FFOSS (Freeware/Free & Open Source Software) Friday

by Todd Ogasawara

Journler 2.5.3
Sat, 25 Aug 2007 10:34:58

Journler 2.5.3 is a Mac OS X donationware (free for personal use) journal (daily notebook) application. This latest version only works with Tiger (10.4.x). However, older versions of Journler (1.17) is available for Mac OS X 10.3.x or older.

Journler integrates with Apple's iLife suite and lets you add audio, photos, and video in your entries.

Panoramio: Submit Place Photos to Google Earth
Wed, 22 Aug 2007 22:27:37

OK, this is more of a request than my usual nano-commentary.

Panoramio: Photos of the World

...was acquired by Google last month (July 2007). If you download and install the latest version of Google Earth, you'll find that one its features displaying user submitted photos of places all over the world. This is great stuff (and a tremendous time waster :-). So, here's my request...

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Lightning: Mozilla Thunderbird Calendar Add-in
Wed, 22 Aug 2007 06:11:15

This has probably been around for a while. However, I only learned about the Mozilla Lightning add-on calendar project for the Mozilla Thunderbird email client (another on my must have list) a couple of days ago. It is listed along with the better known (to me anyway) Mozilla Sunbird standalone calendar client as a calendar project. I hope this add-on doesn't fade away along with Thunderbird after it is split off from the main Mozilla group.

Buzzword: Web Word Processor
Sun, 19 Aug 2007 21:22:26

I use Google Docs a lot and I'm always looking for the next web-based untethering app like it. So, I hopped over to...


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Got Open Data???


Jamie Phelps
2007-08-31 08:56:46
Actually, Journler requires a donation now for even personal use. See the Journler blog.
2007-08-31 09:16:34
The Personal Use License

Journler is donation-ware for personal use. That means the program is freely available for personal use only, although a donation is requested for your further use. If you cannot make a donation at this time, don't worry. There are no time or feature limitations built into the program.