When I decided to make the move to mac, I anticipated that there would be a few issues as far as software was concerned. You know, I want to use this software but I can't on my new mac- this sort of thing.
To be honest I really didn't experience any software issues at all. Well, except for one.........
When I was a PC user I used a techsmith program called snag-it regularly. I would not be surprised if most half-geek readers were familiar with snag-it. As far as was concerned, it was the perfect companion for any serious 2.0 geek. If you do a lot of blogging you need a good screen capture tool, snag-it is the best for PC IMO.
Getting back to my point, when I changed to mac I was disgusted to find that techsmith did not offer a mac version of the snag-it software. I was actually quite pissed off. In recent months I have been using the 'grab' function that came on my macbookpro.
Well my grab days are over now since I got invited to the beta of plasq.com's new program called skitch. This is my new favorite tool. It's got all the great features of snag-it and I have to say it's actually easier to use. That 'drag n drop' mac software style is well utilised by the makers of skitch who have nailed the usability in this new image sharing tool.
The screen-shot above and to the left of this post is of my skitch page, where I can upload images that I have created. One of the cool features is an i-sight plugin. This allows you to create and edit shots using your macs inbuilt camera.
I could go on and on about skitch, however, why don't you try it yourself? I have two invites to the limited enrollment beta. If you have a mac and want to try skitch, leave a comment here. First two comments get the invites.