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Mac Word Counter should help you. From the above-linked splash page: The Word Counter … gives immediate feedback on your productivity as a writer. encourages you by showing you your daily output. gives you clarity about your daily goals. keeps a complete history of your daily achievements. assists with finding your perfect ...


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I doubt you can find command line commercial application. You can better use some open source library like pocketsphinx http://cmusphinx.sourceforge.net To transcribe a file you can use latest version 5prealpha: ffmpeg -i file.mp3 -ar 16000 -ac 1 file.wav pocketsphinx_continuous -infile file.wav -logfn /dev/null that should give you an automated ...


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You can use ping -A IP, it will automatically give you a beep when their is any timeout, the reverse of it is ping -a IP which keeps beeping until the any timeout.


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If one is interested in a more basic (and hackable) solution there is selfspy - a Python command line tool that tracks keystrokes, active applications, mouse activity and other stuff. Reports are comprehensive and can be email to you automatically. Everything is stored in a sqlite database file. The tool is well documented and the source code comprehensible. ...


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First, (Automator -> New -> Service) to paste the code, and then (System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> Services) to bind the Service to a keyboard shortcut. BetterTouchTool Karabiner


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I have been looking for something similar for a while now, though I am more interested in saving bits of text. So far, I've not found anything ideal, but there are two that I've come across that work pretty well. Pearltrees seems to be the best, particularly for pictures and entire websites. There is an ios app for it, and you can add a button for it on ...


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The mysql installer works just fine, I've used it many times. However, it will never appear in Applications as it is not a GUI application. And it won't appear in your terminal path unless you put it there. Mysql lives in /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql. If you also install the Mysql preference pane you can start and stop mysqld via System Preferences. There ...



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