James Governor, a.k.a. monkchips, mentioned to me, not long ago, how I should have another look into Windows Live Writer as another powerful offline client, next to Qumana, which is my current default, for the time being. At the time I was not really very sure about it, so I put it in my to-do … Continue reading Goodbye Qumana, Hello Windows Live Writer?!?
I am sure that by now most of you out there who are in the know of popular offline weblogging tools would probably know that there is a new beta release, v. b5, of Qumana ready for download. In case you haven’t seen it just yet, Jon Husband also created a great weblog post over … Continue reading Qumana – Still My Default Offline Weblogging Tool
Folks who may have been reading from elsua for some time now would probably remember how fond I have been all along about one of my favourite offline weblogging tools available out there: Qumana. I have weblogged a few times already about it under the name of QumanaXP, specially since they have been working on … Continue reading New Qumana Beta Release – It Surely Is Easier then Ever
You would remember how in the past I have been weblogging a number of different times about what my experience with QumanaXP has been all along ever since it went into a public beta. Initially there were some issues that were addressed and fixed in the second beta release, but not all of them. In … Continue reading QumanaXP – My New Default Weblogging Tool
If you would remember, in the past I have been weblogging a couple of times about the beta release from Qumana that would allow you to post content in multiple weblogs in a seamless and very user friendly manner. Indeed, QumanaXP has done some really great work so far by releasing a new beta client, … Continue reading QumanaXP – Fixing Up Some Issues but Not There Just Yet
I cannot believe this ! Last week Friday you would remember how I have been weblogging about the latest beta available from Qumana, QumanaXP and how much I liked the experience overall regarding the different new possibilities of sharing knowledge in your weblogs in a much more user friendly way and without hardly any effort. … Continue reading Using QumanaXP in Conjunction with Roller Does not Seem to Be a Popular Option Right Now
If you have been reading elsua for quite some time now you would know that in most cases I am actually making use of different third party weblogging tools in order to share content. So far my favourite one is w.bloggar although Qumana comes pretty close, too, in the second place. Indeed, I have been … Continue reading QumanaXP Public Beta Launched – So Close!
Today was the day where I was back at work trying to weblog in my Intranet weblog and to take things for a spin I decided to see how the Performancing for FireFox extension from FireFox would work. If you would remember, not long ago, I created a couple of weblog posts on my overall … Continue reading Will Performancing For FireFox, Qumana and Flock Ever Work with Roller Weblogger?
Yesterday I mentioned briefly how there is a new version of Qumana out there and although I did not talked about it too much I thought it would be worth while now including a few lines on the subject. To start with, if you head over to the Qumana Blog you will be able to find … Continue reading New version of Qumana Available
Some time ago I mentioned in another weblog post how for as long as I have been weblogging both in my Intranet and my Internet weblogs I have been using w.bloggar as my main weblogging tool. However, even though I have enjoyed the experience quite a lot so far, I am finding out that ever since … Continue reading The Temptations of Qumana