If you'll forgive me for not posting something totally mac development related... I just thought since there was a Digg article earlier trying to rally people to this that I should do something and try and get the word out even further if I can Were just past the halfway point in the MacHeist Bundle sale if I heard correctly and NewsFire has been unlocked as we reached $50,000 donated to charity. Still many people are evidently holding out on waiting till TextMate is unlocked. Well people if you hold out it won't be unlocked! At the rate things are going I fear we'll be just under the $100,000 needed to unlock TextMate. It's not everyday you get insanely great Mac software for next to nothing and can donate money to charity all at the same time. Even if you don't want some of the software you can still give it to someone if you want. Personally myself I don't plan on giving up Vienna as I like having an Open Source RSS reader so at some point I will probably give NewsFire to someone. If you don't know what TextMate is you can go here or here and find out or download a demo. I've been testing it and I love it, even if it probably won't replace Xcode for most of my serious coding work, but I've been finding for XHTML, PHP, and the small C examples I do in my books it's a sweet tool to have. A bit of a misconception is that if you buy now you won't get TextMate, Im telling you if you buy now and MacHeist gets to $100,000 then you will be given it afterwards. Yes sometime soon i'll get my newsfire license even though I bought the bundle on the first day before NewsFire was unlocked (hey for Delicious Library, Disco and Rapidweaver alone it was more than worth the $49.) Spread the word or if you were thinking of getting it just get it now I promise you won't be disappointed. You'll even discover some great new stuff and feel good donating some money to worthy causes. I had never tried Pangea Arcade before I got this and normally I probably wouldn't have bought it, and yet it's sucked up a big chunk of my time for the last few nights playing a couple of the games. Chances are you'll probably find a app you didn't think would be worth it but now like. Much respect to all those involved in MacHeist! It seems like the rate of sales today is increasing slightly, but I know we can keep it up people! [Update] As I discuss in the comments I didn't mean to seem like im putting TextMate down which im certainly not, I really like the app and Im using it more and more lately as I get the time to use it. However for my inital tests with Xcode projects im finding it hard to use TextMate interchangeably with Xcode and Objective-C. I'd be happy to discuss the specifics later, however my job has me swamped right now so this will have to wait until next week.