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Today, the same Nicholas Jitkoff from Google has introduced The Quick Search Box. Which I would believe is a replacement for QuickSilver from now on.
The good things are:
- Same awesome developer and more
- Still opensource
Go ahead grab it for yourself at: http://code.google.com/p/qsb-mac/
- If you have hard time on adding Google Account, please try capitalizing the first letter of your username and domain name, such as ‘Libin.Pan’ and ‘@Gmail.com’
At least you should get 1Passwd for free for today here. It was the first software I’ve bought after I’ve been maced.
Learning by samples:
- Google Code Search
- Byte My Code
- Dzone Snippets
- Code Fetch
- O’reilly Code Search
Credit: 10 Code Search Engines
Chrome for Windows is already available for downloading at www.google.com/chrome.
Want to know more?
Chrome at LearnHub
Chrome for Windows is ready for downloading now: www.google.com/chrome
Google Chrome is Google’s open source browser project. As rumored before under the name of “Google Browser”, this will be based on the existing rendering engine Webkit. Furthermore, it will include Google’s Gears project.
Google just announced it will launch a new web browser tomorrow, Sep. 2nd, 2008. It’s called Chrome.
So why are we launching Google Chrome? Because we believe we can add value for users and, at the same time, help drive innovation on the web.
A interest part of this launch is Google created a comic book to explain the Chrome. I spent some time put it together as a pdf share it here:
Mozilla just released an experiment version of Ubiquity yesterday.
This was originally posted on github, I save a backup here just in case.
- Git build-in server
git daemon –base-path=/Users/libinpan/clone-from-github –export-all
git clone git://127.0.0.1/rails…
Note: The default port git uses is 9418. Make sure that your firewall is set up to handle this.
git instaweb –httpd=webrick
- Deploy with Capistrano
set :repository, “git://127.0.0.1/rails-app”
Outsourcing or not?
Win-win or win-lose?
Be sure to read the comments.
iftop: display bandwidth usage on an interface
How to install?
- Download and install the Universal Binary from here
- Or if you already have MacPort installed
sudo port install iftop
How to use it?
- run “ifconfig -l” or “/Applications/Utilities/Network\ Utility.app” to get your network interface id.
- In my case is ‘en1′, so I just type into Terminal:
sudo iftop -i en1