Unclack for macOS: Automatically mute your microphone while you type

Unclack is the small but mighty Mac utility that mutes your microphone while you type. No more getting called out for clacking your way through a Zoom meeting on your clicky keyboard! Heh, clever. Unclack for macOS → Related: I’m a happy user of Krisp, which uses AI to automatically filter out background noises (and …

Preview, Edit and Generate Meta Tags with MetaTags.io

Speaking of meta tags in the previous post, the Meta Tags tool has been sitting in my bookmarks for quite a while now: With Meta Tags you can edit and experiment with your content then preview how your webpage will look on Google, Facebook, Twitter and more! Drop in an image, type some text, and …

`dive` – A tool for exploring a Docker Image, Layer Contents, and discovering ways to shrink the size of your Docker/OCI Image

You can use dive to help you optimize your Docker image layers. Say you have these two layers in your Dockerfile: RUN wget http://xcal1.vodafone.co.uk/10MB.zip -P /tmp RUN rm /tmp/10MB.zip Then you’ll end up with 10MB of wasted space. dive will tell you, so that you can combine these into one optimized layer: RUN wget http://xcal1.vodafone.co.uk/10MB.zip …

Mirror Displays — A Mac app and command-line tool for fiddling with display mirroring

MirrorDisplays a simple application that toggles between mirrored and extended desktop modes. It’s the easiest way to turn on, or turn off display mirroring. Also comes with a (separately installable) CLI tool which makes this pretty interesting The command line tool is good for giving shell-scripts the power to control display mirroring and opens up …

Compress and Convert AVIF/WebP/PNG/etc images on the CLI with squoosh-cli

To compress and compare images with different codecs right in your browser there’s squoosh.app that you can use. Announced at the still ongoing Chrome Dev Summit 2020 is Squoosh v2 with new codecs support (AVIF!), an updated design, and the release of CLI version! Squoosh CLI is an experimental way to run all the codecs …