You can’t surf what you can’t access

Posted on January 4, 2006

Gina Trapini over at Lifehacker has a great idea about nailing the time sink of mindless surfing.  Her solution is to use either a Greasemonkey script or your Windows hosts file to deny access to certain websites.I think that this is a great idea and I am going to implement this right away.  LinkTechnorati Tags: productivity, lifehacker

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Venkman JS Debugger for Firefox 1.5

Posted on November 30, 2005

Like most other responsible web users I went and downloaded the brand spanking new Firefox 1.5 yesturday.  Whenever I download an install a new version of Firefox, I have to reload all my extensions.  This can be a tremendous pain because of version incompatibilities. My saving grace is that I know that most of the extensions will come out with versions compatible with Firefox 1.5 in the near future.  When I say most, I mean ...

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Paying for content online

Posted on July 27, 2005

A friend of mine, Alex King and I recently had lunch. We got into a discussion about paying for online services. He recently started a new online service called Feed Lounge. I've been privileged to be involved in the closed ALPHA of Feed Lounge. More to come about that later. I wanted to weigh in on the issue of paying for online services after seeing some of the dialog that's been happening over in the Feed Lounge blog and Alex's ...

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