Ars Technica on 10.1 (2,331)
John Siracusa writes his 10th article on OS X ... this time, the subject is OS X 10.1. This is a VERY detailed writeup which includes an in-depth look at how OS X uses virtual memory.
Behind the Screens (2,449)
Greg Westin has written three good tutorials covering an introduction to the Terminal's text editors, enabling WebDAV, and installing PHPiCalendar to publish personal calendars without Apple's .mac service.
Build an Open Source OS X Server (2,496)
A site dedicated to showing you how to install newer versions of UNIX code already on your OS X box, as well as useful UNIX programs that can help you use your OS X machine as a server.
Carbon and Cocoa explained (1,961)
A great overview of the Carbon and Cocoa programming API's, with some quotes from an ex-Apple engineer.
Cocoa Development Central (2,342)
Cocoa Dev Central is a new site eared towards newbie Cocoa developers. They will regularly post tutorials, news, Q&A's, and more, with the goal of easing people into Cocoa development in both Objective-C and Java. It looks very promising already, and as a true novice programmer, I'll be stopping by frequently!
Dashboard Lineup (2,191)
Dashboard Lineup is where developers can talk about OS X Widgets they are developing or developed and tips and tricks can be exchanged. Users are also welcome to see if there are any widgets that they are interested in.
A new site dedicated to Mac OS X News and Forum -plus other goodies- has been launched to cover news, share stories and Mac knowledge, and overall, to be an open point for the hispanic-spoken Mac user individuals and communities of the world.
DivX DooR (2,922)
DVD copy to DVD-R, MPEG 4 - AVI (DivX, XviD, 3ivx) with ac3 and mp3 audio, .mov - 3ivx, VCD, SVCD. The most clear and complete italian guides to DVD Ripping. For MAC OS X and Windows.
Dock and poof hacks (6,900)
A page that provides revised dock and poof images, and instructions on how to create them.