ScribeFire - A Firefox add-on and a blogger's friend or foe?
From the account wizard launch button, you can add the url's of your blogs with their passwords (uh, triple good luck remembering them). ScribeFire will then list your blogs in a side window, where you can select the blog you want to post to.
ScribeFire has a notes feature which allows you to make quick notes to easily refer to later. It also allows you to manage your Del.Icio.Us bookmarks and provides information from Technorati about webpages you visit.
Tip: Do not switch from the Blogs tab to the Notes tab, without first saving your post as a draft under the Publishing Options button. If you do, all your text will be lost, which is not a good thing since you are using ScribeFire as a convenient way to post to your blogs. A convenient SAVE button would be a nice feature.
Hot Tip: To rid yourself of the annoying "powered by ScribeFire" added automatically to your posts, you can turn it off in the Settings tab's Publishing features.
Once you get oriented to using ScribeFire, it does seem like a convenient way to post to your blogs, especially if you have several. What do you think? Is ScribeFire a friend or foe to bloggers?