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Best blogging webapps?

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Ask Lifehacker Reader: Best blogging webapps? My favorites include del.icio.us for remaindered links, Flickr for posting photos, and WordPress for posting overall. (The software that makes posting to Lifehacker feel like I’m sticking hot pins in my eyes, MovableType? Not so much.) :P What webapps would you nominate for the bloggies? I am interested in fringe apps that have not received much press.

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  1. Oskar Syahbana (3 comments.) says:

    Let’s see… Camino on MacOS that I’m using to post and do blogwalking? :)

  2. Chris Meller (10 comments.) says:

    He said webapps… Camino / Firefox / Safari don’t count. :)

    I’d have to say WordPress is my favorite webapp right now. It’s come so far in the past 6 months, just imagine where it’ll be in another 6 months or a year…

    I guess I really don’t use many other truly web-based apps. I’d love to find a version of Furl / del.icio.us / Wink / etc / etc /etc that would truly fit my needs and feature a layout that isn’t ass ugly. Who’d have thought that essentially “online organized bookmarks” would be such a hard thing to develop?

    I know that didn’t really relate to anything about your question, but just in case there are any talented programmers reading that have extra time (and money?) on their hands and want something to work on…

    FeedLounge would be tops on my list as well (and honestly, it’s really the only other webapp I use).

    And the first person that mentions GMail is going to get smacked with a wet fish. When there’s a GMail-esk webmail client I can download and put on my self-hosted mail server, we’ll talk… (hint hint to those aspiring programmers I just mentioned). ;)

  3. Cena says:

    If you’re a bookfiend like me, you’ll probably like Library Elf, which allows you to track your checked out books, received emails of due dates/overdue reminders, etc., and LibraryThing, which allows you to keep an online, taggable, searchable library of your own books.

  4. Cena says:

    If you’re a bookfiend like me, you’ll probably like Library Elf, which allows you to track your checked out books, received emails of due dates/overdue reminders, etc., and LibraryThing, which allows you to keep an online, taggable, searchable library of your own books.

  5. Cesar Cardoso (1 comments.) says:

    Chris: check out RoundCubeMail

    As for webapps stuff, there’s not much to escape from Flickr/WP/del.icio.us :)

  6. Xavez (1 comments.) says:

    Most definately xdforum, the forum plugin for wordpress! (for an example, look here)

  7. Chris Meller (10 comments.) says:

    Oh sweet momma! *downloads RoundCubeMail*

    Add that to my list… :)



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