Only the government would shut down their website on a holiday. Seriously.
Now that I have over 100 friends on Facebook, I’ve started to get inundated with ridiculous application requests. I was about ready to send some angry Facebook emails to so called friends. Then I found this greasemonkey script to Ignore ALL Application Requests.
As you can see from this spiffy screenshot the script creates a little button on the right-hand sidebar of Facebook’s notification page.
Stumbled across a tiny mysql shell – appropriately named ‘tinymy’ – a few months ago.
It’s quite a useful little bit of PHP code. Very lightweight and function interface and shell for MySQL. I use it whenever I need to verify the contents of a database table or test a couple of queries but don’t need a full install phpMyAdmin.
Thought I’d share.
Firefox 3.0 beta 1 is out. As with previous releases of Firefox, the new version number breaks your extensions. Here’s how to fix them.
- Open about:config (don’t mind the new roadblock)
- Right-Click the list and create a new boolean ‘extensions.checkCompatibility’, set it to false
- Restart Firefox
Update: This does not appear to work on the beta 4 release.