FFOSS (Freeware/Free & Open Source Software) Friday

by Todd Ogasawara

Twitterrific

Sat, 30 Jun 2007 21:49:15

Twitterrific is a Mac OS X (Tiger) client for the Twitter, uh, how do you describe it? Minimalist social blogging service? It lets you both post and read tweets. Be sure to read the brief installation instructions before firing it up for the first time.




Microsoft Windows Live Folders: 500MB Free Online Storage

Wed, 27 Jun 2007 22:52:26

Microsoft Windows Live Folders

Microsoft Windows Live Folders gives you 500MB of free online storage. It may not seem much compared to some of the other online storage services. On the other hand, it is free, looks simple to use, and should be around for a while.


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Google Docs Gets Organized (and a new look)

Tue, 26 Jun 2007 22:18:50

Google Docs new look as of June 26, 2007

I use Google Docs daily (usually several times day). So, I was a bit surprised to see its new look and features when I logged in tonight. So, I headed over to the official Google Blog and got the details at...


More organizing tools


The major feature addition is the ability to create personal folders to organize documents.




Ardour: Digital Audio Workstation 0.99.3

Mon, 25 Jun 2007 23:20:00

The Ardour Digital Audio Workstation is an Open Source Mac OS X (and Linux) application that is a multichannel audio editor. Its web site says it has unlimited undo and redo, unlimited tracks, timecode synchronization, and bunch of other high-end (IMHO) audio editing features.