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Software for managing weblogs.
These client-side tools run on your computer and create files you upload to your Web server. (Some desktop tools upload files automatically) The main advantage of desktop tools is that they provide a much better working environment than server tools (below), since they can all the power of your computer instead of sharing one server among thousands of users.
- A personal information management assistant, bringing spatial hypertext and agents to the desktop. 
- Radio Userland
- Wiki Mode for Emacs
- If you're one of those people who lives in Emacs, WikiMode is the ultimate powertool. Let's you create and navigate Wiki pages as buffers, and renders the whole Wiki to HTML with two keystrokes.
These server-side tools run on your Web server, or on another Web server run by the tool provider. You write in a Web browser and send your weblog posts through a Web browser. The main advantage of server tools is that you can write on any computer, anywhere, as long as it's connected to the net.
- Blogger Pro
- a tiny blogger, written in less than 100 lines of Perl. 
- Grey Matter
- Live Journal
- Moveable Type
- Version 2.2 released June, 2002. Interesting new feature, Track Back, allows MT weblogs to automatically notify each other of pertinent posts. http://www.movabletype.org/
- Version 2 released June, 2002. [5 ]
- See TheWikiWay for information on running your own Wiki. See NotableWikis for some notable Wikis. For comprehensive index of Wiki clones, see 
- Blogging Software Roundup (John Hiler) 
- Weblogs Compedium: 
- Weblog Madness 
- Content Management Systems  a comprehensive directory of content management tools
- URLDir  presents a large punchbox comparison of a host of weblog tools. This sort of feature-list invites unproductive feature shootouts, but the list itself of features is not without interest and the list of systems provides a useful snapshot.
Related: WeblogTools | NotableWeblogs