PulpFiction History· Updated: · 1 min read
With PulpFiction due today, I am constantly reloading the product page to see when – finally – the “download” link will be activated …
In the meantime, I did some surfing and found my way to Adam Betts homepage. In his Icons Section, I found an entry about the development of PulpFiction’s Icons.
The first draft discussed on Erik’s blog was fun to read:
I bet it has something to do with managing projects.
[Posted by: Steven Canfield on October 17, 2003 12:34 AM]
Do I get to guess?
[Posted by: Brad on October 17, 2003 02:46 AM]
Awesome–I can’t wait to see it! Congrats on your progress!
[Posted by: Buzz Andersen on October 17, 2003 11:47 AM]
[Posted by: Jeffrey on October 18, 2003 05:42 PM]
We’re not going to say.
[Posted by: Erik J. Barzeski on October 18, 2003 06:06 PM]
I don’t know if Erik remembered this when he unveiled what PulpFiction really is, but it’s fun to see that the third comment by Jeffrey actually was 100% right … and Erik’s comment somehow confirmed it: “We’re not going to say.” is often the only answer you can give if someone found out a secret …
I bet, Jeffrey gets a free version of PulpFiction for that? :)
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