MacJournal gets all kinds of raves from the various software reviewing sites, but I have to wonder why.
The raves were enough to get me to overlook the very "web 1.0" style of Mariner Software's website. The MobileMe sync feature was enough to get me to pony up $34.95 instead of going for Journler, which is cheaper now and has a very nice feature set itself. I wanted this app to serve as my new business journaling software. The sync ability is important to me because I often do my best thinking at home, away from the daily hubbub at the office.
Once installed, MacJournal worked fine.
But then I tried to sync it across two computers. Every time the MobileMe sync ran, it wanted to delete several entries.
This is really just a test to see how MacJournal does with Drupal sites. In this case there’s the added challenge that I am not blogging using the “blog” content type -- a detail that stymies some blog apps like ecto.