Tuesday, March 28, 2006


If you haven't run across bookmarklets yet, try them out. "Are they the coolest thing since sliced bread? Umm, maybe," modestly says Steve Kangas, "Chief of Rocket Science" at bookmarklet.com. They are tiny little javascript programs that let a web page become two-way instead of just one-way operators. Just hand-dandy little web tools. I am especially fond of the "Page Freshness" bookmarklet. It used to be an easy thing to check with your browser. Then they changed browsers. You can't check any more. Use a bookmarklet! Yay!

They gladly accept donations. The bookmarklets are free, though.

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