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Ticonuck reviewed on 11 Mar 2010
Super easy to use, unobtrusive, and effective
[Version 1.1]



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Ticonuck reviewed on 22 Feb 2010
This is probably the easiest piece of software I've ever had to rate. Maybe I'm just indecisive, but I normally have to stop and debate with myself what exact rating to give. For 1Password, however, a 5-star rating seems so resoundingly deserved that I did not even have to stop and think. Whether I rate the app overall, or whether I rate the richness of its features, or its ease of use, or its value for the money, or its stability, it's always a resounding ✭✭✭✭✭.

Just one more way that 1Password has made my life easier. LOL.
[Version 3.0.9]


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Ticonuck replied on 22 Feb 2010
BTW that "✭✭✭✭&#10029" was supposed to be five stars. Oh, well.
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Ticonuck reviewed on 19 Feb 2010
Love it. Aside from a minor bug, this application is a huge help in keeping your eye on a large number of news sources in a more user friendly and intuitive way. Sure hope something very similar to this gets developed for the iPad. Hint, hint ;)
[Version 1.1.5]


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Ticonuck replied on 19 Feb 2010
I should clarify: the bug I sort of half referred to has been fixed, so far as I can tell. I don't know of any current bugs in this app.
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ticonuck reviewed on 04 Sep 2009
There are strengths and weaknesses in all of the competitor in this application category, including Things. But may I just say that I have used a variety of similar applications, most notably OmniFocus, quite extensively, and I really wish that Things had been around sooner, and had matured sooner. It could have saved me so much of the frustration that I experienced with those other apps.

It is very easy to use, and it has a very pleasant interface, and it is quite powerful, without being overwhelming, and without forcing you to use all of its features if you don't want to. I recommend you give it a try. Maybe it will be as good of a fit for you as it is with me.
[Version 1.2.1]



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ticonuck reviewed on 09 Jul 2009
I love it. This app will save me a lot of time, and without much of a learning curve, or initial setup time. Very powerful in terms of the number of tasks it can automate, and very flexible in how those tasks can be triggered. Probably one of the best software purchases I've made.
[Version 3.5]



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ticonuck reviewed on 15 Apr 2009
Very cool. So good I almost bought it despite the fact that I don't use archives much.
[Version 1.8]



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ticonuck reviewed on 20 Mar 2009
A beautiful piece of software. I only just discovered it, but it now has a home on my Hard Drive and even in my Dock. It is perfectly configurable and comes with a help file that is helpful and concise. It does its job very well, without being heavy on system resources. It really shouldn't be freeware.

Highly recommended. It's going to help me out tremendously!
[Version 1.5]



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ticonuck reviewed on 12 Mar 2009
I really like it. It's got a slick interface, it's rich in useful features, and it works beautifully. I haven't found any bugs, or weird system resource usage. It's got great customizability. In short, it does its job well and comprehensively. Definitely worth having. It really shouldn't be free.
[Version 1.1.5]



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ticonuck reviewed on 17 Dec 2008
I really only like Nucleus. The other 2 included games I probably won't play much at all. I find them way too hard right off the bat. And I find Firefall uninteresting (visually, and otherwise). But Nucleus alone might make the app worth it. So I ignored the other ones, and just rated Nucleus.

I like all the science elements - the black holes with their gravity wells, the electrons and the atoms - it's like something I might have dreamed up during a grade 7 science class.

I wouldn't mind being able to change the difficulty level, though. Because I'm not much of a gamer. I only play games sporadically, and I like to be coddled - less work, more pay-off. But that's just me.
[Version 1.0.7]



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ticonuck commented on 25 Oct 2008
It isn't obvious to me what the differences between MindNode Pro and MindNode are. Anyone? A nice comparative list of features for the 2 would be ideal, but I didn't see that on the developer's website or in the documentation. Maybe I didn't look hard enough.
[Version 1.0.2]


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ticonuck replied on 25 Oct 2008
Never mind. Found it here: http://www.mindnode.com/mindnode/mindnode/
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