Mac OS X Software for the Uninitiated

I have a lot of friends who’ve switched to Mac OS X from both Windows and Linux in the past few years. I think it’s a good computing platform (duh, otherwise I wouldn’t be using it), but of course it can take a while to find all those handy little bits of software that make life just a bit easier.

So, since I’m a lazy bastard and got sick of regurgitating my list of Mac OS X software to switcher friends in the past few years, I finally made a Mac OS X Resources page with a list of software that I personally use and think kicks ass. There’s also a (small) collection of hints and tips, including some coding tips for those moving across from Linux. (I’m aware that the coding tips really are quite sparse — I’ll hopefully find some time to expand that in the future.) I hope the resources page is useful for someone else out there: if you do find it useful, a very simple one-line email saying thanks is always appreciated! As Larry Wall would say, have the appropriate amount of fun.

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