As a developer, a version control system is a critical part of your toolkit, no matter the size of the project or team you may find yourself working on.
I've been working on making reading a habit again for the past few years (my streak in books is currently 383 days).
I was recently setting up a new, always-on machine that I do occasional dev work. This dev work typically consists of routine maintenance and, a requirement of that, is sshing into and running software updates on manually managed servers (yes, manually managed).
I use mod_pagespeed on this server to help speed up asset delivery and force optimization best practices across all of the sites I host.
I've been using Fastmail for over a year now and have been exploring email clients the entire time I've been a subscriber.
I've started using a command line tool called mackup to back up and sync many of my dot files and application settings on OS X.
I use Sublime Text as my primary text editor but have never liked the default tab behavior.
I subscribe to a number of mailing lists and, up until recently, had been using individual server-side rules to sort all incoming messages from those lists in to a specific folder.
A few weeks ago I switched from Fever. to Feedbin. I had been using Fever on a shared hosting account and, over the long term, was proving to be slower than I had expected it to be.
I recently began a process of re-evaluating the web services I use, the companies that provide them and an evaluation of where I store important data.