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QuickLinks vom 30. Januar bis zum 1. Februar

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Meine del.icio.us-Links vom 30. Januar bis zum 1. Februar:

  • Soundfly - is a very little utility that just sends the audio of one Mac to another. Requires Soundflower.
  • Schäuble is watching you! - Schäuble als Wordpress-PlugIn, sehr gut!
  • Poderosa - is a tabbed terminal emulator for Windows.
  • Adultitis - is a common condition occurring in people between the ages of 21–121, marked by chronic dullness, mild depression, moderate to extremely high stress levels, a general fear of change, and, in some extreme cases, the inability to smile.
  • Detecting Credit Card Numbers in Network Traffic -
  • Utility Belt - is a grab-bag of tricks, tools, techniques, trifles, and toys for IRB, including convenience methods, language patches, and useful extensions.
  • FreeUndelete - is data recovery program for deleted files. In case of accidental deletion of files on a NTFS (used by default in Windows XP, 2000 and NT), FAT32 or FAT16 file systems FreeUndelete is the utility to help.
  • DownloadGrowler - is a small utility that monitors your Downloads folder, and posts Growl notifications when downloads start and finish.
  • HD Trailers - apple.com HD-Trailer RSS-Feed. To be fed to iTunes…
  • Top 100 Funny Quotes - To be fed to the Tumblelog…
  • Agile Authoring - The aim is to create a set of guidelines and tools to allow a small group to effectively collaborate in writing a paper. The process should assist in rapidly arriving at a paper that is clear, concise, and has a consistent style throughout.
  • Kettensägen Klingelton - Von STIHL. Man fasst es kaum…
  • To Do Widget - is a lightweight and fast widget to manage tasks. Thanks to Mac OS X Leopard it integrates with iCal and Mail. The big advantage: to manage your tasks you don’t have to leave these applications open.
  • iPhonesque - The dialog box from iPhone, stuffed into Growl.
  • Using ICMP tunneling to steal Internet - Amazing. Now imagine tunneling your web-traffic through that ssh-tunnel which is tunneled through ICMP…
  • A nearly one page summary of design rules by Jef Raskin -