Standing Out

2005-11-25 14:05:02 GMT

In one of the earlier articles of Seth Nickell, titled "Experimental Culture", he writes about how GNOME became more traditional while KDE became more innovative. It seems to me that a new generation of Gtk# applications may turn this situation upside down.

There are several apps that really stand out. Most notably they are Beagle and F-Spot. F-Spot has a new tag management interface which is very revolutionary in terms of user interaction. It's a really original idea recently implemented by Nat Friedman which makes one's productivity fly. You gotta watch the screen capture.

Another useful application – although not so innovative – is Audio Tag Tool. I haven't tried it yet, but I will.