WhoPaste Saves Time
• WhoPaste is the fastest way to create a new contact on Macintosh – period.
One keystroke – inside any application – anytime!
Works with Address Book, Daylite, Entourage, or Google Contacts
WhoPaste Reduces Hassle
• WhoPaste does all the hard work of contact creation for you.
Got a phone number? Select it – control click — you’re done
Got a bunch of data in an email signature? – Select it – control click — let WhoPaste sweat the details
Creates multiple records directly from spreadsheets – no export or import required
Rich text – no problem
WhoPaste Lets You Do New Things
• WhoPaste allows you to send text messages from your computer to mobile phones.
WhoPaste Is Fun
• WhoPaste has an innovative tool for exploring social network badges on blog pages and websites.
WhoPaste Rocks With Daylite
• WhoPaste jump starts the Daylite process
WhoPaste can set at least 30 different Daylite values including creating a new opportunity.
The New WhoPaste 4.5 Saves Even More Time
• WhoPaste 4.5 is now the fastest way to create a new To Do in iCal
No application switching, iCal does not need to be running, and iCal won’t start
Wait! Theres More..
• saves contacts into multiple groups,
• checks for duplicate records,
• formats phone numbers for international dialing,
• records data sources,
• supports Automator and AppleScript,
• supplies mail-merge templates for Pages and Word,
• and more…(sorry no ginzu knives)
“… I’m a huge fan of small, elegant, secretly sophisticated Mac software. WhoPaste is one of them …” Richard W
“…It’s simply the handiest utility on my machine …” Dermot L
“… Thanks for your help by the way. I absolutely love this little program …” Silver C
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System Requirements: Mac OSX 10.5 or later. (PPC or Intel)
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More Info — the Zot Interview
Who are we talking to?
I’m Steve Cronin, the developer of WhoPaste. I live in Austin, TX.
So why do you develop for the Mac?
I’ve been a Mac fan from the very beginning. In fact I owned one of the first 128K Macs way back in the day.
Now I wish I’d kept it but when I heard the rumors of the 512Mac I was convinced that the 128K would lose all its value…
I did Newton development for awhile and I DO have one of every Newton that was ever sold.
I was the Product Manager for an early database product for Macintosh: Omnis.
I have a family to support so after Mac faded in the late eighties and early nineties I went off on a long excursion into the Windows world. When I got my hands on a copy of Tiger (10.2) I knew the Mac would be coming back.
I’ve taken a lot risks in turning away from the dominant OS in corporate but I’m glad to be here.
Why did you develop WhoPaste?
I did a lot of departmental productivity applications. Over and over again we would have to re-solve the question “how do we get the customer list into the system?” WhoPaste builds on a lot of learning in the trenches.
I’m a sole developer I needed to pick a problem that I could solve AND an opportunity that I wouldn’t get run over by a large competitor.
I’ve noodled around with several approaches and WhoPaste generated some early interest.
I’ve still got skunkworks that I might build out when I get a little time…
Hey – this seems like an opprtunity to let folks know that I just got WhoPaste for iPhone submitted to Apple!
I’m very happy with version 1 for iPhone!!!
What tools have a permanent home in your dock?
Well of course XCode and Interface Builder, those are every Mac and iPhone developers main development tools.
I use Skitch, Coda, Screenflow, Transmit, RapidWeaver, and Skim.
Tell us something fun about you.
I just went skydiving with my youngest daughter, Zoe.
As each of my kids, there are 3, turn 18 my gift to them has been to jump out of a plane together.
They’ve loved it!