Qumana is a microcontent assembly and publishing application that features three integrated capabilities that are extremely useful to all people who create and author content for publication to blogs, web sites, email, and documents. * Capability # 1 ... Drag n' Drop: Qumana uses sophisticated drag n' drop capabilities, along with a funky and easy-to-use DropPad that sits on your browser in an extremely inobtrusive manner ... the DropPad is essentially transparent. A user can surf and research all day long, or for whatever period of time they wish, dragging and dropping any and all content they find interesting or useful into the DropPad. users can also drag n' drop links, files, large blocks of text, pictures, audio and video files ... almost anything. * Capability # 2 ... Assemble, Shape, Edit: Then, the user can open up the Workpad and see what they've collected, move it around, re-arrange it, delete what is no longer interesting or relevant, and so on. Then, either Save the content as a Folder in the Library, to be worked upon later, or click on Publish .... to create a post or a document while in the flow of working on an idea and its expression. Up comes a full-featured WYSIWYG html Editor, so that the user can add text, change fonts, add links, upload filesto finish things off so that what will be published looks professional. And, there's Spell-check ! Additionally, right-clicking on any item and scrolling down to and clicking on Properties allows the user to create a significant range of both structured and user-defined metadata. * Capability # 3 ... Post-to-"Anywhere" : If the user is blogging, the stitched-together final-edit content is posted to whatever blog you've directed the application to publish to. You can have one, two or many different blog settings loaded in, so that you can post the content, or parts of it, to multiple blogs. Currently, the user can also Save the content to HTML or to RTF.
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