Aug, 29 2005

Snippet Mind public beta version available now!

Today we released the first public beta version of Snippet Mind.

Snippet Mind is a powerful easy-to-use journal application featuring iPod integration, Spotlight search, weblog and .Mac support.

Snippet Mind lets you import, organize, search and publish journal entries quickly and easily. Snippet Mind lets you store all off your journal entries in one single place, organized into journals that you create. You may publish your journals to your .Mac account or a folder on a local volume. While Snippet Mind is a powerful tool, its user interface is incredibly straightforward and easy to use. A medium experienced Mac OS X user will be able to be highly productive in a very short time.

Main Features
– Organize your thoughts with the help of color-coded journals, categories and labels.
– Publish your journal as weblog to your .Mac account or a local volume.
– Choose from a number of pre-defined layouts to give your weblog a unique look.
– You don’t need to know any HTML, RSS, or whatever to publish your weblog.
– Export your journals to your iPod. A great way to keep important information right at hand.
– Spotlight and search support.
– Works hand-in-hand with NetNewsWire, PulpFiction or any other newsreader that supports the “External Weblog Editor Interface”.
– Import and export of Microsoft Word, Rich Text (RTF, RTFD), HTML and text files.
– Supports RSS 0.92, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0 and Atom 0.3.

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