Björn Sackemark
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Celebritarian rated on 31 Dec 2010
[Version 3.3.0]

Celebritarian rated on 31 Dec 2010
[Version 2.0.5]

Celebritarian rated on 31 Dec 2010
[Version 0.24b8]


celebritarian reviewed on 11 Apr 2007
I love it! "Norton Commander" interface, the split window style, is a wonderful way to browse - and manage - your filesystem. Total control, indeed.

I love the shortcuts: F8 will delete things, holding shift auto-selects files in the list and copy/paste, duplicate stuff and making new folders is so simple.

And it's beautiful, too! I really appreciate that muCommander is both cross-platform and available in a portable (USB stick) friendly version: Next time, while tweaking a new Linux distribution, I know which app I'll download after the first boot :-)

Oh, backspace takes you back in your filesystem. And Enter (Retun) will do that thing switchers (and experienced OS X users, too) miss in the Finder: Opening a file or folder.

Cross-platform, an application that's sort of its own iceland, but yet integrated with OS X in a nice way, updates at least once a week... Finder + muCommander = a pure Mac OS X experience, always ready to drop some heavy files, lifting and re-organize thousands of files or cleaning the desktop in a flash.

And well, it's free too :-)
[Version 0.8b3]


celebritarian reviewed on 09 Apr 2007
A wonderful experience - completely different, yet not very different from other applications. It works in its own way and it must have been coded wonderfully, since the program have itsw own feeling that is very nice to work within.. Except the obvious things that you can do with Circus Ponies' app. Including:

* Get your lists written in a beautiful and effic ient way
* Serious brainstorming, while keeping everyuthing structured
* Collect small notes in a searchable app that is easy to use, yet really ENTERTAINING to use. (For some reason?)
* Make your ideas and other stuff you'll write down look real sweet. (Don't under-estimate the power of beauty: You'll _want_ to open this application, just because of the UI)
* The context menu in Safari, to mention one application, will help you by 'Clip to Clipping Page in "aNoteBookName" '. Or simply "Clip and Annotate".

If you might need something similar now or soon, download it instantly, honestly. Try it out and well, in 30 days you will have made up your mind whether you need what you have been using or not.

--> Personally, I hate the fact that OmniOutliner and Circus Ponies' NoteBook really is competitors, in my opinion: If I'm using NoteBook for about everything -- I do ignore the rapid, small yet advanced OmniOutliner.

When I'm adding something to my big I-Want-All-These-Things-Now type of document, which I did create in OOPro, I do feel some doubts: I don't know which will be most useful (and therefor useful all the time).

RATING: x x x x x / x x x x x  of course.

DEVONthink user, too (like me)? Well, some of the features will seem redundant to you, since Dt takes care of them with its great deal of power:

NoteBook will however _always_ be the best application for writing things done - including:

KIT, NoteMind, TextEdit, EagleFiler, Actiontastic, iGTD [yeah, I know: but both OmniOutliner and NoteBook could imitate these two apps' feats. in a minute or two]... More great apps: TextMate, DEVONthink Pro, DEVONnote, Pro or non-pro versions of DEVONthink and OmniOutliner...

All these apps are great at tasks that is considered the main features of each task. And yes: I do think every app above is worth buying!

(.. but yeah, I still feel I want to buy one
more program. I have both of the two GTD apps installed. DEVONthink Professional, OmniOutliner Professional, EagleFiler... and yes, Circus Ponies' NoteBook -- I have purchased all of these apps.)

Most of these apps have about the same features (and reasons to exist) - all apps will sort your head at least a bit when you're at the computer, and collect and manage... I think you're starting to get what I mean :-)

Download this NoteBook now, though. Really. And I also hope you will find one or two of these apps recently mentioned useful and invaluable  I think so about all of them (basically). However, I do feel the need of all of them!

And now I will stop rambling: >>> Ask yourself what you would really like to do (or have the possibility to do faster/more efficient on your Mac.

Try all apps, without including the one without your purpose as their head purpose. Find one that will suit you (probably about every organizer/manager with good ratings here MU).

Good Luck!
[Version 2.1v254]


celebritarian reviewed on 15 Dec 2006
My girlfriend loves it. Integrated and from scratch network gaming is amazing. Wonderful sounds, colors and graphical effects (honestly!). They're subtle but important, like the bumpings when you hit the ground, or the effects when you're doing a line (no pun intended)...

If this isn't T*tris at its VERY BEST, then what is? I love the fact that Quinn is made for Mac OS X - we're not exactly spoiled with great games, but Quinn is worth 5 games for PC. Small but addictive :-)

Thank you!
[Version 3.4.5]

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