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This week PicLens, now referred to as Cooliris, announced that their amazing product is ready to be used on Safari 3.1 for Mac users.  For users like myself, this is a more then welcomed update.  A couple of weeks ago I got smart and threw away my PC and bought an iMac, vowing to never again use IE, and stick to Safari/Firefox/Flock.  Once you use an add on like Cooliris it makes it next to impossible to go back and view photos/videos the old way.  After installing Cooliris onto one of the sites I co-founded, and then installing it for full time use while surfing the web, I became addicted to it.

So I, like thousands of other Safari users sent emails to Cooliris asking them to add their viewing service to Safari.  Well this week they answered all of the Safari users prayers for Cooliris and released Cooliris v1.8.  Now users of Safari 3.1 can view their web media in style.  If you would like to download Cooliris for Safari 3.1 you can do so here.


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