links for 2009-02-23

  • I am typing this on a 9-inch, 3G-equipped, almost-pocketable computer, running the best consumer OS money can currently buy. It costs around $400. Do you want one too? Here's how to get yours.

    There are a lot of netbooks on which you can install and run OS X, but if you're mindful of the handy comparison chart those lads at Boing Boing Gadgets have compiled, you'll know that the Mini 9 is about as ideal a platform as you'll find for a Hackintosh ultraportable: Everything from wi-fi, sound and the function keys down to the optional integrated mobile broadband card and the SD card reader are supported and work as they should. No hardware compromises at all. It's awesome.

  • This plugin allows quick creation/manipulation of CSS Rules, in a "jQuery-way". It includes features like chaining, iteration using each, selectors with context. Many functions are available, like slice, pushStack, not, add, remove, append, css, and some more. As far as it has been tested, the plugin should perform well in most browsers, some specials methods still need some more testing. Feedback is much appreciated.
  • GreaseKit is a SIMBL plugin, that adds user scripting to Safari, Mailplane, Diet Pibb.app and all WebKit applications.
  • Manage your MySQL databases with the best looking MySQL Database Management App on Mac OS X. Sequel Pro is the perfect tool for working with database-driven websites and applications with support for MySQL 3, MySQL 4 and MySQL 5 databases.
  • Querious is a new MySQL database management application written from the ground up exclusively for Mac OS X Leopard. Unlike mindless Mac OS X versions of applications made for Windows or Linux, Querious is a stunning new app that is precise and easy to understand, giving you full control without getting in your way.