5 06 2007

It’s been a while since I last posted an entry here on my blog. That’s just because I’m… well, me – let me explain. You see, I get excited easily, and when I do, I tend to get engrossed with that which I am excited about and leave other things behind. But my excitement has the tendency to easily die down. When I first started this blog, I was really excited and kept posting at least two posts per day. Then I became a post per day. Then a post per week. Then a post per month. Then zero. I may not be making any sense here, but here I am, posting again and the excitement is on once more.

This may not make any sense, so I’ll just go right back at the topic: WordPressDash. WordPressDash is a Dashboard widget for the MacOSX which enables its users to quickly post articles on their wordpress blog, right from their dashboard! It’s a small application, only 84kB in size when zipped.

What’s so cool about it? Well, it’s a dashboard widget! All you need to do to write articles to your blog is to press F12 and start typing right away. No need to load your browser, and then log-in to your blog and all that. However, there are a few set-backs. As of version 0.4, the one I’m currently using, you still can’t put in any styles or any hyperlinks and images. You can assign categories to your article, but you can’t create categories.

Here’s a screenshot:WordPressDash

I guess it can be used to create quick posts which you can then later edit (if you want to insert hyperlink and styles and images) later in the day.


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5 08 2008

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