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Hyper Key in macOS Sierra with Karabiner Elements
**Top story:** Karabiner Elements can once again provide the [Hyper key](http://brettterpstra.com/2012/12/08/a-useful-caps-lock-key/) we all loved before Sierra.
keyboard  hyper  karabiner 
11 days ago
Declawing: A new study shows we can’t look the other way
This isn't my normal kind of link, but the AVMA has hesitated to oppose the practice on domestic cats and I think Americans are at a particular disadvantage when it comes to being provided information on and understanding the effects of declawing cats. This post is enlightening, even for me, and I've always opposed declawing cats…
animals  cat 
11 days ago
What we learned evolving an App through 20 Alphas and 10 Betas
Daniel Alm writes about the development of Timing 2, tracking progress over 13 months. A well-documented look at the process of UI and functionality changes from start to finish.
development 
12 days ago
Songstack - discover new music
I found 10 new bands this week. This may be my favorite music discovery service/Spotify integration yet. There's also [a web version](https://about.songstack.co/).
music  discovery 
14 days ago
Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad - US English - Apple
The Magic Numeric Keyboard features sleek new design and a rechargeable battery that powers it for a month between charges and pairs automatically with your Mac.
apple  keyboard 
18 days ago
Tunefind
If you like TV, and you like music, this is awesome. It's a site with an index of music and songs appearing every episode of popular shows (and movies). You can find what song was playing in the end credits without having to rewind and Shazam it, or search by artist to see where they've been featured in the world of television and movies.
tv  movies  music 
24 days ago
Board For GitHub
A native app overview for GitHub projects.
projectmanagement  github 
25 days ago
Makers - IFTTT platform - IFTTT Platform
If you love IFTTT but have always wished for more advanced control over your applets, check out the Makers platform.
developer  ifttt 
25 days ago
Screens 4
Screens has long been one of the best VNC clients for Mac. The newest version adds a few features that were notably missing versus Apple's default screen sharing app, including drag-and-drop file transfer support. It also got a speed boost, resulting in reduced screen lag and ultra-sharp image. If you have [Setapp](https://go.setapp.com/stp44), you already have it!
vnc  remote 
25 days ago
HYPER Glass iPhone screen protector
This is fascinating. A couple of touch areas on the lower left and right allow you to tap areas in the upper left and right of a plus-size iPhone screen. I haven't tried it, and I've gotten quite used to the fact that my phone is not going to be a one-handed device anymore, but I'm very curious.
screenprotector  iphone 
25 days ago
CPU Utilization is Wrong
You know those CPU meters with often-confusing percentages that we all like to put on our desktop and Today widgets? Here's what it really means, and also why it's not the measure you think it is, especially as a developer.
unix  computing  cpu 
25 days ago
Idnan/bash-guide: A guide to learn bash
Simply a "guide to learn bash." If you want to get into more command line work and bash scripting, this is an excellent compendium of the basics. Also see Peter Stephenson's ["A User's Guide to the Z-Shell."](http://zsh.sourceforge.net/Guide/zshguide.html)
bash  unix 
25 days ago
The 100% Correct Coding Style Guide
I thoroughly enjoyed this piece. If you've ever argued about spaces vs tabs, well, "It took me years to find the right answers but I’ve finally done it and it turns out the answer is..."
syntax  coding  developer 
25 days ago
Mavo: A new, approachable way to create Web applications
This is cool. [Lea Verou](http://lea.verou.me/) heads up a team to present Mavo, an extension to the syntax of HTML that allows developers to describe Web applications that manage, store, and transform data without any backend programming.
html5  CSS  webdev  html  developer 
25 days ago
Google Slides
Ok, maybe everyone knew creating slide-based presentations was part of the Gdocs suite already, but if I saw it before I'd never bothered to explore it. I'm impressed, this is a great alternative to PowerPoint, especially if you're collaborating cross-platform.
slides  presentation  htmlpresentation 
25 days ago
SpaceLauncher - App Launcher and Switcher for Mac
Similar to hyper-key hacks, this app lets you launch or switch to an app by pressing any configured key while holding down spacebar. Via [Maarten den Braber via Paul Vantees](https://twitter.com/mdbraber/status/866390778666418177).
keyboard  shortcut  mac  hyper 
4 weeks ago
Placeit (with video)
I've mentioned Placeit before. It lets you upload screenshots and frame them in high quality stock photos of any device. Since the last time I've mentioned it, they've added the ability to put screen recordings into devices and save as video, as well as a whole section of t-shirt and poster mockups with models and settings. (It appears to be what [Teespring](https://teespring.com/stores/lab) is using now for the marketing photos they generate for user campaigns.) It's not cheap ($8 for a one-off high-res mockup), but the quality is worth it for anyone serious about marketing.
mockup  marketing 
5 weeks ago
learn anything
A mindmap created by [Nikita Voloboev](@nikitavoloboev) and hosted by MindNode with a network of topics, subtopics, and links for just about every area of knowledge you could want to dig into.
mindnode  learning  mindmap 
6 weeks ago
50 Useful Command Line Tools Developers Will Love
A sizeable roundup of cool command line utilities ranging from web development to time tracking. There's even a cool Facebook CLI I hadn't seen before. (And one of my projects, Doing, made the list).
Terminal  productivity  cli 
6 weeks ago
Keeping Apple History Alive at MacPaw
MacPaw has pulled together an impressive collection of almost 40 machines from across the history of Apple in a museum you can visit next time you're in Kyiv.
museum  mac  apple 
6 weeks ago
Dear FCC, It's Our Internet and We'll Fight To Protect It
The EFF has created a site where you can quickly draft a letter to the FCC in response to their request for public comment on net nuetrality issues. Also see the clever link "This Week with John Oliver" created to take you directly to the buried policy comment page on the FCC site: [gofccyourself.com](http://gofccyourself.com).
privacy  fcc  netnuetrality 
6 weeks ago
LivePhotosKit JS
Did you know that there's a javascript library for playing Apple's Live Photos on the web? It has a full API for customizing controls and playback options. I'm not certain I'll find anything useful to do with it, but smart move on Apple's part to start opening the format up to legitimate use outside of Photos.
livephoto  javascript  apple  photo 
7 weeks ago
CloudMounter
A nicely done app from Eltima that mounts your S3, OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, and FTP/WebDAV drives in Finder.
remote  cloud  mount 
7 weeks ago
labnol/unsubscribe-gmail
As an alternative to Unroll.me, this open source Google Script helps easily unsubscribe from newsletters and bulk emails in Gmail. Without giving anyone permission to scrape your inbox.
spam  privacy  gmail 
7 weeks ago
Blurr for Chrome
A Chrome plugin for anonymizing your digital footprint using obfuscation.
browser  privacy  chrome  chrome-extension 
7 weeks ago
Using Marked 2 for Academic Writing
A great video from Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody documenting the use of [Marked 2](http://marked2app.com) with Pandoc for Academic writing.
Marked  academic  pandoc 
7 weeks ago
Rocket-fast, Slack-style emoji everywhere on your Mac
A free Mac app that makes typing emoji faster and easier using Slack-style shortcuts.
app  software  osx  mac  emoji 
8 weeks ago
Auphonic
Found via a post from Jason Snell [about podcast transcription](https://sixcolors.com/post/2017/03/the-dream-of-converting-podcasts-into-text/), I've been trying out this automatic audio post production service. I set it up with transcription via the Google Cloud Speech platform and am actually very impressed with the results. Good enough for fuzy full-text search, anyway. And the audio processing is surprisingly good.
audio  podcasting  tools  webapp 
11 weeks ago
MarkdownLivePreview
This is a very interesting Sublime Text package that actually creates a split view Markdown editor with live preview right in Sublime. I hadn't even realized this was feasible previously.
preview  sublime  SublimeText  markdown 
11 weeks ago
chrishannah/TitleCase
From Christopher Hannah: a little CLI written in Swift that uses my [TitleCase API](http://brettterpstra.com/titlecase/test) to convert input to a properly title-cased string from the command line or as part of a script pipeline.
titlecap  cli  writing  from twitter_favs
12 weeks ago
48 Incredibly Short, Clean Jokes That Are Actually Funny.
I can't help it. These are so bad/good that I'm making an effort to memorize them all. This is one of the ways I avoid being invited to too many dinners and parties.
humor 
march 2017
Videoloupe for Mac - The Video Player for Videographers
From the creator of [Fileloupe](https://www.fileloupe.com/), Videoloupe is the "video player for videographers." It offers extensive playback controls, editing and adjustment tools, and a wide range of export/conversion options. Great for pros, but just about all of it is useful to anyone who works with videos regularly.
macos  videography  photography  video 
march 2017
Spark for Mac
Spark from Readdle is my favorite email client on iOS, and the Mac version is making some exciting improvements. This latest update includes labels, improved sidebar management, more options for folder management (Color Tags, Recents, Favorites and Smart Folders), and mproved Smart Search with boolean operators.
macos  app  email  macappstore 
march 2017
Wiki.js
An open source wiki app built on NodeJS, Git and Markdown. It will run on Linux, Windows, or macOS servers, saves all content to Markdown files, and automatically syncs with a Git repository. Comes complete with a nice editor with Markdown highlighting, access control and authentication options, and a built-in search engine.
git  nodejs  wiki  markdown 
march 2017
MultiMarkdown Converter Pro
MultiMarkdown 6 is complete and progress is moving forward on a new version of MultiMarkdown Composer pro. You can read about changes/improvements and get the CLI version of MMD 6 [on GitHub](https://github.com/fletcher/MultiMarkdown-6/), but Fletcher has also released a GUI converter for drag-and-drop conversion on the Mac App Store.
multimarkdown  mac  macappstore  markdown 
march 2017
Don’t Get Hacked
Privacy and security are of more interest than ever right now. Product Hunt offers a list of some of the best tools for maintaining both.
privacy  security 
march 2017
Audulus 3
A minimalist modular audio processing app for Mac with a beautiful interface, MIDI control, visual audio programming, and an Audio Unit version to run inside of your preferred DAW. There's also an [iOS version](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/audulus-3/id1027525593?mt=8&at=10l4tL&ct=blog) with iCloud syncing of patches.
music  instrument 
march 2017
Sorted - Quickly Organise Your Day
Perhaps overly similar to [Clear](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/clear/id493136154?mt=8&at=10l4tL&ct=blog) as far as the UI goes, Sorted is a handy todo list app that incorporates due dates and daily task lists in an easy-to-use swipe interface. Customizable colors, tagging/categorization, calendar and day views, and easy pushing of overdue tasks to the current day. I especially like the ability to select multiple tasks and pinch them apart to spread their due times out.
todo  ipad  productivity  ios  iphone 
march 2017
ImageOptim HTTP API for optimization on web servers
ImageOption now has a REST api that can be used for frontend image optimization when serving as well as backend processing for caching and delivery. A solid set of options including resizing, cropping/filling, and optimization levels.
webdesign  image  optimization 
march 2017
DatoCMS - A CMS for static website generators
A nice looking CMS control panel that works with Jekyll, Hugo, Hexo, and more. Support for publishing via S3, GitLab CI, and other continuous integration platforms.
static  blog  cms 
march 2017
Remote
Connecting over 2 million professionals with remote and freelance jobs. End-to-end solutions for hiring managers and job seekers.
job  work  remote 
march 2017
ForkLift 3
Forklift has been rivaling Path Finder as a Finder replacement for years, and this latest version gives it the edge, in my opinion. Excellent support for remote connections (SFTP, WebDAV, S3, and more), fast file management options and keyboard shortcuts, and an extensible command palette, among dozens of other features.
finder  filemanagement 
march 2017
Tinycards — Flashcards by Duolingo
A new app from the team behind education app Duolingo. Create flashcards or select from the extensive library, and get gaming features (level up, memory strength bar) built in.
flashcards  memory 
march 2017
so-fancy/diff-so-fancy: Good-lookin' diffs
My Git diffs on the command line have never looked so good.
git  diff  cli 
march 2017
Herbert – Grow fresh organic food at home by Ponix Systems — Kickstarter
Ponix Systems is raising funds for Herbert – Grow fresh organic food at home on Kickstarter!

The hydroponic vertical farm for your home. Simple, clean and 40% more efficient. Salads and more in your indoor garden all year around
hydroponic  garden 
march 2017
Markdown Editors Shootout: Support for Tables, Footnotes, Strikethrough
A detailed overview of just about all of the Markdown tools/editors available on Mac.
Marked  markdown 
march 2017
Son.gg – Share Music. Everywhere.
In the vein of [Songlink](https://songlink.io/) from the last Web Excursions, another easy way to share a song and let the recipient pick which service to listen to it on.
spotify  Sharing  applemusic  music 
february 2017
AutoSleep. Track Sleep from Watch Automatically on the App Store
I'm in love with this one right now. It works with the Apple Watch to track your sleep, including heart rate and other Apple Watch health data, but reads it without needing an Apple Watch app. It figures out when you're sleeping automatically, no app to remember to start up when you're going to bed.
health  ios  sleep  applewatch 
february 2017
Milanote: The notes app for creative work.
"The notes app for creative work." A web-based, visual, unstructured space for ideas and note-taking. Similar to Curio in concept (though much smaller in feature scope).
brainstorming  notetaking  curio  webapp 
february 2017
Mullvad - World-Class VPN Service
A plug-and-play VPN service to keep your online activity, identity, and location private. Pay €5/mo with Bitcoin, cash, bank wire, credit card (PayPal), or Swish.
privacy  vpn  security 
february 2017
Reverb for Amazon Alexa
Access Alexa from your Mac (iOS version [available as well](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/reverb-for-amazon-alexa/id1144695621?mt=8&at=10l4tL&ct=blog). I just started playing with this and I'm not even very familiar with Alexa yet and I'm really impressed.
alexa  macos  amazon 
february 2017
The Petter App - Keep track of your pet's life.
An iOS app that helps organize info about your pets, including contact info and records for vets, groomers, and pet sitters, plus notes, todo lists, and reminders synced to your calendar. Share the info easily with anyone who needs to know.
animals  iphone  ipad  pets  ios 
february 2017
Quick Peek
I love this idea (tried to monkeywrench a similar system in Evernote years ago). Order QR-style stickers to put on boxes, photograph the contents of a box, then use the iOS app to associate the inventory in a searchable database.
organization  iphone  qrcode 
february 2017
Songlink - Share music with everyone
Instead of sharing a Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, Google Music, or Deezer link, share the song with all the links and let people choose their preferred playback service.
spotify  Sharing  applemusic  music 
february 2017
Data Selfie
A Chrome extension that tracks you while you are on Facebook to show you your own data traces and reveal how machine learning algorithms use your data to gain insights about your personality.
privacy  security  facebook 
february 2017
Fantastic Flow Arrows for Sketch
This tutorial shows you how to make scalable, dynamic flow arrows for your UX flow charts and explainers. It’s inspired by Jarosław Ceborski’s User Flow Diagram Template — I saw what they had created…
flowchart  sketchapp  sketch 
february 2017
Cerebro App – open-source productivity booster with a brain
An open source alternative to Alfred and Spotlight. It won't replace LaunchBar _or_ Alfred for me right now, but the API is robust and pretty straightforward, so I'm watching the plugin development here.
alfred  spotlight  launcher 
february 2017
Markdown To Medium - The fastest way to get your Markdown post onto Medium
A quick way to publish a Markdown post to Medium. Includes the ability to detect code blocks and create gists so you can get Medium's syntax highlighting.
medium  markdown 
january 2017
Flesch reading ease test l10n · Issue #267 · Yoast/YoastSEO.js
YoastSEO.js - Analyze content on a page and give SEO feedback as well as render a snippet preview.
reading  flesch 
january 2017
How to customize the small control strip of the macOS touchbar even further | WLBORg's Blog
A cool tip for further customizing the Touch Bar on a MacBook Pro by editing PLIST files.
touchbar  macbook  customization  mac 
january 2017
WebSlides: Create Beautiful HTML Presentations
One of these days I'll get around to sharing my reviews of the plethora of HTML presentation slides (and all of my Markdown->HTML Deck scripts), but for now I'll just link the latest coolness. Lacks the presenter notes I love so much, but WebSlides is amazingly powerful for as simple as the markup is.
html5  slides  presentation  html 
january 2017
Find a Remote Job
Given the fact that if I ever decide to return to the workforce as part of a company, I'll absolutely want to work remotely (because who would want to leave MN in the middle of January?), this Product Hunt collection of apps for finding remote jobs is handy to have bookmarked. That was a really long sentence even without the parenthetical. Sorry.
job  remote 
january 2017
Opera Neon – The future of web browsers?
Opera's vision for the future of desktop browsers. Split screen mode, quick image capture to a scrapbook with return links, pop-out video player, and a neat take on tab management.
opera  browser 
january 2017
Commits.io
I never love my code enough to memorialize it, but this service will take your code and create a good-looking poster you can hang on your wall. I like the idea, anyway...
poster 
january 2017
MacScripter / GUI scripting information
I know AppleScript is slowly dying, and GUI scripting is, like, the worst part of automation with AS, but this script is a godsend even if you're using JSX. It takes any running app and creates a hierarchical list of every menu item in it, making it easy to [script choosing them](http://www.macosxautomation.com/applescript/uiscripting/index.html).
gui  applescript  scripting 
january 2017
Make Marked.app work with Pandoc and tufte.css
Here's how to get Marked.app to do all the Pandoc pre-processing for you when previewing documents. It also explains how to use tufte.css as a theme in Marked, which I find to be very pretty.
CSS  Marked  pandoc 
january 2017
Glass for iPhone 7 / 7 Plus
SwitchEasy™ Glass THE WORLD'S FIRST CASE DESIGNED TO PROTECT JET BLACK IPHONE 7
case  iphone 
january 2017
Hyper
An HTML/JS/CSS terminal app for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Pretty sweet feature set.
Terminal 
january 2017
Zazu
A new open source launcher for MacOS that is completely (and obligatorily) hackable. No built in integrations, extensible through a plugin architecture.
launcher  hacking  macos  launchbar 
january 2017
PaceCoach - Pace your Music
PaceCoach optimizes your songs to match your running cadence by automatically adjusting the tempo of your music to match your pace. Works with Spotify playlists or local music.
appstore  running  iphone  music 
january 2017
English syntax highlighter
This is a syntax highlighter for English. It uses natural language processing to determine the part of speech for each word and highlights accordingly. It works with tricky sentences too, e.g. The man we saw saw a saw.
english  syntax  language 
january 2017
Glif
I've long been using the Glif from Studio Neat for mounting my iPhone on various tripods, and the latest version adds a feature I've always wanted: a quick release lever. Plus portrait/landscape swivel, 3 tripod mounts for additional accessories, and an optional hand grip and wrist strap.
iphone  accessories  hardware 
december 2016
Affinity Photo
If you're looking for a Photoshop replacement, I'm happy to offer this recommendation. I purchased it at the intro sale price ($39.99) last week and am very satisfied with it. All the photo editing tools you need, plus excellent selection tools, plugins, macros, text styles and a _lot_ more.
photoshop  macos  software  mac  photo 
december 2016
Gboard
I've mentioned this iOS keyboard before (Android version available now), but it's worth mentioning again (and it's a winner of a Product Hunt Golden Kitty award). It's my absolute favorite replacement for the default iOS keyboard, with swipe typing, built in Google search, GIF search, emoji search (though iOS has this by default now) and other niceties that make it amazing to use.
ios  keyboard 
december 2016
Step-by-step guide to making your own images
Follow the steps below to make your own images. An alternative guide to making your own images using Photoshop Elelments 8 is available here in PDF format (by Thomas Kaffka).
astrophotography  fits  image 
december 2016
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