I wrote a timer countdown program 4-5 years ago for Phillip. I recently remembered it because gHacks posted about a tiny timer program.
My Timer program is self-explanatory. I don’t think I’ve ever used it. I doubt Phillip even used it.
I have to update the email address in its About screen.
– Zipped up version of Timer (292k).
– Non-zipped up version of Timer; just the executable (581k).
I have an idea for a Firefox addon that I’m considering developing, despite having a few other projects on the go (eg. specialized ftp client for Steve, website for a client…). In any case, I’m creating this post as a repository of Firefox addon development bookmarks. You’ll be the first to know if I ever get around to developing it.
Update (July 17, 2008): Firefox 3 stole my idea: they added a Most Visited bookmark folder that tracks the sites you frequent. Bastards.
Post Is Clear is a WordPress Plugin I wrote to insert <br clear=”all”/> at the end of posts, to ensure images and objects don’t wrap into successive posts. Phillip and I were manually inserting the code, although I did hack the WordPress code to insert it, but that code is lost whenever I upgrade WordPress.
This will make me millions.
Download Post Is Clear.
As reported on Slashdot, Excel 2007 appears to have a major multiplication bug:
The example first that came to light is =850*77.1 — which gives a result of 100,000 instead of the correct 65,535. It seems that any formula that should evaluate to 65,535 will act strangely.
Can someone confirm this? I don’t have Excel 2007.
Firefox doesn’t support opening Windows executable files (i.e. files with an .exe extension); you have to save it, then manually run it. I missed the ability to execute a program directly from a browser (as Internet Explorer allows).
The OpenDownload add-on fixes that. When you click an executable, the dialog now has a “Run” button, which will cause Firefox to download the program to your system’s TEMP directory, then executes it. Sweet!