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Rails Assets
" The solution toassets management in Rails*

Rails Assets is the frictionless proxy betweenBundler and Bower.

It automatically converts the packaged components into gems that are easily droppable into your asset pipeline and stay up to date.

*It works with Sinatra too! See the demo."
rails  javascript  assets  bundler  bower  gems  ruby  compiling  homepages 
october 2015 by skinnymuch
Gentle Bytes - Startupizer 2 - powerful login items handler
"Requires Mac OS X 10.8 or later. Trial is not time limited, but will use long delays and occasional nag.

Overview

Startupizer 2 is advanced yet simple to use login items handler. It greatly enhances built in OS X login items functionality by offering conditional startup and dependencies management. This results in just the subset of applications and documents you need at a given time. Because it doesn't launch all the items you don't need, it also reduces time required for starting your computer!

Make sure dependent items are launched in proper order.
Ensure consistent order of menu bar icons.
Customize login items launch order.
Speed up your login process.
And more..."
homepages  automation  price:$10  mac  workflows  utilities  @iusethis  freemium  trial  paid  apps 
september 2015 by skinnymuch
Onflapp's Blog | The home VipRiser, LinCastor and other useful apps
homepage of guy with a few mac productivity/workflow apps

The home VipRiser, LinCastor and other useful apps
!TO_TAG_bit_more  apps  homepages  mac 
september 2015 by skinnymuch
MultiMarkdown
multimarkdown primer. and homepage of multimarkdown it seems
productivity  !TO_TAG_bit_more  markdown  text  open_source  homepages 
september 2015 by skinnymuch
Loving Kids Care & Pennington Children's Academy
Great daycare for kids. Montessori and overall learning is great.
future  daycare  local  education  montessori  best  homepages 
july 2015 by skinnymuch
Edison Thomaz
Like this guy's personal site. He made the original Slife a decade ago apparently and now in academia apparently.

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So instead of an actual blog it is like a semi-Twitter like feed now. No character limit, of course. But all the posts are very short. Interesting. I like it. No commenting though. But good basis

Like he says "Updated the blog design and structure. Instead of long blog posts, more frequent short updates. Everyone wins. It’s a work in progress though; more changes coming."
sleek  blogs  reference_for_self  basis  personal_pages  homepages  ideas 
may 2015 by skinnymuch
TestWise - Watir and Selenium-WebDriver IDE supports Cucumber and RSpec
Makers of TestWise, BuildWise, and their other "Wise" products along with RWebSpec and other open source stuff
homepages 
august 2013 by skinnymuch
Game Pub - The Definitive Gaming Publishers
Advertising network and seeming owners of Bored.com among other sites
from:Windows_Phone  networks  Bored.com  homepages  empires  ideas 
july 2013 by skinnymuch
Review Signal - Web Hosting Reviews
"Introducing Review Signal: Transparent Reviews From Social Media

Millions of people share their opinions on social media sites each and every day. Marketing departments are monitoring and using this information to enhance their brands and earn more money. But what do consumers get from all this value they are creating for companies?
Nothing. Until now.
I am proud to introduce Review Signal. Our goal is to provide the most accurate and honest reviews possible by using the data consumers create. We listen to the conversations, analyze them and visualize them for consumers (for free!).
Why Would I Trust That?
Every review is an opinion someone shared publicly. That opinion is linked to an identity somewhere, for example a Twitter account. You're welcome to click on any review and see exactly where it came from and determine if you trust that person and their opinion.
It's all in the math... sort of
You're also welcome to trust Review Signal's ratings. They present an overall picture of a company based on all the messages we've collected about that company. Our math isn't very fancy, it's an approval rating. For example, if 500 people said something positive about company A and 500 said something negative about company A, the rating would be 50%. We also distill the data we collect into trends to see how a company has done over the past 12 months."
homepages  web_hosting  web_tools  ideas  copy  steal  rankings  algorithms  social_media  affiliate_marketing  affiliate_driven  data_driven  @next_web_iterations 
july 2013 by skinnymuch
Douglas Rushkoff - Home
"We do not know how to program our computers, nor do we care. We spend more time and energy trying to figure out how to use them to program one another instead."
homepages  journalist  manipulation  essays  interesting  inspiration 
july 2012 by skinnymuch

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