Unfuddle Love

I’m really starting to fall for Unfuddle. For those who don’t know, it’s another Basecamp clone for managing projects. I just discovered that if you’re using the source control (Subversion-based) that they provide, they parse the svn messages for key phrases like “Resolves Ticket #1001”, and update the associated ticket in their system to match. […]

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Microsoft Releases IE 8 Beta

Just what we needed, another version of standards-incompliant IE to support. Yet, here it is, in all it’s terrible glory. This release apparently just playing feature-catch-up with Firefox, so one begins to wonder just what the point is. Like, why waste all this development money on a free application that is vastly inferior to the […]

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Quick Tip: Google Reader Folders and Tags

For those not so in-the-know, RSS feeds are a different way of reading content from your favorite sites. The advantage is that all of your content is aggregated into a single location, for easy reading. The main problem is that most every feed-reader sucks or is overpriced. Google has finally polished their free Reader app, […]

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Virtual Box for Leopard released

For those of you who don’t follow these things with bated breath, VirtualBox just finally released <a href="http://www.virtualbox team project management tools.org/wiki/Downloads” title=”Virtual Box Downloads”>a working version for OS X 10.5. Only 4 months late there, guys. What this means for you is absolutely free PC emulation, so you can run Windows within OS X.

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BBEdit: Regular Expression Case Change Options

I’m a huge fan of Regular Expressions. They are, without a doubt, the single most powerful tool in the programmer’s toolbox. BBEdit, my favorite text editor, happens to have really excellent regular expression support. Among its features is the ability to change the case of matched text – which is really great if you’re having […]

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