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PIM review delay

NOTE: (Dec. 2009) This series is back. Check it out.

Last week, Reinvented Software released Together 2.1, a very substantial upgrade from version 2.0 (which I was planning to review).

This release highlighted the problem with reviewing a series of Mac applications right before the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in June: there’s a strong possibility that some of the other apps I plan to review may also be upgraded at or around this event. The moral of this story is that it’s best not to start a review series right before WWDC. Bad planning on my part. So, I’ve decided to postpone the PIM review series until mid-June to ensure I focus my attentions on the latest and greatest.

One final note: I received some feedback on my Yojimbo review from a developer at Bare Bones Software. I’ve posted it as a comment to the review if you’re interested.

  1. I’d almost say it’s good news: I’m writing a post arguing why I think VoodooPad should not be in the list, but it’s taking much longer than I thought. So I’ll have time to finish it now 😉

  2. Please add Together to the list, THANKS!

  3. I read in many blogs people vouching for mail.app as a better replacement for any PIM app.
    Would you please compare using these to having a similar system on mail.app?
    Regards and keep up the good work!

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