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If you do web development, this might be useful to know about Safari. You can open up the terminal and use these commands to enable some of the built in debugging tools:

defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeInternalDebugMenu 1 
defaults write com.apple.Safari WebKitDeveloperExtras -bool true

I don't know much about what the debug menu does, but the developer extras is quite useful. You'll need to restart the browser before it works. Right click on the screen, and then select "Inspect Element" to see the interface.
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If you have more programs to add, please comment! If you want to review a particular program or compare similar programs, please do so in a new post! If you have ideas for other tags, just let me know!

Web: Blogging
MarsEdit ($30)
Popular blog writing tool.
NetNewsWire (Free)
Probably the best RSS reader available for any platform.
MacJournal ($35)
Another blog creation tool; appears to include everything but the kitchen sink.
Web: Browsers
Camino (Free)
My personal favorite. I recommend the 2.0 beta over the current stable release.
Firefox (Free)
Best known for its infinite number of extensions.
Safari (Free)
Included with Mac OS X; these days it's also available for Windows.
Web: Development
Coda ($99)
Integrated development environment for building web sites. Highly recommended.
Transmit ($30)
File transfer client. Supports FTP, SFTP & WebDAV.
CSSEdit (€30)
Specialized editor for CSS development.

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