Peter Sichel
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Peter Sichel reviewed on 24 May 2010
ShutterBug is a deceptively powerful website creation tool. By building in the basic structure of a navigable website with photo content, separating content from layout, and providing customizable and reusable template components, ShutterBug allows me to work more quickly and flexibly than anything else I've seen. It's stable, powerful, flexible, and doesn't disappoint. One of its clever features is that you can add pages to the navigation list that refer to existing external pages allowing you to gradually replace individual pages of an existing website. I was able to convert and expand portions of my existing GoLive based website in a matter of days with surprisingly good results. Any pages I update frequently, I'm now converting to ShutterBug.

About the only things ShutterBug doesn't handle gracefully are anchors within a web page and HTML tables, but there are work arounds for the later. When I had a question about creating generic Next and Previous page links, the developer was quick to respond.

There is a modest learning curve to using ShutterBug, but it's not much harder than iWeb. While RapidWeaver gets a lot of attention these days, it's more expensive and expects you keep buying add-on templates. ShutterBug is simpler and includes ImageWell for working with your images. For what I wanted, ShutterBug offers terrific value.
[Version 2.5.6]



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Peter Sichel commented on 14 May 2009
This appears to no longer be working. If you are looking for a Macintosh native alternative, I recently added an SNMP MIB Browser and SNMPd Config tool to IPNetMonitorX.
[Version 0.1]



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Peter Sichel reviewed on 10 Mar 2009
This is my favorite password manager and I've tried several. The focus is on storing and organizing your passwords (or other sensitive data), and a clever yet general way to have the program type them for you when needed.

The work flow with Password wallet is to find the wallet item you want, and then press a button to copy or view the password, or take you to the corresponding website and type your username and password for you. Other password managers focus more on web browser integration, recognizing which password goes with the page you're currently browsing, but they trade-off some generality and simplicity as a result. PasswordWallet is simple, reliable, and gets the job done. The free iPhone version makes it convenient to keep your passwords or sensitive account numbers with you.

I've recommended this to several clients and they always love it.
[Version 4.4.4]



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