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Blog Tools | Week 2

A week or so ago I wrote about my journey into the world of Blog tools for Windows. Here is where I am at:
  1. Uninstalled Newsgator. Just too complex, too slow and too hard to figure out. While none of the blog clients really fulfill the way I live in the blogosphere – or its hyperconnected nature, Newzcrawler is working well for me. I’m also using Firefox more to grab and read the top ten blogs I follow.
  2. Uninstalled Qumana. I’m loving Zoundry. Nice application and does everything I could want it to and more. Misses on a few fronts – like being able to specify a font size and easily manage cut and paste formatting. And no spellchecker. But it is still good.

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2 Responses

  1. By Jon Husband on December 11th, 2005 at 5:22 pm

    If you’re at all inclined to offer us any feedback, we’d love to find out what you think we could do to make Qumana better / more effective.

  2. By james governor on December 12th, 2005 at 8:45 am

    i would like to know what bothers you too. i have my own list of annoyances… 🙂

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