I appreciate the evolution of the Humble Bundle idea. The indie bundles seem to be obvious wins for the developers, the non-indies seem like sensible plays to make more money on older titles, and the promotion of worthwhile charities is legit. And you can always move your Humble Bundle tip to $0 if you don't think they deserve it - what's not to like?
Re: SVG drawing tools - why not Inkscape? It's native format is SVG and it allows editing the markup directly. I get much better results using it than converting XAML to SVG (which is JUST different enough to be annoying). Would love to see the tools you've written... Thanks for sharing.
I've had real issues with Inkscape, especially its user interface. It's just not a Mac app. I'd love to see someone tear the gubbins out of Inkscape and place them in a good user interface. (To be fair I have real issues with Illustrator's UI, too. And the App I choose to use isn't a Mac app to the point of being a Windows App on a PC in Parallels.)
Expression Design has a very simple, powerful interface: scroll is zoom, space bar is pan, unmodified click is select. I'd like to see someone make an SVG editor with a cross between it and Bret Victor's Gestural Zoom And Pan.
Powershell on ConEmu is a joy to use, especially after you add in posh-git. When I found out Powershell can instantiate and call .net objects and functions (including threads) I immediately set out to convert all my batch scripts to powershell scripts and haven't looked back.
Hilarious. The world hates you because of how you treat PEOPLE. Yer a record label, idiots - you fuck people over for fun and profit: coders (artists - remember when you pioneered thinking of coders this way?) and players (you understand the analogy at this point, right?)