I’ve been interested in Greasemonkey, a plugin for firefox that lets you customize webpages as you view them. That’s right, it lets you change a webpage or pages on the client, without the server having the slightest clue.
Anyway, I’ve been wanting to learn more about how it works, so when I ran across Dive Into Greasemonkey, I thought, “hey, cool”
So i’m off reading this crap about greasemonkey, now. What will i figure out first, Greasemonkey or Dojo/Ajax?
Ugh. I am too compelled to figure this shit out.
I’ve added a little side-page of “useful things to print out”
I started with two, and i’ll be adding more as I find them. Any tips would be appreciated.
I just saw this on Slashdot. Wow. Google Movies.
What I find really cool about Google is that they integrate everything into one box. What do I mean? Well, for movie search, you use the same search box as for regular search — there’s no “extra steps” involved in getting the information. I mean, movie info on the web isn’t amazing or revolutionary. Having it one step easier is, well, nice.
Here’s a cool trick I realized the other day.
- Use del.icio.us
- Find your del.icio.us RSS feed
- Make the feed into a Firefox Live Bookmark
Yahoo! 360º – ian c rogers’s Y! blog – Why You Should (or Should Not) Use the Yahoo! Music Engine
From this article, the Yahoo Media Engine looks like a really fine piece of software, with just about every bell and whistle you could ask for. It’s got (supposedly) a great plugin interface, support for gazillions of codecs, and is pushing the idea of OPEN STANDARDS.
How cool is that?
I’ll be testing it out in the coming days.