Bookmarks for 3rd October 2012

These are my saved Pinboard links for 3rd October 2012:

  • jllord/sheetsee.js – Sheetsee.js is a javascript library mashup that allows you to manage visualized web content through Google Spreadsheets.

    The web content and visualizations will update with every auto save by Google. That's cool. No pushing or uploading changes.

  • UNHOSTED – Freedom from web 2.0’s monopoly platforms – By "unhosted web apps" we mean browser-based apps with no server-side backend. Unlike server-side or client-server apps, unhosted web apps leave users in control of their valuable user data and privacy, by default.

    Unhosted web apps are also more resilient and more scalable. Most importantly, unlike Apple/iOS, Flash, and Facebook apps, the web platform is open and free: controlled by you and not by stockholders.

  • The Grid System – The ultimate resource
    in grid systems.
  • 978 Grid System for Web Design – Welcome to the home of the 978 and counterpart grid systems.
  • Gatekeeper Status Check Script « Der Flounder – As of Mac OS X 10.7.5, Apple has now made Gatekeeper’s GUI functionality available on both Lion and Mountain Lion. Gatekeeper is disabled on Lion Macs by default, but users with admin privileges can turn it on.

    To help Mac admins monitor whether Gatekeeper has been enabled, I’ve written a script that checks spctl to see if Gatekeeper’s assessment system is enabled or disabled. When run with root privileges, this script checks 10.7 and 10.8 Macs to see if Gatekeeper is disabled. If Gatekeeper is disabled, script returns Disabled. Any other status will result in script returning Active.

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