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Apr 30

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Time Palette displays the current local time for any city, renders real-time, photorealistic maps of the world with correct sun and moon shading, and calculates a wealth of global time, geographic, astronomical and weather data.

Since its debut more than a decade ago, Time Palette has become the leading global time tool on the Macintosh platform and has been honored by ZDNet with an Editor’s Pick Award.

"An indispensable tool for the international business traveler." -MacReview

 

Alarms: Twelve independent alarms can be set for any time zone. These can be used to remind you when the markets close in Hong Kong, or when business opens in Sydney or Dubai.
Schedules: Conference calls which span the world can be placed at the right time to be convenient for all, whether in New York or Tokyo.
Almanac: Complete details on sunrise/set and moonrise/set are displayed for any city and date along with the phase of the moon, hours of daylight and lighting conditions.
Map: Is it light or dark in Argentina? High resolution, real-time maps show the world in exquisite detail. Areas of twilight and night are shown with accurate city lighting and moonlight.

Distance: Calculating your frequent flier miles/kilometers has never been easier. The Distance panel handles multiple and open-jaw trips, helping you to maximize your air itineraries.

Weather: Time Palette brings you weather information from NOAA. Updated frequently throughout the day, reports give you access to current weather conditions around the world

Normal Price: $29.95

ZOT Price: $10.00

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Apr 28

We’ve had many people write in telling us how great BrowseBack – by the team at SmileOnMyMac is.

We’ve had lot of suggestions as well.

Suggestion:

1. Use it when paypal (or similar site breaks) and you’re trying to explain what was happening when the site broke.

BrowseBack has a feature that allows you to browse to a page in your history, and email that page to somebody as a pdf.

2. You remember that a site has a bright green background, but you can’t remember the name of the site.

In BB, you can quickly find all the possible pages that match your criteria.

3. Go crazy following the first links on blogs. You’ll create a whole map of first linked blogs – could be valuable as a tool to discover what the zeitgeist is from a group of connected bloggers.

… and many more.

Based on this feedback, we’re going to keep BrowseBack running through the weekend.

Download the application (Using the Try button on the home page

Then, chime in on the Blog here to let us know what you think.

The taking-your-feedback-to-heart team at MacZOT!

Apr 28

We’ve had many people write in telling us how great BrowseBack – by the team at SmileOnMyMac is.

We’ve had lot of suggestions as well.

Suggestion:

1. Use it when paypal (or similar site breaks) and you’re trying to explain what was happening when the site broke.

BrowseBack has a feature that allows you to browse to a page in your history, and email that page to somebody as a pdf.

2. You remember that a site has a bright green background, but you can’t remember the name of the site.

In BB, you can quickly find all the possible pages that match your criteria.

3. Go crazy following the first links on blogs. You’ll create a whole map of first linked blogs – could be valuable as a tool to discover what the zeitgeist is from a group of connected bloggers.

… and many more.

Based on this feedback, we’re going to keep BrowseBack running through the weekend.

Download the application (Using the Try button on the home page

Then, chime in on the Blog here to let us know what you think.

The taking-your-feedback-to-heart team at MacZOT!

Apr 27
BrowseBack by SmileOnMyMac

browseback is the web history visualization tool that lets you easily find and retrieve web pages you’ve visited. browseback stores a PDF of every web page visited and makes the pages accessible through a unique interface that allows the user to browse thumbnails of the pages. This visual web history can also be searched by content.

Best of Show at Macworld 2006!

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BrowseBack by SmileOnMyMac

Better than Bookmarks. More helpful than History.
“I saw this great thing on the web but I can’t remember where.” It happens to everyone. Bookmarks are only as good as your ability to predict the future. History is just a collection of page titles that are only as informative as the web designer who wrote them. And neither one enables you to search the content of the pages visited. browseback saves page content in a compressed PDF format that can be searched by keyword–you can even use Spotlight!

Works with multiple browsers
You can use browseback with Safari, Firefox, OmniWeb, Opera, Camino, Internet Explorer and Netscape. Use more than one browser? No problem–all your web history will be available in one place with browseback.

Doesn’t this take up a lot of hard drive space?
Nope. browseback saves all the text content as you browse, and only retrieves the image files when you need a PDF of the page. You can limit how many days of history you want saved and how much hard drive space browseback can use.

Ahem. What if I don’t want a record of EVERYTHING I’ve browsed?
Not a problem. browseback can exclude whatever domains you choose, which is handy for online banking account, web-based email… or whatever.


With the cool bright lime background,
it’s easy to spot MacZOT pages in browseback!

"browseback has also saved my bacon on more than one occasion when trying to find specialty products for clients who then call you back 2 months later and say "go ahead" (now where did I find it again?)." - Ian Campbell, Global Graphics

Normal Price $29.95

ZOT Price: $19.95 save 33%

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Apr 26

Just one word: wonderful! It’s only the first day of use and I love it!
-Nicola

I really like what you’ve done with Chat Transcript Manager. Reducing my nearly 6,000 transcripts to one SQLite database is a godsend, and the interface is sweet. Thanks.
-Kem

I’ve been using Chat Transcript Manager since you released it to keep track of my work-related chat logs (since I use both Adium X or iChat from time to time), and it has helped me out an amazing amount simply because I only have to look in one place for stuff that I’d otherwise have to search in two places for.
-Ian

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Search Reinvented
Why search only for text? Narrow the search by the date, participants, or chat content!
iChat and Adium X Support
Supports chat transcripts from the most popular chat applications.
Fast Transcripts Import
Using its own database makes searches lightning fast.
Customizable Chat Display
Various styles to display chat transcripts.
Transcript Picture Management
Find and view the pictures embedded in chat transcripts and save them to another location.
Find Links In Chats
Can’t remember the link a friend sent you yesterday? It is very easy to find it now!
Dynamic Chat Updates
Whenever there is a new transcript available, or the transcript you’re viewing is being updated, you will see it immediately in Chat Transcript Manager. Say goodbye to the “Reload” button!
Unite Your Chats
No matter which supported chat application you used to talk, all of your transcripts will be there, in one place. Who said you have to remember where you talked last?
Full Address Book Support
See all your buddies in the chat transcripts with their Address Book icons.
Fast Search Results Navigation
Just hit the Next or Previous button to hop to the next search item, such as Link, Picture or Email.
Native Unicode Support
If you talk to your friends in Japanese, Russian, or even English, Chat Transcript Manager will still correctly handle and use it, just as you’d expect from a well-designed Mac OS X application.
Speaks Your Language
Chat Transcript Manager contains Danish, Dutch, French, Italian, Japanese and Russian localizations.
Download a trial here

Normal Price: $20.00

ZOT Price: $8.00 a 60% savings

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Apr 25
SubEthaEdit

How do you feel when you actually get something DONE?

Do you ever work faster and more inspired when collaborating with others?

Today’s ZOT! is one of the most results-delivering applications we’ve ever used.

Sure, there are chat applications. You can pass a text document back and forth quickly, or you could use a web based project management application.

But, if you’ve never co-created in real-time, you are not solidly in 2006.

Introducing SubEthaEdit!

Collaborative Text Editing. Universally

Where does the name SubEthaEdit come from?

"It’s from Douglas Adams’ a Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. The reporters of the guide submit their entries using the SubEthaNet (interestingly enough the Ethernet wasn’t yet available in time of writing of the HHGG) – therefore we named our editor SubEthaEdit in honor of Douglas Adams’ great work."

 

What others are saying about SubEthaEdit:

My team frequently demonstrates SubEthaEdit as a fantastic collaborative writing tool with many curricular uses […]. Thank you for your excellent work on this very cool application!
- anonymized@apple.com

I thought you might like to know that a number of human interface designers here at NASA are using your product to collaboratively take notes of design discussions. We love your product!
- anonymized@mail.arc.nasa.gov

SubEthaEdit’s document-sharing functionality must be seen to be believed. Groups of Mac users—in the same room or scattered across the world—can view and edit a single text-based document at the same time. In practice, this has some powerful applications, such as pair programming and shared conference notes. I’ve also had great luck using it as a unified project management tool, where a team’s meeting participants share notes, capture TO DOs, and even provide back-channel information all in one or two simple text files.
-
Merlin Mann – 43 Folders

But, that was nothing until Richard Soderberg bugged me to try out [SubEthaEdit], the collaborative text editor. […] Watching this process at first is outright amazing — it’s was more fascinating than TV. I stared in amazement for the first few sessions, held back by the same hesitation that I felt when I first started using Wikis. Unlike a Wiki, the document you’re watching is literally alive in front of you.
- Robert Kaye about O’Reilly’s ETech conference

Excellent application for helping kids with their homework while doing your own work.
J. Scott Anderson – MacUpdate Comment

One of the most enjoyable aspects of BlogTalk was the collaborative note taking, coordinated using Rendezvous and SubEthaEdit. It is a crying shame that these are Mac-only applications because that excluded quite a few people from the process. What was interesting was that taking part in the note taking changed my experience of the conference.
- Suw Charman

Application Requirements:

Mac OS X 10.3 or later.

Please allow up to 47 hours to receive your purchased registration codes.

— ATTENTION: BlogZOT 2.0 IS FINISHED —

Normal Price: $35.00

ZOT Price: $19.99 a 43% savings

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Apr 25

Winners and Bloggers Note:

We’re almost finished registering the first 3,000 people.

Bloggers: If you blogged this, and got your submission in BEFORE we finished, you will automatically receive a registration to SubEthaEdit.

If you’re one of the first 3,000 people to follow the instructions, you will also get a serial.

IF – You used a single email to send in the names of EVERYBODY you know who wasn’t particpating in MacZOT, there’s a good chance you WILL NOT get copies of SubEthaEdit for everybody as our system will likely show a mismatch between the email being used to send in the registration and the information in the email.

If you didn’t get your FREE copy, don’t feel bad. When you do get your copy of SubEthaEdit, you’ll have this many more people to collaborate with.

Thanks to everybody who made today’s BlogZOT a winner.

Please be patient before sending in a request for a serial. This is a tremendous amount of work and we’ll be as fastidious as possible.

Kind regards,

The sure-glad-we’re-using-computers-to-handle-the-winners team at MacZOT.com

Apr 25

The first 3,000 people to follow the instructions – get a registered copy of SubEthaEdit.

Instructions here

Apr 25

Introducing SubEthaEdit!

Collaborative Text Editing. Universally

SubEthaEdit and MacZOT are giving way $105,000 worth of software. Learn more…

 

— ATTENTION: BlogZOT 2.0 IN PROGRESS (see MacZOT for details) —

Where does the name SubEthaEdit come from?

"It’s from Douglas Adams’ a Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. The reporters of the guide submit their entries using the SubEthaNet (interestingly enough the Ethernet wasn’t yet available in time of writing of the HHGG) – therefore we named our editor SubEthaEdit in honor of Douglas Adams’ great work."

What others are saying about SubEthaEdit:

My team frequently demonstrates SubEthaEdit as a fantastic collaborative writing tool with many curricular uses […]. Thank you for your excellent work on this very cool application!
anonymized@apple.com

I thought you might like to know that a number of human interface designers here at NASA are using your product to collaboratively take notes of design discussions. We love your product!
- anonymized@mail.arc.nasa.gov

SubEthaEdit’s document-sharing functionality must be seen to be believed. Groups of Mac users—in the same room or scattered across the world—can view and edit a single text-based document at the same time. In practice, this has some powerful applications, such as pair programming and shared conference notes. I’ve also had great luck using it as a unified project management tool, where a team’s meeting participants share notes, capture TO DOs, and even provide back-channel information all in one or two simple text files.
- Merlin Mann – 43 Folders

But, that was nothing until Richard Soderberg bugged me to try out [SubEthaEdit], the collaborative text editor. […] Watching this process at first is outright amazing — it’s was more fascinating than TV. I stared in amazement for the first few sessions, held back by the same hesitation that I felt when I first started using Wikis. Unlike a Wiki, the document you’re watching is literally alive in front of you.
Robert Kaye about O’Reilly’s ETech conference

Excellent application for helping kids with their homework while doing your own work.
J. Scott Anderson – MacUpdate Comment

One of the most enjoyable aspects of BlogTalk was the collaborative note taking, coordinated using Rendezvous and SubEthaEdit. It is a crying shame that these are Mac-only applications because that excluded quite a few people from the process. What was interesting was that taking part in the note taking changed my experience of the conference.
- Suw Charman

SubEthaEdit Requirements:

Mac OS X 10.3 or later.

Normally priced at $35.00

BlogZOT Price: $0.00 (with your help)

Apr 24

AppZapper – The Uninstaller Apple Forgot !

AppZapper is for people who want to confidently try new apps while knowing they can uninstall them easily.

Drag one or more unwanted apps onto AppZapper and watch as it finds all the extra files, lets you preview them and delete them with a single click.

A slick safety system remembers which apps you want to keep safe, and the log tracks all the files you’ve zapped. Put simply, AppZapper is the uninstaller Apple forgot.

AppZapper is a very popular application right now. If you do a search on Google, you’ll see it’s linked everywhere. It’s localized in Japanese, Italian, French, Polish, Chinese, German and more. It’s simple, it’s sexy, and it’s FUN! You have to try this application.

 

Just try it and you’ll know why it’s been downloaded over 200,000 times

“AppZapper is a great piece of software that is easier to use than I had expected. There are very few obvious weaknesses of the Mac OS X, but the clean uninstall has been one of them and the AppZapper has taken care of that.”
-AppleMatters.com

“The graphical appearance of the application is so simple, its stunning. Everything has been kept to a minimum, therefore providing the user with a stress free, simple removal of applications.” … “A must have application for anyone who owns a Mac!”
-MacsNPods.com

“As a Newbie this is a Must Have application.” … “In many ways AppZapper captures the Mac experience totally – you open AppZapper, you get a neat box that you drag the application you want to remove into, you press OK and woosh – it has gone! A quick check on Spotlight and no residual files are lurking around in the depths of your system. It really is that easy, and I cant recommend it enough.”
-SurfBits.com

“Not only does it help keep your system clean and save hard drive space, after using it today I have to admit theres a bit of fun when you zap an application. There is a satisfying flash and zap noise that prompted me to delete three or four unused apps just to hear it again.”
-LifeHacker.com


“This is soooo cool. So simple. So much a Mac application. Its a one trick pony that does a trick you need.”
-Tera Patricks, Mac360.com

“I would highly recommend this to someone that downloads and tries out a lot of freeware or shareware. Its ease of use only makes it more worth it.”
-InsideStretch.com

“This is definitely a must have thumbs up app…”
-MacOnlySource.com

“This application is great for quickly removing a new program you just wanted to test. It almost always finds the associated preferences and support files, removing them is simple.”
-JetsGo, MacUpdate Review

“Great app, stable, easy to use, and very friendly developers ;-)”
-Billy Ray Valentine, MacUpdate Review

“Of course, OS X should have this functionality built in, but until then this little app is a life-saver. If you can’t resist trying every intesting looking shareware app out there, then AppZapper is an essential.”
-iPhillip, MacUpdate Review

“I like this app a lot!!! Fast, easy and stable. High recommended!”
-AlleyCat, VersionTracker Review

“Totaly worth it if you download and try apps off this site alot!”
-phatmancam, VersionTracker Review

“I’ve been waiting for something like this for years. Excellent concept and interface, just the right amount of eye (and ear) candy and a reasonable shareware fee. I bough my license right after the first zap.”
-tcloer, VersionTracker Review

 

Get more info here: http://appzapper.com

Normally $12.95

ZOT Price: $7.00 a 45.9% savings

 

 

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