You can never have enough image compression apps. I recently started using JPEGmini when I wanted to compress old images on this blog and am really happy with the results.
For the past month I have been testing MarsEdit which is a desktop blog editing application for the Mac. What do I think? Give you a hint I really like it.
Take a look at Forecast, a new Mac app available for free which encodes uncompressed audio files into compressed MP3 files for use in your podcast feed.
MacOS still turns up some surprises. The Digital Color Meter app hidden in the Utilities folder is a great tool to select a color range.
A quick MacOS tip that will allow you to speed Time Machine up and give it more resources to complete your backups faster.
A quick tip for how you can change the default in TextEdit from RTF to plain text. Useful if you edit Code Replacement files in TextEdit.