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Links 1 through 10 of 435 by J S tagged mycomments+eng

I've had the same idea, but inspired by the much more appropriate for the purpose "Bodywatching" by Desmond Morris, which explains the whole human body from (first and foremost) an evolutionary perspective (but oftentimes from lots of other angles too), b

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You are wrong in implying that Yahoo Pipes prevents a web page javascript client from consuming the feeds and doing unlimited advanced programmig and data mashing; Pipes supports JSONP, and by devising a callback function to your liking, you can pick up a

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And thanks to that link to the ex-article on fictional expletives, I finally wrought up that script to <a href="http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/19097">undo the damage of all the information murderers that roam Wikipedia</a>, doing their contemptuous a

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It's ironic (or amusing :-) that this post is such a perfect example of one-property-per-line css beating the crap out of the others in overviewability, even if it's when browsed on the web, here, rather than in the context of your editor.<br><br>It gives

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It will handily at the same time unquote one level of HTML quoting, turning &lt;script&gt; and other dangerous or innocuous HTML in the text body into live markup.

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Meanwhile, people reading (or echoing) your original post / feed, may believe there is merit to your claims about bugginess attributable to javascript (as you usually have good merit to your claims), and not some particular broken javascript console.<br><

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Det är <i>inte</i> synd om mig, älskling. Lyckoöverslag och en viss bortskämdhet i dig, ger ju mig med trivselknotter. Så länge det inte korrumperar dig totalt, är det nog faktiskt ganska väldistribuerad njutning, om man vill överanalysera.<br><b

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JSONPath is a bit of a misnomer, apparently closely modeled atop E4X, not XPath. E4X, in turn, was modeled on what would be the sweet spot of similarity to ecmascript syntax and the power of XPath succinctness, in an XML context. Replace “XML” for “

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But getters and setters can’t be used by an extension wanting to give content level javascript a neat read/write access interface (rather than a function calling interface) due to some kind of security ban?<br><br>I’ve tried extending Greasemonkey to

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Cool. I wish I’d be able to join you in the hackery, but I’m fairly sure I can’t, under present employment contract.

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