lickabilityapps
lickabilityapps:

It’s finally here.
After months of hard work redesigning and rewriting every screen in the app, we’re excited to share Quotebook 3 with you.
This update lets you add images and descriptions to your authors and sources, import quotes from your Facebook profile and Tumblr blog, and share your quotes to even more places. But more than that, it’s been carefully designed and engineered for readability and reliability.
Quotebook 3 is a free update for existing customers and it’s available today on the App Store in 4 new languages.
If you need any help, we’re here for you. Email us at help@quotebookapp.com or tweet at @quotebookapp.

lickabilityapps:

It’s finally here.

After months of hard work redesigning and rewriting every screen in the app, we’re excited to share Quotebook 3 with you.

This update lets you add images and descriptions to your authors and sources, import quotes from your Facebook profile and Tumblr blog, and share your quotes to even more places. But more than that, it’s been carefully designed and engineered for readability and reliability.

Quotebook 3 is a free update for existing customers and it’s available today on the App Store in 4 new languages.

If you need any help, we’re here for you. Email us at help@quotebookapp.com or tweet at @quotebookapp.

It’s similarly difficult to overstate the utter worthlessness and repulsiveness of the film’s late-in-the-works sequel, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, and how hateful, stupid, and misogynistic it is in every facet of its storytelling. It’s so egregiously awful, so utterly without merit, that it makes its predecessor seem much worse by association. The film’s brainless, chest-beating brand of hyper-pulp calls into question whether Sin City was any good at all, or whether the novelty of its visuals and storytelling merely masked a howling nothingness at its core.
I’ve not seen the film but find any criticism this scathingly well-written to be just delightful.