Or use versiontracker. The comments are useful if you ignore the trolls and patheticly uninformed comments.
HandBrake and ffmpegX - see that previous post.
Dasher Daemon - menubar geek system monitor; network bandwidth usage monitor, cpu, disk activity, memory usage, etc.
NetNewsWire Pro. Awesome Mac RSS newsreader. It:
- has just about every feature I could want in a newsreader
- it's architecture is excellent in terms of allowing you to choose what other apps you want to have it call for performing related functions
- it integrates with NewsGator, so I can stay synchronized across:
Speaking of the web and cell phone - I use Opera Mini on my RAZR. Go get Opera Mini right now if you have a cell phone with web access. I guarantee Mini is better than the browser that came on your cell phone.
- my Macs
- Windows machines at home and at work
- my RAZR cell phone
- whatever Microsoft SmartPhone I end up getting for work so I can start trying it out with our Exchange 2003 upgrade.
- and whatever other machines I happen to use that aren't one of the above, as long as it has a web browser
Bittorrent. Great for getting those iso's.
Firefox of course. Have I blogged about the Firefox extensions I use? These aren't necessarily the very best in the world, but they're the ones I use. Firefox extensions:
Activity Monitor. It's in your Utilities folder and I run it as a startup (login) item.
Google Earth rocks. Everyone who has a computer and is interested in looking at the planet they live on should have it. Very happy there's finally a Mac version. Thanks!