Eric Christian
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Eforrest reviewed on 25 Sep 2009
This is one of the most useful apps I've ever bought. I got it to solve a small problem while blogging that MarsEdit was lacking: I wanted to make unordered lists from sets of paragraphs. If that's all it did, it would be well worth the price for me.

And for a long time, that's all I used it for.

Then I needed to do a few things in my HTML editor and realized that I could probably get BlogAssist to do it for me. That got me looking at more that I could do with it, and now I use it all the time for those pesky HTML operations.

Sure, I could probably figure out some AppleScript thing to do all of this. But I'm lazy ("the developer's friend in customers") and just want to work rather than make software tools. BlogAssist is an outstanding value.

The only drawback to BlogAssist is really a drawback in other applications: not everything supports the service menu. I use the copy-BlogAssist Menu-paste triplet which solves that problem for most operations.

(I actually liked the fact that it was autoloaded at startup. Otherwise I'd not remember it was there.)
[Version 2.2.3]


eforrest reviewed on 29 Nov 2008
When I moved from the PC to Mac, I realized I missed my old password vault app. After a few months, I picked up 1Password. I cannot believe how dependent I now am on this app, much more than I was on any previous password manager I've owned. It's great to help prevent phishing (if 1Password doesn't recognize the site, it doesn't get the password) and for creating better passwords. I now use unique passwords on every site and don't have to worry about recalling them. I use both Firefox and Safari: with 1Password I don't care which browser I used when creating a password.

Regularly updated, too. I would comment on the how-to videos but I just started using it immediately and never needed to look at it.

This would be required on every Mac I use.
[Version 2.9.5b2]

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