These are my links for 13 mag 2010 through 14 mag 2010:
- Freeware OS X – Freeware software for Apple Macs | OSX | – We provide links and descriptions to the best freeware available for Mac OS X. Please come back and visit us often as we update our site daily.
- Mac Freeware and Free mac Software for OSX – How to use FreeMacWare.com<br />
At FreeMacWare.com, we try to be just a little different from the other download sites. We only review freeware for Mac OS X, and we aren’t trying to find all the freeware out — just the best. We review freeware that both we and our readers have found, and we post everyday. At the end of each post, you will find a link to the developer’s site so you can learn more, make sure the freeware is compatible with your system, and download the latest version.
- Open Source Mac – Free Mac software, all open-source, all OS X. – Open Source Mac is a simple list of the best free and open source software for Mac OS X. We aren't trying to be a comprehensive listing of every open-source mac app, instead we want to showcase the best, most important, and easiest to use. This page should be a handy reference and a useful tool for getting more people to start using free and open-source software. If you think we're missing any great apps, please let us know. Open Source Mac is of course hosted on Linux.
- Switching to Chrome? Download these Extensions | Nettuts+ – When Chrome first entered the browser wars in September 2008, although it quickly acquired a big 1% of the audience, many resented the fact it wasn’t as extensible as the long-time favorite Firefox browser. Developers want add-ons – things that’ll make their coding faster and easier, with less room for mistakes. Things which, let’s face it, Chrome couldn’t yet offer. But things have since changed.
- How To Build Your Own Edublogs.org Site in 7 Easy Steps – Did you know that Edublogs.org is run by the same people who are behind WPMU DEV?<br />
That means that WPMU DEV supplies members with all the plugins and functionality that anyone would need to build their own Edublogs.org style site.<br />
Well, we figured that we’d create a quick guide to assist: