How to convert a Mac font file for use on Windows? Use CrossFont!

CrossFont converts Mac font files (LWFN Mac PS type 1 font, Mac TrueType, and others) to Windows OTF (Open Type fonts) and back.

# Convert TrueType fonts between Windows PC and Macintosh.
# Convert PostScript Type 1 fonts between Windows PC and Macintosh.


Thinstuff Converts All Windows Versions into Terminal Servers

Thinstuff: XP/VS Server: Turn Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Small Business Server 2003/2008, Windows Server 2003/2008/2008 R2 or Foundation Server 2008 R2 into a full-blown Terminal Server!
Installing the XP/VS Terminal Server software enables Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Small Business Server 2003/2008, Server 2003/2008/2008 R2 and Foundation Server 2008 R2 to host an unlimited number of concurrent Remote Desktop Sessions by using the defacto standard Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).

This allows any Remote Desktop Protocol version 4.0, 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, 6.0, 6.1 and 7.0 enabled client device to connect to your host to run full Windows Desktop Sessions or just selcted Windows applications remotely over any network connection (LAN, WAN, VPN, WLAN, Internet, etc.)

Such RDP enabled client devices are e.g. Windows PCs with the Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client, Linux PCs with rdesktop, Thin Clients, Handhelds, Notebooks, Netbooks, Tablet PCs, Mobile Phones etc.

A “cloud” for websites on mobile testing

Remote Access and Automated Testing Solutions – Perfecto Mobile.

The Perfecto Mobile system is a hardware and software solution. Mobile handsets are mounted on cradles and they connect to the Perfecto Mobile system through their data ports. Users access the handsets via a web-based UI. When a user clicks on a handset’s key in the GUI, the Perfecto Mobile system sends a command to the real handset and the same key on the actual device is pressed. A video camera captures the real user experience as it is displayed on the handset’s screen and streams it back to the user’s PC. The system also captures and records the handset’s audio.

jQuery Source Viewer

jQuery source viewer: Libraries like jQuery aren’t very small when uncompressed. Traversing a long source file trying to look for a specific method’s implementation is far from ideal. James Padolsey has frequently found himself in this situation with jQuery, so he decided to do something about it, and the result is viewable at