WGif is a command line tool for creating animated GIFs from YouTube videos.
TileWindows is a window management tool developed to provide a quick and practical way to rearrange and resize windows as and when required.
In addition to the programs preset window layout options, it includes also standard functions such as half-sizing a window to the left or right of the screen, cascading windows or switching to full screen mode. Customizable shortcuts can be used instead of the menubar.
MetaBliss is a new ID3 tag editor for Mac OS X. It will help you clean up your meta-data. With MetaBliss, you can quickly edit Artist, Song Name, Comments and all other tags. It’s an editor designed for speed, so you can fix multiple files at once.
For OS X, with a Windows version available for pre-order.
This little app allows you to control the iTunes volume using volume-up and volume-down hotkeys from your keyboard.
It allows you also to control the same iTunes volume by means of your Apple Remote control.
This is particularly useful to control the volume of AirPlay devices.
Mosh cleaner kills stale mosh sessions
psutil (python system and process utilities) is a cross-platform library for retrieving information on running processes and system utilization (CPU, memory, disks, network) in Python.
It is useful mainly for system monitoring, profiling and limiting process resources and management of running processes.
A hyperfast web frontend for git repositories written in C.
Shundle is a simple plugin manager for general purpose shells
Plugins can be loaded from Github, the web or local files. Worth a look if your shell
rc file is getting out of hand.
Unlike other task management software, OneTask does not rely on priorities or deadlines to sort your tasks. When you create a task, you have the choice to begin it now or later. If you feel that a specific task should be postponed, skip it and pick a delay that fits the best. This task will then only be shown to you again when this delay has passed.
OneTask has an unusual user interface, too—see the demo video for details.
dategrep searches the named input files for lines matching a date range and prints them to stdout.
If dategrep works on a seekable file, it can do a binary search to find the first and last line to print pretty efficiently. dategrep can also read from stdin if one the filename arguments is just a hyphen, but in this case it has to parse every single line which will be slower.
dategrep --start "12:00" --end "12:15" --format "%b %d %H:%M:%S" syslog
Easy version control and collaboration for writers
As well as offering well-thought-out version control this web-based text editor syncs with Dropbox, Evernote, Box & Google Drive, makes it easy to publish your work on a long list of platforms, and comes with a Chrome extension that lets you edit textareas across the web with Draft.
Collect and explore your daily data! You can track how far you run, how much you study, sleep or spend, whatever you want. Then… explore your stats.
A ‘quantified self' app that generates graphs and charts on the fly, and mixes automated data collection—location, weather, distance travelled, &c.—with manual updates.