In eating my own dog food I have revised, corrected, improved and fixed the code I posted last week. The biggest changes are related to ensuring that all that cached data does not just accumulate and never gets cleared away. Continue reading Using GreaseMonkey’s persistent data functions as a aged Cache, revised.
GreaseMonkey (Don’t know that GreaseMonkey is the greatest thing since slice bread? See Greasemonkey) has two persistent data function’s, GM_setValue and GM_getValue, which let you set and get values. See Mark Pilgrams excellent Dive Into Greasemonkey : Storing and retrieving Continue reading Use GreaseMonkey’s persistent data functions as a aged Cache.
This fall I was lucky to travel to Berlin and Paris on vacation, but as I geek I of course brought along a computer or 2. On last years trip to Los Angles I had a NetBook (Aspire One), and Continue reading Using an iPod as a travel device and the what could be (aka the tripPad™)
This fall has seen a few changes in Toronto’s west end Junction neighborhood (of New York Times fame): Bronto Burger is now Jocelyn’s Place (2982 Dundas St. West, just west of Pacific Ave.), with a new owner but same menu/price Continue reading Changes in the Junction : Jocelyn’s Place, a Stop Light & Buddha Pie