In case you’re ever wondering, here is a full list of the “key modified clicks” that the major browsers look for: (Note that on Windows, “cmd” is “ctrl”) Chrome, Firefox: shift: new active window cmd: new tab cmd-shift: new active tab Continue reading
I’ve long been a fan of Google Spreadsheet. Like all disruptive technologies, it doesn’t meet the needs of most customers of the incumbent product, Excel. I’m no banker, but even my relatively neophyte hands keep trying to hit F4 to Continue reading
In the genuinely useful software dept., here is a little app written in C# (source included!) that will download an entire google web album. Great for grabbing copies of all of your friends photos.
I upgraded WordPress to the latest version and my theme seemed to be interacting poorly with the new Schema. So I’ve reverted to the default theme and I’ll find a new one I like at some point soon.
Have you ever wanted to compute distances with latitude and longitude? At first it seems so simple. We all learned the pythagorean theorem in elementary school: d=sqrt((x2 – x1)^2 + (y2 – y1)^2) So if we have our two points Continue reading
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A while back, I ran across a great HackDiary entry extolling the virtues of using TagSoup and XPATH to do screenscraping from the web. TagSoup is a library that coerces all the ugly nasty HTML you find out in the Continue reading
My rimu host hosts a number of domains, including oroup.com, openrelay.com, cadabraco.com and drugmaps.com. I want to be able to send and receive email to those domains, but (at least for now) I don’t really want to set up dovecot Continue reading