Archive for the 'Software Reviews' Category

WebKit’s New Element Inspector

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

The WebKit team is picking up on Steve Jobs’s “one more thing” habit, announcing yesterday a new HTML element inspector, built into the latest WebKit nightly downloads. Play around with it for just a few minutes and your jaw will drop. It’s especially fun to click around the DOM hierarchy and watch as WebKit obscures […]

Service Scrubber

Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

Most of us face the problem of inertia in almost everything we do. We eat the same foods, watch the same television, take the same walks, go to the same parks, talk to the same people, day in and day out. And in many ways this is good. But the sheer inertia of our habits […]

Blogging From TextMate

Monday, March 12th, 2007

In case you’ve been asleep for the past two years, you should know that many, many people are excited about TextMate, or as I like to call it, “emacs 2.0” (joke slightly spoiled by the fact that emacs is currently at version 21.x). People who love TextMate tend to want to do as much of […]

Mail Smart Folders

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

Maybe this should be filed under “No Duh” but it’s taken me this long to figure out that Mail’s smart folders might actually save my life. For the past year or so, I’ve adopted the “save everything” approach, ala gmail, except on my Mac. So I have this huge “Received Mail” archive that actually, for […]