Oh, hey- bloggy thing. I know I should blog more, both here and over on my
travel drinking blog, but you know…
One very nice recent development is that a team at Microsoft has created an Open Source fork of Windows Live Writer. WLW used to be a really sweet, lightweight WYSIWYG blog tool for Windows- then it got Microsofted and bloaty, then abandoned. Open Live Writer brings it back from the dead, updates authentication to work with modern platforms, and pulls out a lot of cruft.
It is still early in development, but so far it is working well for me and I do not miss any of the “missing” features. I’m enjoying the speed and functionality of Open Live Writer, and I’m grateful that some folks at Microsoft have revived this great little tool. If you are a blogger and Windows user, check it out.
This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Jack Daniel. Read the original post at: Uncommon Sense Security