Killing whitespace in the new “improved” Google Reader

I know that plenty of people have gripes about the new Google Reader interface.  Those gripes revolve mostly around modifications to the social and sharing components.  I tend to not use those, myself, opting to instead follow the trail of possible blogspam to the original source, then manually sharing that on social sites. No, my … Continue reading Killing whitespace in the new “improved” Google Reader

Death to the Google FavIcon! (A How-To Guide)

Not too long go, I griped about the new Google FavIcon. I don’t like it. My friends and coworkers don’t like it. In fact, we all tend to agree that we like the contest entry it was based on more than the resulting icon. Google’s Current FavIcon FavIcon from André Resende that it was based … Continue reading Death to the Google FavIcon! (A How-To Guide)

LJ Cleaner Greasemonkey Script

If anyone is interested, I wrote a Greasemonkey script that removes Delicious and Twitter cross-posts from your LJ friends page. It does not completely remove them, but collapses them into a single placeholder line. You are then able to click through to the post and see the content. In that way, it’s like an enforced … Continue reading LJ Cleaner Greasemonkey Script

My Firefox Plugins

This is mainly for my own reference, although I figured the list could be beneficial to others. These are the plugins and Greasemonkey scripts I am using under Firefox. They’re also documented (and updated) at Adblock Plus @ Ever been annoyed by all those ads and banners on the internet that often take … Continue reading My Firefox Plugins

Firefox 2, Electric Boogaloo

Please note that all blog posts before 8 April 2007 were automatically imported from LiveJournal.  To see the comments and any LiveJournal-specific extras such as polls and user icons, please find the source posting at, so I am slowly trying to migrate myself to Firefox 2.0 on the Mac. I have been using it at … Continue reading Firefox 2, Electric Boogaloo