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Once upon a time 0day meant releasing knowledge of an exploit the day after Microsoft's patch day. Ahhh reminicent mood  :D

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Superb list, as always  :Thmbsup:

Love the look of the added program (Web log Storming) - fingers crossed  :P

Thanks to mouser (yoo da man!!!) and all companies involved  :)

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Would just like to say that I've received my prize (Essential PIM Pro) and couldn't be happier with both the software itself, and the politeness and friendliness of the developers. Fantastic people creating superb software, s'what I like to hear  :Thmbsup:

Many thanks again!

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Just released Episode #2 called "Reality Check"! Please do listen in and tell me your thoughts  :Thmbsup: Thanks to loads of you who have already downloaded!

Blog Post Announcement | RSS Feed | Direct Download

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Thanks everyone! It seems to be going really well  8) As shown by my post here.

New episode tonight :)

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Anyone calls me Mr Motivator (I think only Brits will understand..?) it's handbags at dawn  :D

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Evening all  8) Hope you're all having a good one  :Thmbsup:

Just wanted to mention (read: mouser held a gun to my head and threatened the worst) that I've released episode one of my new Personal Development Podcast, over on my site DebateLife.com - it's a little GOE related so it's home resides here I believe!

I hope you enjoy, I would love feedback so I can improve the next episode :)

Thanks all,
Matt

New Episode Just Released! - 3rd October 2006

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Living Room / Re: DonationCoder.com wallpapers (part of set 03)
« on: October 01, 2006, 03:07 PM »
Very nice nudone! Thank you  :D Would love 1680x1050 if it's possible  :-*

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Well, I must admit that I think I won the best prize of the lot.  :D  And to top things off, it was first time entering the drawing as I am a fairly new member. As a show of appreciation I have made a $25 donation today and gave all my credits to the site. Keep up the good work gang.

Welcome to the site! I'm sure mouser really appreciates the donation  :) Nice job, and take care!

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The Getting Organized Experiment of 2006 / How I'm Becoming Productive
« on: September 30, 2006, 04:29 AM »
I just thought I would alert you all to a blog post I just made, about GTD and Productivity. Please do comment on there and let me know what you think!  :Thmbsup:

Thanks very much!

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Living Room / oh, don't forget... (FREE txt reminders!)
« on: September 29, 2006, 12:24 PM »
Need I say more?  :Thmbsup: Looks really good! (Gotta' lurve Web 2.0!  :D )

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Developer's Corner / Re: "Web 2.0" Ajax Loading-GIF (For Web Devs)
« on: September 29, 2006, 12:20 PM »

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Developer's Corner / How to be a programmer (WOW!!!)
« on: September 29, 2006, 12:14 PM »
Also found this on StumbleUpon - looks like a fantastic (and "realistic") article on the other side of programming  :)

http://samizdat.mines.edu/howto/HowToBeAProgrammer.html

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Developer's Corner / "Web 2.0" Ajax Loading-GIF (For Web Devs)
« on: September 29, 2006, 12:07 PM »
Just found this rather interesting page through StumbleUpon  :Thmbsup: Web 2.0 Devs - Enjoy!

http://www.ajaxload.info/

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YAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!!  :D

Thank yooooou!!!!  :Thmbsup:

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Mini-Reviews by Members / TextMate - Mac OS X Coding Heaven
« on: September 25, 2006, 02:01 AM »
Basic Info

App NameTextMate
App URLhttp://www.macromates.com
App Version Reviewed1.5.3
Test System SpecsiMac (Intel Core Duo), 512mb RAM, 250gb HDD, 20" Monitor
Supported OSesMac OS X
Support MethodsForum, Email, Mailing List
Upgrade PolicyI believe all updates (minor/major) are free (not 100% sure)
Trial Version Available?Fully-functional 30day trial
Pricing Scheme€39 (Euros)

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Intro:

TextMate is probably the best text-editor for the Mac OS X operating system. This program, for the price, has blown me away. I can't personally afford it at the moment, but the trial is running fully-functional for me (and will for 30 days). The feature-set is extensive and the program itself is in active development. It recently won a "Best Developer Tool Award" at WWDC (Official Apple Event - I think). Here are just some of the main features presented on the front-page of their site:

* Ability to Search and Replace in a Project
* Auto-Indent for Common Actions Like Pasting Text
* Auto-Pairing of Brackets and Other Characters
* Clipboard History
* Column Selections and Column Typing
* Completion of Words from Current Document
* CSS-like Selectors to Pinpoint the Scope of Actions and Settings
* Declarative Language Grammars for Graceful Mixing and Hacking
* Dynamic Outline for Working With Multiple Files
* Expand Trigger Words to Code Blocks With Tab-able Placeholders
* File Tabs when Working With Projects
* Foldable Code Blocks
* Function Pop-up for Quick Overview and Navigation
* Plug-able Through Your Favorite Scripting Language
* Recordable Macros With No Programming Required
* Regular Expression Search and Replace (grep)
* Run Shell Commands from Within a Document
* Support for Darcs, Perforce, SVK, and Subversion
* Support for More Than 50 Languages
* Switch Between Files in Projects With a Minimum of Key Strokes
* Themable Syntax Highlight Colors
* Visual Bookmarks to Jump Between Places in a File
* Works As External Editor for (s)ftp Programs
* Works Together With Xcode and Can Build Xcode Projects



Who is this app designed for:

It's mainly for people that already have a fair idea of what a text-editor is used for. It isn't a "hold your hand" application - but having said that - it isn't hard to use at all. It's the perfect balance between rookie, and poweruser. It delivers to this demographic exceptionally well.

The Good


Where do I start? The price (€39) is fantastic for what you get. I believe it includes all future minor and major updates. It is highly highly extensible through "bundles" (plugins) and you get a fair few included already. Many many others are available for free download. There is even a bundle for blogging! And almost every language you could think of (see screenshot above for the included bundle list). Whilst the interface looks bare, the features are really in the menus at the top. It is so lightweight for what it does. Oh and spell-checking is fab too!

The needs improvement section


Nothing specifically stands out to be honest. Maybe the blogging bundle could be made to be a little easier to operate, but I am afraid that is the only real criticism I could find. I know, it's sad, but also quite extraordinary at the same time! 


Why I think you should use this product

Well, if you are a Mac user, you may already be using it.. but if you aren't, then this program will make your work so much more efficient it's untrue!

How does it compare to similar apps

I'm afraid I haven't had time to assess the competition, but it fulfills my needs so sufficiently that I do not think there is reason for me to look.

Conclusions

Textmate packs a serious punch for the exceptional price tag. There is many avenues of support (including IRC) and it's my favourite app for Mac that I have found as of yet.

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Living Room / Re: Mind Performance Hacks Book
« on: September 25, 2006, 01:27 AM »
Saw this in Borders the other week... nearly got it, but I think I went for a coffee and forgot  :-[ ;)

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I saw this recently, too. (I live in England).

It is absolutely unimaginable to me, that if I was advertising a website by speech, where you couldn't see the address, and if it was spelt different to common thought, that they would not register the second domain. I am ASTOUNDED at the INCOMPETENCE of so many organisations that act this STUPID!

/rant

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Developer's Corner / Code-sharing site - with user-ranking
« on: August 27, 2006, 04:30 AM »
Just found this - not a whole lot there at the moment, but nice idea  :Thmbsup:

http://www.bytemycode.com/

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Thanks for the tips app! And the new version, love hotkeys  :D

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Find And Run Robot / Apologies if this is OT...
« on: August 24, 2006, 11:14 PM »
Just wanted to let you know mouser, that I found this, take a look if you like - looks like a "simpler" thing to FARR  :)

http://launchy.sourceforge.net/index.html

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Very nice (just been using it)  :D

May I make just two little "requests" for features? It would "perfect" it for me  :)

  • Re-Organising of Tasks - Is it possible to make available the drag-drop re-organising of tasks in the task list to prioritise?
  • Auto-Save - Also would be great for the list to save automagically after entering a new item! (or, if #1 is implimented, also everytime something is re-organised)

Ta for now  :D

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Thank you app - I shall try it out right away. Keep up the good work  :Thmbsup:

Looking forward to this project - should be great!

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(Apologies for belated reply)

Nice! Will try asap - thanks app  8)

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What a fantastic blog! Thanks mouser  :Thmbsup:

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