It’s been a busy week. If you listen to Systematic, you probably know why…
- Sponsor: PDFpen Scan+ (May 8th)
- A huge thanks to Smile for their continued support. PDFpen Scan+ is an amazing iOS app that turns your mobile device into a document scanner, complete with OCR!
- Install SearchLink without the Terminal hassle (May 8th)
- SearchLink is one of my projects that I continue to find is the most useful part of my workflow (that I’ve given away for free). It’s now possible to install it with a double-click, with no more Terminal requirements.
- Bash and Dash (May 10th)
- If you spend time in Terminal, you should probably also be a Dash user. Connect them up!
- Making my tmux life easier (May 11th)
- A script for
tmuxusers to make creating and switching to sessions and windows an easy task. Watch for the “fuzzy” bash completion script soon!
- PopMaker: a PopClip extension generator (May 12th)
- It turns out there are a lot of PopClip users who found this as useful as I’d hoped they would. If you’ve ever needed a PopClip extension to search or do basic text manipulation on a selection, this little app puts the power in your hands.
- MultiMarkdown upgrades for Marky the Markdownifier (May 12th)
- I’m really excited about the updates to Marky. Read up on the page, and then go try it out. Seriously.
- Giveaway: 5 codes for Yoink (May 14th)
- The Yoink giveaway just started today and runs until Friday. Go enter!
- Systematic 96 with Matthew Ward (May 14th)
- Another great conversation on Systematic, this one with writer Matthew Ward, who’s also a PhD in Computational Biology.
- up: fuzzy navigation up a directory tree (May 14th)
- An update to the
bdutility by Vigneshwaran Raveendran. Fuzzy, case-insensitive matching for jumping to any location above the current folder in Terminal.