If you find yourself–like me–in the situation that your Mac has crashed and you want to retrieve the crash reports (some call them logs 😉 )? Well, there are basically two ways.
You can look them up with the “Console” tool (find it in /Applications/Utilities/Console or with Spotlight). Open the “System Diagnostic Reports” section on the left and find an entry similar to Kernel_<date>_<your_pc_name>.panic at the top.
You can also find these reports as text files under /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports with the same names. OS X will open them with the Console tool per default.
From tracking personal notes to managing your website, wiki, and blog over tracking system and personal configuration files to managing videos, photos and other large files and making system backups, a lot of tools have been grown around the git ecosystem to help you support most tasks of your digital life. This talk will show you a lot of neat tools and tricks and it’s highly likely that you will adopt at least one of the various solutions.