Reordering audio files in a FAT USB stick
I copy audiobooks from CDs to USB sticks to play them in cars and random device like old radios. But often those devices play the files out of order. Reordering files in FAT USB sticks is harder than I thought. Luckily, a chap by the name of Boris Leidner has written a useful tool for that.
Pretty printing XML
tidy is a command line tool for formatting XML and HTML. Also available as a Visual Studio Code Extension
Making a simple voice recording on a Mac
To make a quick voice recording with OS X: open Quick Time Player, under the File menu there is a "New. Audio Recording" entry. It automatically saves .mov files in your Movies folder, which you can then open in Audacity or the editor of your choice.