This blog entry was made with performancing, an add-on developed by Jed Brown. It is built directly into the firefox pages, and seems fairly fast and flexible.
Here is what the interface looks like:
This was done with a right click to the image.
Here is another one, using the image link function:
This is a check on font sizes, not part of the rich-text editor in WordPress (of course you can add it using the html format option). The color feature is not integral to the WordPress editor as it is here.
The procedure is simple. Within a web page just right-click, then choose your options, including blogging a page, bookmarking the page, page text (what I am typing now), or FTP file upload.
It works well with a number of blogs.
The nicest thing I find about it is the flexibility and speed. It seems much less painful than editing within WordPress itself. One con is that you can’t add a new category, but you can easily add old ones.
Other features include image upload, FTP, and the ability to use performance to bookmark to del.ici.ous and to manage bookmarks within del.ici.ous. You can also automatically bookmark your posts. Technorati tags can also be added.
So far it seems promising. I’m looking forward to learning more.