Today I switch from 1Password to BitWarden. Now that I don't have a personal Mac anymore I wanted a password manager that would work on Linux. BitWarden has desktop clients for Windows, Mac, and Linux. They also have mobile clients for OSX and Android.
Their plugins work on all browsers including Microsft Edge which 1Password has never worked on.
Everything is also open source!
I got tired of dealing with managing Wordpress. Always installing updates, patches, checking whether or not I have been hacked. I didn't really need Wordpress and its complexity. RapidWeaver, an OSX application for creating websites, does everything I need. I was able to convert my blog in a couple of hours. It is now completely static, no php, no database.
UPDATE: (05/19/2018) I converted my site to Jekyll
Shortly after my last post about which Macintosh programs I still use I am making a change. MarsEdit is out. I also tried Desk PM which kept crashing. I am now using Blogo which I quite like.
I shouldn’t have blindly updated MarsEdit thinking the new version would be so much better. I also shouldn’t have purchased Desk PM but did based on the reviews.
Both MarsEdit and Desk PM didn’t work right, crashed quite a bit, and I couldn’t actually update my blog using them which is unfortunate since that is their main purpose.
Blogo is really great and I am glad I found it. I am not fond of writing in web based editors.