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Mac OSX apps I currently use.

Michael Arrington (of TechCrunch fame) recently posted his fifth annual list of the tech products he loves and uses every day. Paul Stamatiou updates his Stuff I Use page regularly. People often ask me what apps I use, so here goes in the quickest and easiest way I know how – Flickr with notes*



(if it’s too small to read, you might want to click through!)

* Want to do this yourself? Try this script (which I used) or Mbedr. :-)

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  • Anonymous

    A good app which has only just caught my eye is Viewfinder. http://connectedflow.com/viewfinder/

    It’s a flickr search tool that pulls together CC images and makes the process of downloading them to your computer a little easier. It’s either free (where you wait 30secs before it downloads) or £15 for paid version.

    You might like it as it’s good for finding images to use in blog posts.

  • http://johnjohnston.info/blog johnjohnston

    I posted mine a while back on flickr:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/troutcolor/199521645/
    But was too lazy to add many notes.
    I prefer iMovie 09 now and GarageBand over audacity (horses for courses). I see you use ImageWell which I must use every day very sweet wee app. Apps I would not like to live without: SuperCard and TextMate.

  • http://www.josepicardo.com José Picardo

    Nice list Doug. Will be investigating a few of those. Thanks for sharing :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for sharing, Doug. The Movies app has helped my wife and I ‘negotiate’ which movie to watch this evening ‘The Lovely Bones’ or ‘Invictus’ … :0)

    • http://dougbelshaw.com Doug Belshaw

      No problem! I think I can guess who’s rooting for which movie… ;-)