Homebrew - The missing package manager for OS X
Homebrew is the easiest and most flexible way to install the UNIX tools Apple didn’t include with OS X.
PHP Simple HTML DOM Parser
Interesting PHP project on SourceForge, PHP Simple HTML DOM Parser. And it does what it says it does.
I need my umlaut
“I need my umlaut,” Blomkvist said. “What if I want to go to Svavelsjö? Or Strängnäs? Or Södertälje? What if I want to write to Wadensjö? Or Ekström or Nyström?”
PostgreSQL on Mac OS X Snow Leopard
I just installed PostgreSQL on my MacBook Pro using this guide from zanshin.net. Thanks Mark!
Posterous doesn’t have the time
It’s July 5, 2010, about 7am. I just made two small posts to my blog concerning Time Machine backups (just references to two useful tools I found, using the Posterous bookmarklet). Those posts were ridiculously easy to do.
Time Machine Buddy
Time Machine Buddy organises and displays the systems logs generated by Apple’s Time Machine Backup feature found in Mac OS X Leopard. With this widget you will be able to quickly tell what is happening behind the scenes for the backup in progress or any previous backups.
timedog - View files saved by Time Machine
timedog is a Perl script that displays the set of files that were saved for any given backup created by Mac OS X Time Machine. Check it out at code.google.com