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BlogJet - new Windows client [May. 28th, 2004|01:41 pm]
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BlogJet is a new Windows client for LiveJournal with WYSIWYG editor. It definitely should be added to Windows Clients list.

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<p><a href="http://www.blogjet.com/">BlogJet</a> is a new Windows client for <font color="#004080"><font color="#0080c0">Live</font>Journal</font> with WYSIWYG editor. It definitely should be added to Windows Clients list.</p>
<p><span bold; font-style: italic;?><strong><font color="#ff7f00">Benefits</font></strong></span><lj-raw></p>
<li>BlogJet is the only application from <em>Windows Clients</em> list that has&nbsp;a WYSIWYG editor.</li>
<li>It has LJ-CUT tag implemented in interesting and usable way.</li>
<li>It has multiple accounts support.</li>
<li>It can automatically upload images / other file to FTP server.</li>
<li>You can record voice and post it along with your journal entry.</li></ul>
<p>See <a href="http://www.blogjet.com/screenshots/">screenshots here</a>.</p>
<p><strong><font color="#008080">Disadvantages</font></strong></p></lj-raw><lj-raw>
<li>BlogJet is not free - $19.95 for a copy.</li>
<li>Currently, it doesn't support extended <font color="#0080c0">Live</font><font color="#004080">Journal</font> tags (mood, now-playing, etc.)</li></ul>
<p>Can it be added to <a href="http://www.livejournal.com/download/?platform=Windows">http://www.livejournal.com/download/?platform=Windows</a>&nbsp;?</p></lj-raw><lj-raw>

[User Picture]From: blogjet
2004-05-28 10:14 am (UTC)
Okay. Then what for is this list? Is it for users? Is it to help them find the client that best suits their needs, or just for holy wars free vs. paid? I do not mind if BlogJet won't be included - users will find it somewhere else, not in this list.
But why? Why LJ was created if everyone can make his own website? To simplify this process, to HELP users, help them communicate with each other. So why not help users finding the appropriate client? Why they don't know about BlogWizard, and what else you've enlisted here?
This is my point. Why not create the good up-to-date list of clients to help people? With w.Bloggar, BlogWizard, BlogJet, whatever? I could help with compiling this list.
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[User Picture]From: shmivejournal
2004-05-28 10:18 am (UTC)
I'm just a random guy, I have no pull with Livejournal. I said what I wanted to say, I'm done.
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