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Looksee allows you to cleanly print out all the classes that an object was extended from, and list all the methods under each of those classes, all inside IRB.
Charles Nutter demonstrates how easy it is to utilize Java libraries from JRuby by having fun with Java's MIDI API.
Ryan Bates recently released Railscast #176 on Searchlogic by Ben Johnson, which makes it look really easy to create advanced search forms in Rails.
Hijack is a gem by Ian Leitch which allows you to drop into an Irb console that's hooked up to an existing Ruby process.
Alan Skorkin gives you a great overview of the Ruby case operator, including the case equality method ===.
gemfeed is a service to help you keep notified when new versions of gems are released.
With the disappearance of _why the lucky stiff, Philip Kromer put up a webpage to ensure that all of his projects are recovered with new maintainers, and all documentation moved onto github pages.
The music at the end of this story was also by _why, and can be found here.
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