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04 January 2006

blogmarks for 2006-01-03

by ecmanaut
Nice picks. Might I suggest adding these styles to your template CSS section, to make the page more readable? <b>.blogmarks-link img { margin:0px 0 1em 1em; }<br>.blogmarks-entry { clear:both; }</b>

Blogger post tagging update | Good service provider practices

by ecmanaut
I think we should be taking John's hint about this, and wait for the (most likely) forthcoming article on <a href="http://blogfresh.blogspot.com/" rel="nofollow">Freshblog</a> about how to go about this. It's quite possible the code isn't fully packaged a

03 January 2006

Working with Del.icio.us | Performancing.com

by ecmanaut
Sounds delicious indeed. While what I'm about to request is in part difficult technically. Any CommentBlogging support, for helping out tracking cross blog commentary, would be vrey welcome, though.<br><br>The present de facto standard is picking up comme

Blogger Blogthis! Upgrade - Freshblog

by ecmanaut
Only thanks to Jaspers efforts really, this time around. I did <a href="http://ecmanaut.blogspot.com/2006/01/blogger-post-tagging-update-good.html" rel="nofollow">fix a few other bugs earlier today</a>, too, though which might mean I support ftp publishin

Blogger's CAPTCHA overuse

by ecmanaut
That's an awful shame; Blogger really ought to do better than that. You did click the link to prompt them to verify you? (I at least <i>think</i> I recall there was such a link somewhere around the message explaining the additional CAPTCHAs. Not 100% sure

as days pass by » The Bloglines Plumber again

by ecmanaut
Google Reader also still has the misfeature of ups and downs, occasionally forgetting what posts you have already read, once in a while not getting access to your feed list at all, and so on.

Blogger Blogthis! Upgrade - Freshblog

by ecmanaut
We both did. Where the Google Reader people are Greasemonkey friendly and generally housebroken, the Blogger people certainly are not, randomly spray changing name and id attributes all over the place, always restructuring, rarely if ever reusing the same

davidflanagan.com: January 2006 Archives

by ecmanaut
I believe you might want to widen the scope of the question a bit, too -- while you might be able to get read access to nodes prior to a completed page load, write access support varies among browsers. Mozilla has no problem with inlined scripts doing, fo

Ajaxian » JotSpot: Client-side engineer

by ecmanaut
Points for merit list relevance to creating modern web tools, but where is the part of the post that sells the company and the projects the employee-to-be would actually get to work on? Or the company work environment and atmosphere, or anything else that

XOXO Blog Format

by ecmanaut
<i>The TEXT field on subnodes stores the date and time stamp, this can be in any human-readable format.</i><br><br>I'm not sure I've got this in context yet, but if you define a standard, always aim for ONE standardized and machine readable format. Human

Predictions so far

by ecmanaut
Congratulations! I hope you will dig into something fun in Flock, but then I suppose chances of the opposite would be slim. :-)

Tickets :: [#197] have annotate mode link to line's prior version

by ecmanaut
I have implemented this feature in another CVS visualizer written in Pike: Code Librarian. Here is the algorithm for reading diffs produced by cvs rdiff, picking out from-line in revision r1 and to-line in revision r2 for every diff chunk between the two

31 December 2005

Marshall Kirkpatrick » Site Mod Rockstars - Who’s Your Favorite?

by ecmanaut
Well, the blog / web tech arena is a world wide topic field, I'm European myself, and I take an active interest in what happens not only (though admittedly mostly) in the English-speaking sphere. It is a good way of driving pan-Earthen traffic. ;-) Maybe

Marshall Kirkpatrick » Site Mod Rockstars - Who’s Your Favorite?

by ecmanaut
The ecmanaut misspelling is unintentional, I presume, after your recent rant about having been misreferred by Gary Price? :-)<br><br>Anyway, while frequently in the high clouds of applied javascript geekery, I <a href="http://ecmanaut.blogspot.com/2005/11

Optimization of Accessing JavaScript Object

by ecmanaut
Your published results would be more valuable if you published anything about the test domain (i e what browser make(s) and version(s)) and methods you have used, to come to these conclusions.

29 December 2005

Marshall Kirkpatrick » GMail's AJAX Spell Check Evolves Further

by ecmanaut
<i>I already use it as my default spell checker for all that blog software out there that doesn’t have spell checking built in.</i><br><br>Does this mean you have beat me to isolating the spell checker components and made a GreaseMonkey script to integr

28 December 2005

Panoramio » Blog Archive » It can’t be so hard…

by ecmanaut
Your work has lots of merit, and the automated leak detection is certainly another dazzling prospect. Thanks for the ecmascript hint; while I would not likely write that kind of code myself, it's a useful bit of knowledge to possess.<br><br>And happy holi

Panoramio » Blog Archive » It can’t be so hard…

by ecmanaut
It certainly does, and with lots of eager anticipation of any other bits or pieces to come out of either project.<br><br>I would have lots of use for a tool to do just custom formatting of code (and am a bit too lazy to hack any of the C parsers on offer

RSS Buttons and Lunch Meat - Freshblog

by ecmanaut
Nice start! I especially liked the combination with the FeedBurner readership counter. A bit of styling to adjust the text baseline to fit the icon, and it will look great.

27 December 2005

informationsarkitekt.se: Utveckla webbplatser för användare med kognitiva nedsättningar och inlärningsproblem

by ecmanaut
Det här är också alldeles utmärkta tips för att förbättra websiter, eller för den delen artiklar i än vidare mening, för den breda allmänheten som inte har några kognitiva nedsättningar att tala om.

Panoramio » Blog Archive » Javascript compressor

by ecmanaut
Oh, lookie; there <i>is</i> a comments feed; hooray! :-D *subscribes*<br><br>(I sloppily missed it earlier as there was no autodetect code in place for it.)<br><br>I've been poring through and tweaking the Google Maps code numerous times too, but it has a

Panoramio » Blog Archive » It can’t be so hard…

by ecmanaut
gzip(1) is the best javascript compressor available, putting the HTTP standardized, content preserving, Content-Encoding:gzip functionality to excellent use. If it <i>is</i> compression you're after, anyway, that is the best route to go. Innerjoin has a n

25 December 2005

Freshblog: Web Comments spam

by ecmanaut
Painful. Well, I'll add some month or months to adopting this myself. Intuition tells me we might want to ponder similar threats to the commentosphere, though analysis and clarity of thought are not strong points with me at this level of Christmas stuffin

Jon Aquino's Mental Garden: Automated Reminders For Keeping In Touch With People (Using Excel)

by ecmanaut
Geekishly cute convenience. :-) Add to that some logging of each time seen and subtract appropriately from the formula. ;-)

24 December 2005

bill kerr: tagging posts in blogger

by ecmanaut
Am I right in presuming you managed to fix the problem by reinstalling the latest version and clicking the "Tags:" title to reconfigure the script?

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