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QuickLinks vom 01. April bis zum 25. Mai

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 01. April bis zum 25. Mai:

  • ClipX - is a tiny clipboard history manager for windows. It is sweet, it is free, use it.
  • Miller - is like sed, awk, cut, join, and sort for name-indexed data such as CSV and tabular JSON. With Miller you get to use named fields without needing to count positional indices.
  • chext - is a simple shell utility to change the extension of a file or list of files.
  • Contexts - is a radically simpler, faster and powerful window switcher.
  • Markdeep - is a technology for writing plain text documents that will look good in any web browser. It supports diagrams, common styling conventions, and equations as extensions of Markdown syntax. Markdeep is free and easy to use. It doesn’t require a plugin or Internet connection. Your document never leaves your machine and there’s nothing to install. You don’t have to export, compile, or otherwise process your document.
  • HappyFeed - is a Fever API compatible RSS Server built with Ruby on Rails.
  • Thyme - is a console Pomodoro timer with tmux integration & pre/post hooks
  • nerd-fonts - is a project that attempts to patch as many developer targeted and/or used fonts as possible. The patch is to specifically add a high number of additional glyphs from popular ‘iconic fonts’ such as Powerline, Font Awesome, Devicons, Octicons, and others.
  • Apache Tika - is a content analysis toolkit.The Apache Tika(tm) toolkit detects and extracts metadata and text from over a thousand different file types (such as PPT, XLS, and PDF). All of these file types can be parsed through a single interface, making Tika useful for search engine indexing, content analysis, translation, and much more.
  • Helium - is a floating browser window for OS X that allows you to watch media while you work. Your content will never fall behind your other windows even as you switch tasks.