I already own these, but I think more Mac users should be exposed to them:
- GarageSale - eBay made easy, whether you're a casual seller or a volume seller
- Numerology (by Five12) - a music sequencer that is very "think different" in its approach. Slightly difficult learning curve at first, though, so might be a tough sell for the bundle.
I like these so much, I'll probably own them too by the time next year's bundle happens:
- Bento - exactly enough DB for my home needs, and I say this as a professional who wrangles a lot of SQL code by day
- Montage - for playwriting and screenwriting
- Scrivener - for other types of creative writing (I do a lot of weird experimental stuff, so I prefer Scrivener's less-structured approach to the more story-focused StoryMill. I've also tried Ulysses, CopyWrite, WriteRoom and Jer's Novel Writer. Out of all of them, Scrivener strikes the perfect balance of offering organizing structure when you need it for a tightly-plotted story, but getting out of the way when you don't.)
These I probably won't get to that soon, so I'd definitely dig seeing them in the bundle:
- Curio - best-looking mind-mapping/brainstorming app I've seen. Looks to be free and playful, instead of formal and constricting like many of the others.
- Home Inventory - something I really should get around to doing. Maybe if it were bundled with some more enticing stuff, I actually would
Cat Scratch Thiever ;-)
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