How fast can you do your multiplication tables? Do you have your multiplication facts memorized or do you do a lot of addition? Put yourself to the test and try out my Multiplication Speed Test.
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If you use my Greasemonkey script that places Netflix links in IMDb, I updated it yesterday: AddNetflixToIMDb.user.js IMDb changed the structure of their HTML a bit. If you try to install this new version, make sure the script contains a comment near the top dated 3/24/2007. I had to clear my local cache before Firefox [...]
I recently had the problem where my Java code running in a web server needed to figure out the user’s time zone. I needed to be able to display dates and times stored on the server in the user’s time zone. Daylight savings makes time zone calculations rather difficult. Not every time zone observes daylight [...]
Do you use Thunderbird as your RSS aggregator? If you do, make sure you export all of your RSS subscriptions before you upgrade Thunderbird. I didn’t and after my last upgrade, all of my various RSS folders where left intact but the actually RSS subscriptions were lost. What a pain it is to have to [...]
Here are some handy CSS tips: Ten CSS tricks you may not know
If you have a Windows machine at home, check it out. You can install Computer Associates’ eTrust antivirus software for free for one year. I haven’t tried eTrust before. My Norton Antivirus subscription ran out several months ago, so rather then shell out another $39.95 to Symantec, I am going to give eTrust a try.
I installed Battlefield 2 today and look, Python scripts: