… had I not used Qumana:-( Two posts, to be exact.
A blogger’s worst nightmare scenario: finish editing a fairly long post, hit “save” only to see all the work gone due to a momentary server outage. Bummer. But wait, Offline Blog Editors to the rescue!
Qumana is a new, free contender in this field, comparable to BlogJet, Ecto, w.Bloggar ..etc. I’ve been experimenting with it for a while, and my only major complaint was about the tag-soup it produces. However, for the last two days it let me down bigtime.
Yesterday I had to stop editing an almost finished post, so I saved the contents to a file – this morning, trying to open it I discovered Qumana created an blank html file of 1k size … all my work is gone:-( This afternoon I wrote a somewhat longer piece, with several references to other sites, that simply took a while to pull together … finally, I’m done, click “post”, and voila! – Qumana exits, no post to my blog, and no saved copy either:-(
I’ve had it with Qumana – I’m considering writing all my posts in Onenote or Evernote, and just paste it in the online editor.
Update: BlogJet, here I come! (In fact I am writing this update using BlogJet)