Didn’t realize it, but apparently iPhone apps are not natively able to handle copy and paste. Cali Lewis talks about an add-on to handle this basic operation in GeekBrief #410.
Two of my regular daily tools, Gmail and Google reader, stick a “refresh” button near the top of the page under the main navigation. They’ve trained me to look, mouse and click on that part of the screen to refresh the page. Pressing Ctrl-R or clicking the browser refresh button would do the same, but that’s not where I go. It’s been a while since I attempted Greasemonkey, so for kicks I whipped up a script to do this: Friendfeed Refresh Homepage Button. Enjoy.
MarketWatch: “…the U.S. said establishing bugger zones was not part of the agreement.” Our Puritan roots strike again!
Saw the headline on this post and at first thought it was somehow connected with Mike Arrington. Oy vey.
Out on August 20: Time, by Andy Goldsworthy. Tempting.
We spent the first part of the trip at YMCA of the Rockies. The place was just fabulous: swimming, hiking, nature education, horseback riding, hayrides, campfire & s’mores, to name a few of the activities on offer. They have a staff and signup sheets full of stuff to do. Kind of reminded me of summer camp when I was a kid, but with dish network in the rooms 🙂
I’m back from a week of vacation in Denver and surrounding areas. Had light connectivity, did a little reading and not much writing — a few tweets here and there — while away.
Andrew Baron on the Rocketboom + Sony distribution deal.
The guys behind the MySQL Performance Blog have a company called Percona. The company turned two a few days ago. Happy Birthday!