I can’t help starting new projects. So begins another one. Tocol: Take out cost of living. The name isn’t particularly meaningful or clever, but I had to come up with something while posting this. Continue reading “Cost of living analyized via Chinese takeout”
I just installed iStat menus from iSlayer and it’s pretty cool, but the date/time is just too far to the left. So I figured I would try and move it over to the right where the date/time used to be (I turned it off since this one now has the day displayed as well). With a few trial and errors, I figured out it’s just hold command, click and drag the item to where you want. Simple. Gotta love OS X’s simplicity and reorder OS X menu bar icons is no exception. If this was Windows, it would have probably required a reboot.
I quickly wrote this Greasemonkey script (or Greasekit if you’re using Safari) to remove a bunch of crap from experts-exchange to make it somewhat tolerable to look at. It uses jQuery because I like it. It would be a lot more efficient to include the implementation of the method I’m using in my script rather than making reference to another site, but like I said at the beginning, it was quickly thrown together while waiting for some code to deploy. So here it is in all its glory, Greasemonkey script for experts-exchange: