Stumbled across a helpful set of cheat sheets today for Mac keyboard shortcuts and multi-touch gestures along with a lot of other helpful posts over at Dan Rodney’s blog. Being relatively new to Mac sometimes I forget things like the symbols for the option key or control key so this is a nice reference to have if I forget again.
Cocoa Controls is a handy little site that offers various open source controls for Mac and iOS. You can follow their blog or sign up for their weekly email newsletter to keep up with any new additions to the site. To contribute your own controls for people to use it looks like you sign up using your GitHub account and then submit your project.
LeanDomainSearch is a handy little website to get suggestions for possible domain names based off of a keyword. The suggestions are decent, none of that keyword123.com crap, but totally useable and more importantly available domain names. Finding an available name can be a bit of a pain in the ass but LeanDomainSearch makes it a bit easier.
Apple posted the WWDC 2012 session videos a couple days ago, will have to add it to my resource list. You do have to have a developer account to view the videos but it’s free to sign up, the $100 charge is only if you want to publish to the store or test on an iOS device.