Is there a way to build an automated cloud backup job blending OS X and Amazon S3? [more inside]
I'm looking for an osx app which would periodically check a folder on a remote WebDAV volume and download anything which has appeared on the same day. [more inside]
I have a jailbroken iPod with iOS 4. I would like to run a shell script when the device wakes from sleep, or when the wifi interface connects to a certain SSID. What can I use?
In iTunes 9.1, what is the applescript button number for the "Save Genius Playlist" button? [more inside]
In OSX, say you have a folder that is often populated with subfolders containing RAR archives spanning multiple files named either in a format like filename.rar, filename.r00, ... filename.r10 or filename01.rar, filename02.rar, .. filename10.rar. How would you create a folder action, be it mostly Automator, Shell or Actionscript or any other tool based, that would automatically extract the contents of these archives once (and only once) when they are added?
How do I use either/or logic inside an OSX Automator action? [more inside]
How to create a unique osx automator action that randomly renames files? [more inside]
Is it possible to programmatically strip some (but not all) of the formatting from text that's been copied from safari? [more inside]
How do I set up a simple document-capture system on my Mac? [more inside]
Tearing my hair out over automator and applescript. [more inside]
I want to script the "Turn Bluetooth (On|Off)" action in OSX. I don't know how. There's just a little bit... [more inside]
Quicksilver / OS X shell junkies: How can I have Quicksilver run a shell script in the current (or a particular) terminal window? Alternately, how can I pipe the output of the script to a particular terminal window? [more inside]
Given BBEdit (or sed) and a file of HTML, how can I script the deletion of all text up to a given comment tag, skip over deleting the part of the file I want to keep, then resume deletion of contents after the next occurrence of a given comment tag? [more inside]