Monthly Archives: March 2008

Make Gmail a (better) standalone app without Fluid or Safari

Post by Ben Edwards

If you are like me you use Gmail and love it. You also use a Mac and have found Firefox has started to become too bloated and slow to use for accessing your Gmail. For a while now I have … Continue reading

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SSH tab completion tip

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

MacOSXHints.com has a sweet little tip to get tab completion for ssh. Just enter the following line at the bottom of your .bash_profile script for tab completing goodness. complete -W “$(echo `cat ~/.ssh/known_hosts | cut -f 1 -d ‘ ‘ … Continue reading

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Field tab order in Firefox in OS X

Post by Ben Edwards

Only a couple things have bothered me during this past year’s transition to OS X. One of them has been Firefox’s issues with tabbing through form fields. Specifically, how it can tab through text fields and textareas but not dropdown … Continue reading

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Startup Pitfall #2: You CAN be too accessible

Post by Ben Edwards

One of the first things we thought we knew about the way we wanted to employ agile methods* was that our team should nearly always be on-site with the customer or stakeholder to facilitate communication most effectively. With several projects … Continue reading

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2GX Wrapup

Post by Ben Edwards

Jesse and I have been back from the Groovy/Grails Experience in Reston, Virginia for about a week now and we have had time to digest what we took in. Like most conferences, it was the time between sessions I found … Continue reading

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