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Adium is a free instant messaging application for Mac OS X, released under the GNU GPL and developed by the Adium team. With Adium, you can connect to any number of messaging accounts on any combination of supported messaging services and then chat with other people using those services.
Adium supports Facebook Chat, AIM (OSCAR), ICQ, Yahoo!, Yahoo! Japan, MSN, Jabber, Google Talk, Lotus Sametime, Bonjour, MySpace IM, Novell GroupWise, QQ, and Gadu-Gadu.
Amigo is a Facebook notification client and launch pad for the Mac. It lives discretely in your menu bar, giving you quick and easy access to all your friends on Facebook. Once installed on your computer, Amigo will also notify you when you have new messages or notifications.
BlogAssist is a handy tool to help weblog and website editing by making HTML markup easier.
There are three easy ways to use it: you can use whichever one you prefer, or all three as desired.
1. The System Menu: BlogAssist adds a small menu to the right-hand side of the menubar in all applications. You can simply select and copy some text into the clipboard, choose a suitable operation from the menu, then paste the result in the desired location. The text will have been transformed like magic.
2. The Services Menu: BlogAssist also appears in the Services menu, available in most applications.
3. The Floating Window: This is similar to the Services menu panel, but can be left open as long as you like. It floats above all other windows, always available. It can be hidden and shown via the BlogAssist system menu. With the floating window displayed, you simply drag text to one or both of its Value fields, choose an operation from the included pop-up menu, then drag the formatted HTML from the Result field. Like the Services panel, this window includes a convenient preview of how the HTML will be rendered in a web page.
A Cocoa del.icio.us Client for Mac OS X.
Delibar is a full featured Delicious and Pinboard Mac client. Delibar focuses on giving Mac OS X users an easy and quick tool for searching, managing and sharing their bookmarks.
ecto is a feature-rich desktop blogging client for MacOSX, supporting a wide range of weblog systems, such as Blogger, Blojsom, Drupal, MovableType, Nucleus, SquareSpace, TypePad, WordPress, and more.
ecto is designed to make blogging much easier and yet give the users as much power as possible to manage their weblogs.
With ecto you can write and manage entries for your weblog(s). You can compose entries offline and use the extra features ecto offers, such as spellcheck, creating links, attachments, and much more. ecto is a native Mac OS X application, and offers you a more powerful and easier to use editing interface than your blog's built in control panel.
FlickrExport for iPhoto 2.0.15
This plugin for iPhoto provides a direct export interface to Flickr.com
Flickr Uploadr 3.0.5
You can drag and drop from iPhoto or the Finder, and upload your photos in batches.
FMenu is a menu extra providing customizable Growl notifications about various Facebook events, a menu to easily access common Facebook pages, and a count of your messages, pokes, events, friend requests, wall posts, and photo comments.
With the Last.fm software, the tracks you listen to on your computer will be "scrobbled" to your musical profile so you can share and compare your music taste with friends. Also, listen to personalised radio streams, recommend music to friends and discover new music - all from your desktop.
MarsEdit is a weblog editor for Mac OS X that makes weblog writing like writing email - with spell-checking, drafts, multiple windows, and even AppleScript support.
It works with various weblog systems: WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, Movable Type, LiveJournal, Drupal, and Vox and others.
1001 is a desktop client to be used in conjunction with Flickr, the online photo-sharing website. 1001 not only uploads photos to your Flickr account, it notifies you anytime new photos from either your contacts, everyone, or your favorite tags are uploaded. 1001 allows you to step into the stream of photos passing through Flickr and to quickly see what's new at the moment. Just run the app in the background and if triggered, 1001 pops up a small unobtrusive window to notify you of new photos.
Never miss a hot track again. Peel is an MP3 blog reader and player rolled into one. Subscribe and stream music the minute it becomes available!
So, what are MP3 blogs?
They are also known as musicblogs or audioblogs and have become increasingly popular since the beginning of 2003. According to Wikipedia an MP3 blog is a type of weblog in which the creator makes music files, normally in the MP3 format, available for download.
The easy way to find, edit, and share your photos
Manage your photos in one place, and find photos you forgot you had
Eliminate scratches & blemishes, fix red-eye, crop and more
Turn photos into movies, collages, slideshows and more
Upload seamlessly to Picasa Web Albums to share with friends, family & the world
Picasa Web Albums Uploader 1.3
Now there are two easy ways for Mac users to upload photos to Picasa Web Albums -- an iPhotoplug-in and a drag-and-drop standalone application. This one download contains everything you need to get started with either method.
The Picasa Web Albums Exporter is a plug-in that lives right inside iPhoto. Select photos, choose Export in the File or Share menu, and upload them directly to your web album.
For a standalone application
The Picasa Web Albums Uploader is a small application just for uploading your photos to your web album -- simply drag photos from the Finder and click the Upload button. Use this method if you want to upload photos or folders of photos that aren't in iPhoto, add captions to your photos before you upload them, and search your Mac for recently added photos.
PictureSync is a convenient utility that simplifies batch uploading your photos and video clips to online services, - directly from your image-management application or files, whilst preserving your own valuable annotations and metadata.
Works with: Buzznet, Flickr, Fotki, FotoTime, Photobucket, Shutterfly, Webshots, Facebook, etc.
A shiny, new browser. Just for you.
Facebook. Twitter. YouTube. Tumblr. CNN. Gmail. 100% customizable
A MySpace Client.
Add friends without even thinking. Simply select users you'd like to know and Spyder does the rest.
Target other user's friends for sending messages or friend requests.
Keep everyone informed. With Spyder it's easy to post comments and let your friends and everyone else hear what you want to say. You can choose an alternate non-HTML comment to post when users don't accept HTML comments.
Stay connected. Send, receive and reply to messages. If people send you images in a message those will show up too.
Post bulletins! You can even set your bulletins to automatically re-post.
Got an Apple TV, video iPod, or iPhone and want more content for it? Wish you could watch YouTube on your TV or iPod? Like to keep copies of your favorite internet videos on your Mac? TubeTV is a new freeware program for Mac OS X Tiger and above which enables you to search for, save, and convert Google Video and YouTube videos to a format suitable for playback on your favorite devices.
Twitterrific is a fun little application that lets you both read and publish posts or "tweets" to the Twitter community website. The application's user interface is clean, concise and designed to take up a minimum of real estate on your Mac's desktop.
To get started, visit the Twitter home page to sign up for an account for use with Twitterrific. Twitter accounts are free, take only minutes to set up and are a great way to stay connected with people around the globe.
Xjournal is a LiveJournal client for Mac OS X which supports offline editing, music detection, and history search.
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