DiskLibrary is a fun and easy to use media cataloging application for Mac OS X . DiskLibrary is indispensable if you have a lot of media to keep track of. DiskLibrary catalogs not just your complete file structure, it also creates thumbnails, and stores metadata, for most popular media formats. DiskLibrary is capable of importing export formats from CDFinder, FileFinder, WhereIsIt, DiskCatalogMaker X and DiskTracker.
I’ve been a Mac user for many years now and a business owner for just as many. I’ve needed apps for everything from invoicing and time tracking to contact and money management. I’ve used literally hundreds of applications over the past few years and know how frustrating it can be to find something that works for you.
If you are into a lot of different projects,organizations, or any other time when you have to juggle many different things at once then the app Journler is for you. I thought about doing a podcast on this but the folks a TUAW have beat me to it and done a much better job than I could have. After the Jump check out the 2 Different postings from TUAW on the app.
I was not able to write anything better than the web site states its self. Here is the excerpt from the home page.
RCDefaultApp is a Mac OS X 10.2 or higher preference pane that allows a user to set the default application used for various URL schemes, file extensions, file types, MIME types, and Uniform Type Identifiers (or UTIs; MacOS 10.4 only). MacOS X uses the extension and file type settings to choose the application when opening a file in Finder, while Safari and other applications use the URL and MIME type settings at other times for content not related to a file (such as an [...]
Internet blogger and x-Microsoft employee Robert Scoble has bought and changed over to the Macbook Pro. As part of his switch he asked his over 2,000 twitter followers to suggest some must have mac applications. Follow the link to his blog Scobleizer.com for the full list and comments. Below is a short excerpt form his posting.
Every New Mac User should be ready to try some new applications to make life easier. Quicksilver is where you really need to start. On the front end it is a Launcher application. There is yet be be anything to compare on the windows side and it would be an insult to the program to try. As you get into Quicksilver you will see that it can do so so so much more than launch applications. You can add calendar events, todo's, and many many more things. Over at the lifehacker blog today Adam has put together a great set of videos to show you how to get into the Quicksilver life style.