Socialite is a good “put all your social stuff in one box” app. It’s even standing strong in terms of integrating well with each service that it uses, instead of stumbling into the pit of “does many things, none of them well” despair.
But I wish I could put more stuff in my Socialite box:
Go-go gadget Realmac Software.
Installing SL on my play machine has been hit and miss so far. Clicking the “read more” link in Mail’s database upgrade screen yields nothing, and using Time Machine’s menubar option to open its System preferences pane opens /System/Library/PreferencePanes/ in the Finder. Actually, that happened with all System Preferences panes that are linked from Apple’s default menubar options until I opened System Preferences manually.
I’m working so I don’t have a ton of time to play, but nearly everything does indeed feel zippier. The install also freed nearly 20GB from my machine, and I always turn off the default printer drivers and language packs, so they weren’t even on my system for Snow Leopard’s installer to remove.
I’m going to wait to install Snow Leopard on my production Mac Pro, though. I can’t risk running into compatibility niggles like Mozy not being ready or ScreenFlow not being able to do this or that until an update or upgrade is released.
Nice evolutionary upgrade so far though. Can’t wait to play with the new Services features.