Nathan Wright
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Nullset reviewed on 21 May 2012
A brilliant and simple app that does exactly what I needed it to do. Had to take hundreds of screenshots of an existing app and organize them into a readable document. What would have been a horribly painful task became almost easy and enjoyable (well, as enjoyable as busy work can be). Fantastic and stable app, even with hundreds of screenshots in a single document.

My only request would be the ability to make images in the document clickable, perhaps taking the user to a different page with a zoomed in view (so the user can see both the reason why the screenshot was taken, and the context surrounding that screenshot).

Honestly though, it's damn near perfect for my needs.
[Version 1.1.1]

Nullset rated on 01 Sep 2011
[Version 2.4.2]

Nullset commented on 20 May 2010
Wow, that's service ... Amazon announced Reduced Redundancy Storage on Wednesday, and the next day Arq has been updated to support it. Gotta love those dedicated developers :)
[Version 1.4]


Nullset reviewed on 13 May 2010
Absolutely terrific software. Backs up flawlessly each time, restoring is easy too. Price is a bit high, but given that there aren't any other automatic S3 backup programs (other than JungleDisk) and given that Arq has such a nice, simple, and easy to use interface I'm inclined to overlook it that minor complaint.
[Version 1.3.15]


Nullset reviewed on 10 Mar 2010
Fantastic little app, and the developer is very responsive. Made a feature request and it appeared within a week or so in a new version. Well worth the money ... if it saves you even once you'll be happy you invested in it.
[Version 1.1.4]

Nullset commented on 30 Jan 2010
Always been happy with Firefox in the past, but 3.6 seems to be very buggy. I've had dozens of crashes in the last few days, even when not actively using the browser (no windows open).
[Version 3.6]


Nullset reviewed on 26 Jan 2010
Shoot, what can I say, I'm impressed. I own both VMWare and Parallels (newest versions of each) and VirtualBox appears to be both faster *and* less memory hungry than both of these products. Haven't used VirtualBox extensively yet, but from what I see so far I'm actually looking forward to using Windows occasionally (at least as much as a person *can* look forward to using Windows).
[Version 3.1.2]

Nullset commented on 11 Jan 2010
Expensive -- almost prohibitively so -- but a very nice and solid program (especially if you can get it at a discount). Handles MySQL/Postgres/Oracle (SQLite support is lacking), SSH tunnels, backups, the works.
[Version 8.1.7]


nullset reviewed on 26 Nov 2007
This is one of those rare applications that actually *is* more useful than it first appears. It has quickly become my "memory manager" ... everything goes in here, from frequently used commands, to code snippets, to registrations and vacation receipts. Couldn't live without it.

Now if I could get a way to sync libraries between computers or access my library from a web interface ... :)
[Version 2.0.2]

nullset commented on 22 Nov 2007
Absolutely genius app. Simple, effective, and no restart required.
[Version 1.1]

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