trying out plex in place of boxee for managing media on my tv-mac-mini. looks pretty nice, especially the media server bridge for itunes (no need to reindex 25k mp3s this time). just wish the media server would allow your indexed catalog to be a source for another machine, so that my media server can index everything and my tv-box and laptops just act as thin clients
has anyone played with stainless as a browser for osx?
dockdrop looks kinda cool. anyone using it?
this guy has written some really nice looking osx software [via messina]
salt pointed out onlife, a freeware pseudoclone of devonthink. it's on the border line between awesome and frighteding. i'm not sure i want to know how much time i spend in notepad. osx only, though
i've said it before, but osx has too many keyboard shortcuts
aaron noticed than OS 10.4 seems to have tagging built into the filesystem - well, name/value pairs anyway. interesting.
proof, if any were needed, that osx is only for geniuses: the [in]complete guide to osx shortcut keys [via coates]
tog really hates the osx dock, and with good reason.
osx desktopers take note: xpad 1.0.1 is slated for release this week.
pulp fiction looks like a good osx newsreader, but i've been advised to wait a couple of days for the 1.0.1 release.