The number of tabs open is beginning to limit the memory available for other more important stuff, so here goes:
Now this has evolved from when the tab first opened, but the premise is still very exciting: cross platform native mobile applications written in HTML5 and Ruby.
Kill all those mob birds with one gemstone.
Put jobs in a queue in the background in way that scales and comes with spiffy monitoring.
Although I still use MacPorts, Homebrew just feels nicer (that the recipes are Ruby is puuuurely coincidental)
Online git reference - 'nuff said.
Quick, easy, simple note taking with optional web synchronization (using "SimpleNote":http://simplenoteapp.com/).
Fits my work flow like a glove.
Useful snippets for iPhone/iPad and MacOS apps.
Simon Stewart's entertaining QCon talk about the role of SETs in Google that finally gave a title to what it is I do to earn a living.
This year's GoRuCo talks - some really interesting stuff. Make sure you have several hours free.