th, 2008
Liquid Mongoose is pleased to announce that Picasa Web Albums are now supported. Just in time for the holidays, you can use the existing Paper Case bookmarklet to create picture CD and DVD covers for sharing photos with friends and family. If you have already installed the bookmarklet, you do not need to re-install, you are ready to go. If you haven’t, please visit the Paper Case main page.
If you are unfamiliar with Picasa, it is desktop software used to manage your photos. One of its features, Web Albums, allows you to upload collections of photos into Web Albums, where you can easily share your photos online. Paper Case now supports these Web Albums, printing a fold-able case that includes the cover photo, album data, thumbnails, and the URL to the album.
If you have any questions or comments, please visit the contact page.
October 23rd, 2008
Thanks to all the write-ups of Paper Case from the press and blogs. The exposure and resulting comments have been very helpful in improving Paper Case.
And outside of the U.S.
October 12th, 2008
There has been a lot of feedback and inquiries about which browsers are supported. Officially, Internet Explorer on Windows and Firefox on Windows and OS X are supported. Future support is planned for Opera, Safari and Google Chrome in that order. Google Chrome is last because it is still in beta ;). Announcements and potential quarks (like to the Firefox 3 scaling print setting) will be announced in the contact or other sections of the main pages. -DW
October 6th, 2008
Comments are coming in about the A4 paper size and also in the comments in the blogs that have picked up Paper Case. The video embedded implies that A4 paper is needed for the folding, which is not the case. It is made for 8.5 by 11 inches, and in print preview you will see that it is indeed centered and CD sized. The instructions will be updated soon to clarify that misconception.
October 4th, 2008
Thank you to Download Squad for the post and noting the scaling issue. After investigation, it appears Firefox does scale albums from aol.music.com which can be worked around by changing the scaling in the print options to 100%. This will be alerted to users using Firefox for music.aol.com until a proper fix can be applied. Thanks to all for your understanding and support. -DW
October 2nd, 2008
The site launched its first project tonight, at 9:30pm Mountain, with Paper Case. This is a proud moment. Please enjoy and offer any comments by emailing on the contact page. Cheers!
October 1st, 2008
This is the official launch date of… the under construction page. Real content coming soon, check back. -DW