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Typography Cheatsheet — A Comprehensive Guide to Smart Quotes, Dashes & Other Typographic Characters
Everything you need to know about setting proper typography—smart quotes, apostrophes, em dashes, en dashes, accented characters and more.
typography  reference  grammar  writing 
yesterday by shannonlucas
ProWritingAid - Grammar Checking & Manuscript Editing Software
The Essential Editing Tool for Writers. Do you want to edit faster and more efficiently? Join over 300,000 writers who use ProWritingAid to strengthen their writing and get published. Try it for free today.
writing  grammar 
2 days ago by john.sheets
Change Case with OS X Services | creativebits™
While I'm a veteran OS X user and I only recently discovered the highly useful Services feature in the OS. The Services menu is always found under the active application's name in the menubar and can be configured to match your exact needs.
For example I frequently get text from clients in various formats and I need to change the case of the copy. Some applications have built-in change case command and there are websites that help you with the task such as convert case.
services  macosxhints  mac  grammar 
3 days ago by rgl7194
Mining Input Grammars from Dynamic Taints
Knowing which part of a program processes which parts of an in-
put can reveal the structure of the input as well as the structure of
the program. In a
URL
http://www.example.com/path/
,
for instance, the protocol
http
, the host
www.example.com
,
and the path
path
would be handled by different functions and
stored in different variables. Given a set of sample inputs, we
use
dynamic tainting
to trace the data flow of each input character,
and aggregate those input fragments that would be handled by the
same function into lexical and syntactical entities. The result is a
context-free grammar
that reflects valid input structure. In its eval-
uation, our
AUTOGRAM
prototype automatically produced readable
and structurally accurate grammars for inputs like
URLs
, spread-
sheets or configuration files. The resulting grammars not only allow
simple reverse engineering of input formats, but can also directly
serve as input for test generators.
grammar  inference  symbolic  computation 
8 days ago by lrwiman
Moby Thesaurus
"a free and open-source website designed to facilitate meanderings through the Moby Thesaurus, the largest thesaurus in the English language. The Moby Thesaurus is a weird and wonderful reference full of unusual and illuminating word relationships. It was compiled by Grady Ward, a software engineer, lexicographer, and Internet activist."
(also has a github repo and can be integrated into node.js or other CLI apps)
english  thesaurus  reference  tools  grammar  writing  language 
8 days ago by mechazoidal
Dan Leech's Mac and iPhone setup – The Sweet Setup
Who are you and what do you do?
I’m Dan Leech. I live in Bath, UK, and I’m a systems designer for healthcare research company Bath ASU. My work involves researching, specifying, and creating new software and processes that make the delivery of medicines to patients safer, more efficient, and more affordable.
What is your current setup?
I use a MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2013). It’s a great machine with plenty of capacity to see me through the next couple of years. After a decade of using 15-inch Macs, I decided to downsize as an experiment. I haven’t once missed the larger size, and I wouldn’t go back.
setup  macbook  writing  grammar  slack  iphone7  news  music  productivity  1password  messaging 
11 days ago by rgl7194

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