B Thomasson
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Bt72118 commented on 23 Nov 2010
Site requires registration to download free resources, but 'United States' is not a choice.
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Bt72118 commented on 24 Sep 2010
In my opinion, this has the makings for a truly great application for the Mac. It has similarities to Microsoft Notes. It seems to be a great way to organize all your notes relating to a project. The graphics are very elegant - well done.

I'm still in a trial period with this software and intend to return with a full review as soon as my time frees up. I hope the developers stick with this project and build it into a first class application. Apple should consider buying this application and rolling it into iWork.
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bt72118 reviewed on 09 Jul 2009
The Bento application (for Mac) allows you to put multiple nice looking, customized front-end on spreadsheets. I use it for managing contacts, tracking program usage and development; meeting notes - just about everything. The Mac application is very useful and it is great to be able to port that to my phone. The iPhone app has slider buttons and choice wheels that really enhance the information I carry around. Before you download this app, download the Mac demo and see if the application is useful to you.
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bt72118 reviewed on 04 Sep 2008
Do not download this version!!! Stick with what you've got. This one is the devil's baby. I'm running MacOS 10.5.4 and this version does not work.
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bt72118 reviewed on 13 Sep 2007
This software produces very pretty charts, but the documentation is poor and the program is not intuitive and not Mac-like. Through September 2007 they are offering a new version at the old price - very good value - but realize you're going to have to figure this one out for yourself. Try the demo before buying.
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bt72118 reviewed on 13 Jul 2006
This is an excellent little widget that streams music from Radio Nederland. 18 live channels of music to choose from. (Click on 'menu' and the list appears).

I am currently listening to ConcertZender streaming Gregorian Chants, but there is something for everyone here. The announcers speak Dutch.

It is a very simple, elegant widget - no need to learn Dutch. It loaded easily and runs in the background.

Well done Radio Nederland.
[Version 6.1]



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Bt72118 reviewed on 28 Aug 2005
OH MY GOD!
If you kayak or canoe this is the grail.

If you paddle, but haven't upgraded to 10.4 this widget is reason enough to upgrade now.

If you paddle, but use a Windows machine, this widget is reason to throw it out the window and buy a Mac.

I live in Arkansas and there the widget report five day historical stream-flow data to present for 127 reporting stations in Arkansas. You select which stations you are interested in which states and they are available in a pull down menu.

This is definitely the cleanest widget I have seen yet, and for paddlers, this is definitely the best!!! It's incredible.
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Bt72118 reviewed on 07 Jun 2003
I have used version 2.0.7 for the last week (didn't know it came on my new iMac). In four sessions, I have recorded and cleaned about 16 tracks from vinyl albums. The softwared is fantastic. It has been perfectly stable - no crashes. I didn't give it 5 stars for ease of use because it is not perfectly intuitive and there is some room for improvement. The user's manual answers all questions, however. Thanks to the developer for putting me back in touch with some incredible music that will never make its way to CD. I have not had this much fun with a piece of software in a long time.

SUGGESTION FOR THE DEVELOPER - maybe assign one key for "Interpolate/Repair". That is the most often used function for me. I would suggest the space bar because it is handy, on the bottom row, and you can easily keep your eyes on the screen when you tap it. Thanks again for a wonderful piece of software.
[Version 2.1]



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