Since I do quite a fair bit of blogging I thought would start a blog about blogging! I've named it Blogging and…, as a style thing each post will start with "Blogging and …", for example the first post was called Blogging and How To Create a Free Blog at Blogger.com, the next Blogging and What is WordPress? You get the idea…Blogging and… helps you build a successful and popular blog. By providing tutorials, tips and articles along with community participation you and Blogging and… can create blogs worth reading and blogs that have the potential to make money.
Two atoms were walking down the street. One atom says to the other
one, “I’ve lost an electron! The 2nd atom replies, “Are you sure?”
Says the 1st atom, “I’m positive.”
The Mac Sale was launched today and for a limited time only you can get $450 Worth of Apps for $49.99. The bundle of 10 applications combines the products of both established Mac powerhouses and startup indie developers.
The full list of applications in this exciting new bundle is:
- REALBasic Personal – The exceptional rapid development environment. Designed to appeal to newcomers to software development and also old hands looking for another tool to add to their arsenal.
- Iris – A new image manipulation app with a beautiful user interface. It’s uncluttered user interface makes it a joy to work with on everything from photos to logos.
- Interarchy – The ultimate file transfer tool. With support for FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV and more.
- Scribbles – The innovative sketching program, with a remarkable user interface ideal for anyone needing to make quick sketches or fun paintings.
- TaskPaper – The amazingly simple but flexible task manager. With a restrained user interface TaskPaper focuses your mind on your tasks ahead, and not a complex application.
- WriteRoom – The remarkable word processor aimed squarely at writers. It’s full screen mode has become famous in the Mac community and even got plaudits in the New York Times.
- Stuf – The clipboard manager tool which lets you copy and paste over your local network. You’ll wonder how you ever managed with it!
- Mariner Calc – The lean and mean spreadsheet. This established and mature spreadsheet application is long standing Mac workhorse, and with good reason.
- HoudahSpot – Don’t search, find. HoudahSpot adds the missing “Advanced” function to Spotlight…
I wrote a little email to someone recently about how long I have been
using Linux and I though I would cut and paste a section from the
email and post it here!
early 90’s… In about 2002 I switched 100% over to Linux due to the
releases of OpenOffice.Org, FireFox and BibleTime. With these apps and
a few others I was able to switch and had no need for Windows at
all… Then in 2007 a terrible thing happened someone gave me a Mac!
Of course I had to start it up and bam! I switched to OS X but mainly
using the same applications like OOo, Firefox and now BibleDesktop
(instead of BibleTime). I still keep my fingers in the Linux pie, I like and use CentOS a lot
and I like Ubuntu Server as well, in fact I was writing a book about
Ubuntu Server but time constraints killed the project about half way