Blink #1 - The first in a series of Link-Blogging posts
In the course of my daily work, I come across loads of useful or interesting links, but often I don’t have time for a full-length blog post about them. (In many cases, others have already written things up better than I could have anyway).
Some of the stuff I encounter I might tweet, or email to friends and colleagues, but many get lost and forgotten along the way. So, I’ve decided to produce a series of link-blogging posts… hence the name blink: a cunning portmanteau of blog and link. :)
Without further ado, here’s my first bunch of (possibly) interesting links:
- Render alternate IE6 layouts in only CSS
- How to shush git’s patronising push warning
- Yehuda Katz on How to Build Sinatra on Rails 3
- Bartender – a RailsRumble entry by some NWRUG guys
- CouchDBX – a quick way to get CouchDB up and running on your Mac
- Getting Vodafone Mobile Connect working on Snow Leopard
- Sketches – edit Ruby in your favourite editor, but get it reloaded in IRB.
- Pedant – an annoying Ruby library.
- Rush – a replacement for the unix shell (bash, zsh, etc) which uses pure Ruby syntax