Mac OSX has become extremely popular for Ruby on Rails development. Part of this is the inclusion of Ruby as part of the operating system on Mac OSX Leopard. Here is a quick tutorial on how to get Ruby on Rails and MySQL set up on your Mac OSX Leopard machine. In order to complete this tutorial, you need the Xcode tools installed. You can get them off of the applications disk that came with your mac or from http://developer.apple.com/TOOLS/xcode/.
I’ve always been a SKYPE fan and a user even though there seem to be a few haters out there. Most of the haters are haters cause they’ve had a bad internet connection when trying to use Skype. Overall if you have a good connection it doesn’t get much clearer and better than SKYPE. SKYPE is cheap, has some great plugins and functionality, and I’m sure a whole lot more uses that I even use it for.