Blogging on multiple machines.
One of the disadvantages of blogging applications that sit on a single machine rather than on a server is that you are tied to that machine when you want to write. Every time I want to shoot something to this place, I have to run over to my laptop. No blogging from work or from the other machines that sit on the home network.
If you're going to be blogging from multiple machines and locations, it's something to consider when you are choosing your tools. [code: theWebSocket;]
I've run into this myself, since Radio is one of those apps that sits on a single machine. For a while, I was running it on my desktop PC at home, and connecting to it with my laptop from whereever I happened to be. Unfortunately the IT department at work, in its ongoing quest to make life difficult for workers, started blocking my access. Now I keep Radio on my laptop, and just carry the laptop around with me.
This isn't a perfect solution, though, because of the reliability problems I've had with my Mac laptops. When one goes down I can move Radio to the other and run it from there, but if both go down at once (which has happened), it's much harder to move to my PC laptop.