Joel Levin
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Joellevin commented on 28 Feb 2010
Please offer a 64-bit version. On Snow Leopard, you have to quit and relaunch System Preferences to use this.
[Version 1.7.1]

Joellevin commented on 13 Feb 2010
The description is "Use your Mac"? ...what?
[Version 1.0 beta 2]

joellevin commented on 30 Aug 2009
Please please please make a new application icon. The current one hurts my sanity.
[Version 4.0.3846]


joellevin reviewed on 30 Apr 2009
Version 2.0 and above of this app is excellent. The interface is great, and I use it exclusively to keep Sparkle appcasts up-to-date. I highly recommend this app to anyone who gets tired of writing RSS feeds by hand, ever.
[Version 2.0.1]


joellevin reviewed on 21 Apr 2009
This application is really fantastic for learning music. I play guitar, and being able to slow down a song while trying to learn it is a really massively useful resource. I highly recommend this application to any muscians out there who don't want to look up tabs to learn a song.
[Version 1.0]


joellevin reviewed on 01 Apr 2009
Espresso has surprised me. I was initially largely unimpressed with it, as it seems to not have a lot of actual features. Coming from developing with Coda, it felt nearly useless.

However, I recently built a website exclusively with Espresso (as a good test of the software) and it was a pleasure. It doesn't have a ton of features, but it also does a good job of staying out of your way. Also, the merging features are really fantastic. It's almost like having a very unintrusive and clean SCM for development and publishing.

It leaves a little to be desired, but considering that it hasn't yet had a major update yet, I'd say it's pretty damn useful as it is. I look forward to using it for future web development.
[Version 1.0.1]

joellevin commented on 27 Mar 2009
Needs an iPhone app! :)
[Version 0.9.5]

joellevin commented on 01 Dec 2008
$20? Are you kidding me? Why not just open the terminal do it by hand, it's just as fast and free. Or, what about going to and doing their free domain lookup? I was about to download this, but the fact that it's $20 is a huge turnoff... if I really wanted a GUI app equivalent to this, I would just write one for myself for free in 10 minutes.

Give us some powerful features not available elsewhere if you're looking for $20.
[Version 1.0]

joellevin commented on 28 Nov 2008
In my experience, tar + bz2 is MUCH smaller resulting file sizes than tar + gz... just my two cents.
[Version 1.0]

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