On the Interwebs, number 22
ievms — A schell script that will install VirtualBox virtual machines for testing IE 7, 8 and 9 in a completely legal and Microsoft supported manner. This is fantastic.
A Farewell to CSS3 Gradients — Did you know that modern browsers support using SVG images in backgrounds? I didn’t. Cool!
Zsh Line Editor — List of commands that can be bound to keys in the
Zsh shell. I was already a big fan of Zsh and then I played around with trying
these out for an hour or two and now I’m a huge fan of Zsh. You can change
little things that improve your terminal experience in just wonderful ways. The
most important of which, I was able to get Home and End keys to work properly in
gnome-terminal. Here’s the relevant section of my
.zshrc file, to see
what I ended up with…
GitHub Flow: — Description of how GitHub uses Git. I really need to start using Git in a more intelligent manner..
TermKit — Trying to redesign the terminal so we aren’t using basically the same tool we’ve had for 30 years. At first I was vehemently opposed to the idea, but the more I read and thought about it, the more it made sense. I haven’t tried it yet though…