James Taylor
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Fenrisulf reviewed on 01 Jul 2011
Very handy. It saves so much time compared to doing it the old fashioned way. :)
[Version 4.3.9]



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+4

Fenrisulf reviewed on 26 May 2011
Does what it does without any hassle. It's very convenient, and very unobtrusive. I've tried other programs, but I keep coming back to this program. It just does it best.
[Version 1.4]



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+3

Fenrisulf reviewed on 06 May 2011
Transmission is good because it doesn't try to be some other app "with bittorrent support." I can have 5 linux distro/rescue CDs going and it doesn't flinch.
[Version 2.30b4]



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Fenrisulf reviewed on 12 Apr 2011
The only media player you'll ever need. It's head and shoulders above the rest (even the paid ones). Cross-platform awesomeness. :)
[Version 1.1.9]



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Fenrisulf reviewed on 28 Feb 2011
Nice, fast browser. I can safely say that I don't really bother over the data mining... heck, they mine your data when you buy a loaf of bread with one of those rewards program cards.

I hope that 1Password support is forthcoming (keeps my default browser @ Firefox 4 Beta... now up to 12).
[Version 10.0.648.114]




Fenrisulf rated on 27 Feb 2011
[Version 1.0.1]



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Fenrisulf reviewed on 17 Jan 2011
Great for those who love emacs but need some Aqua integration (more than say Fink could give you)...

You either love it or hate it, but emacs is a powerful editor/environment.
[Version 2.1]



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Fenrisulf reviewed on 12 Dec 2010
I used the linux equivalent of this program for years. It's well worth it to give it a try... you'll be surprised how intuitive it is, in spite of what most would call it's "un-mac-like" interface.
[Version 0.8.5]



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Fenrisulf commented on 06 Aug 2010
Things would be fine if you didn't have to register to get stupid upgrades. I royally hate companies that require registrations for updates. Roxio used to do that, and for that, I stopped using them.

I use Virtualbox now anyway. If you don't care about Windows (and I don't), Virtualbox runs Linux like a dream on my 4GB Mini.
[Version 3.1]



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