outorg lets you convert source-code buffers temporarily to org-mode for comment editing.
You need eSATA USB3 adapter cables because they are super-fast, work on nearly every modern computer, and provide the fastest speeds with least hassle.
This one worked great for me, repeatedly, on a few different boxes.
Note: that adapter cable is not designed work in a USB hub.
@tuxera NTFS for Mac lets you easily read and write NTFS partitions.
This is the kind of high quality software that gets you excited about your job (in software) again!
If plan to live in the modern universe running a Mac and you are not running this then you are missing out pleasant and easy operations on NTFS partitions.
Copied 107GB in 21 minutes
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@coriolissystems iPartition makes partition management on OS X a happy dream.
It does only what you expect.
If you have worked with OS X’s
Disk Utility enough you know how unpredictable it can be. I don’t know why it is that way, but you do have to be careful and thoughtful even if you are in iPartition. I suppose that it has to do with the OS and neither of the tools.
I just know that iPartition makes it trivially easy to resize and recreate partitions and on OS X 10.11 it is impossible to do so with Disk Utility!
hdiutil chpass [image_name]
Seal your boots before the snow falls this year!
I went the Beeswax route. It worked great. Take your time to seal it up nice. Cut your chamois strips first; a few 2“x2” pieces are fine. Set up your waxing station with your Atsko beeswax, strips, boots, and heat source. I used a hair dryer. Wish that I had done this with every pair of boots that I’d ever owned!
Reminds me, ought to do this for my sandals, too.
Emacs-wgrep provides writable grep buffer that apply the changes to files.
Intuitive and familiar idea if you already like editable dired buffers.
Every need an audio file with nothing on it?
Surprisingly it is pretty common.
Here are some blank MP3s, thank you Xamuel!