Weekends were made for catching up.

  • rubydictionary - Turn the RDoc from any ruby application into an OS/X dictionary. That's kinda neat.
  • Rails 3.1 upgrade and asset folders - Some notes on making Rails and Capistrano play nicely together again.
  • Private Eye - Free network connection monitor for OS X Lion.
  • The new Ruby Toolbox is ready! - Big overhaul for this site that helps you find the most popular gems and plugins in a variety of categories.
  • Upgrading to Rails 3.1.1 - Some help if you're coming from any beta in the 3.1.0 or 3.1.1
  • series.
  • ApeJS - Tiny javascript web framework for Google App Engine.
  • 16 Pixels: For Body Copy. Anything Less is a Costly Mistake. - Good advice. Except when it isn't, of course.
  • Dart - New "structured web programming" language from Google. Personally, I'm underwhelmed; it looks like a main driver is the hope of creating a class of web apps that run best on Chrome for the immediate future. If I wanted amenities wrapping javascript, I'd use CoffeeScript.