Running commands remotely on a Mac that you don’t have access to using Hazel and Dropbox

…I’m just glad I’m to the point in my nerd existence where I can be happy applying a fix and not caring about the real underlying issues that don’t concern me.

Hacks Hazel macOS Nerdery

Using Hazel to Highlight any Uncommitted git Changes

Today I thought I’d share one of the more esoteric Hazel rules I use to monitor the files on my Mac. (If you’re not familiar with Hazel, an indespensible Mac utility that everyone should own, here’s a brief intro.) This rule monitors the folder containing all of my git repositories and highlights any sub-folders that […]

Hazel Productivity