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QuickLinks vom 01. März bis zum 13. März

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 01. März bis zum 13. März:

  • Paperless - is a command-line tool for Mac OS X that will help you automate your paperless workflow from your scanner to your e-filing cabinet. Paperless analyzes your scanned documents and processes them through a set of user defined rules. These rules determine how and where to file the document. The entire process is entirely automated so that all you need to do is press the scan button on your scanner! While you can run Paperless directly from the command-line (via Terminal.app), it would work best if it were combined with an application like Hazel or folder actions. If your scanner is configured to place a document directly into a folder (ScanSnap is awesome), these tools can automatically launch Paperless to tag and process your document so that you never have to look at it again. (Well until you need to actually find it.)
  • Ry’s Objective-C Tutorial - This tutorial is the place to learn the Objective-C programming language. It’s designed to serve as both a concise quick-reference and a comprehensive introduction for newcomers to the language. A familiarity with basic programming concepts like variables, functions, and objects is recommended, but not strictly required.
  • Ry’s Git Tutorial - is a complete introduction to distributed version control with a focus on practical command line usage. We explain Git’s robust branching, merging, and collaboration capabilities from the ground up, so prior experience with centralized systems like SVN or CVS is not required. This tutorial is an updated release of Ry’s Friendly Guide to Git, an e-book originally published through the Amazon Kindle Store for $6. It is now available free of charge.
  • Defer - is a Google Chrome extension to save your links to any of the most popular services for reading later: Instapaper, Readability, Pocket, and Kippt.
  • Mininet - creates a realistic virtual network, running real kernel, switch and application code, on a single machine (VM, cloud or native), in seconds, with a single command. It is a network emulator which creates a network of virtual hosts, switches, controllers, and links. Mininet hosts run standard Linux network software, and its switches support OpenFlow for highly flexible custom routing and Software-Defined Networking. Mininet supports research, development, learning, prototyping, testing, debugging, and any other tasks that could benefit from having a complete experimental network on a laptop or other PC.
  • Windows 95 Tips, Tricks, and Tweaks - Windows needs a lock of your hair to continue…
  • Slogger - indexes various public social services and creates Day One (http://dayoneapp.com/) journal entries or plain text Markdown files for them. It allows you to keep a personal journal that collects your online social life automatically, all in one place.
  • git-remote-gcrypt - a git remote helper for GPG-encrypted remotes. The aim is to provide confidential, authenticated git storage and collaboration using typical untrusted file hosts or services.
  • Koken - is a free system designed for photographers, designers, and creative DIYs to publish independent websites of their work. Koken comes with a free publish services plugin for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom that makes updating, editing and replacing content easy.
  • CamStudio - is able to record all screen and audio activity on your computer and create industry-standard AVI video files and using its built-in SWF Producer can turn those AVIs into lean, mean, bandwidth-friendly Streaming Flash videos (SWFs)