Greasemonkey, Thunderbird, and an Attack on Linux?


Greasemonkey is an add-on that lets you change the way a website looks using little bits of JavaScript. A large amount of scripts can be found here. Might I even suggest this one?

Mozilla Thunderbird

Thunderbird is Web mail client. It’s by the same people who made Firefox. It makes it easy to check multiple e-mail accounts at once. Even GMail. (Of course, I consider my way of getting GMail to work in Thunderbird MUCH easier.)

Other Things to Note

– Everyone knows Microsoft doesn’t like competition. But isn’t this a bit too much?
UPDATE: Neither do they like the competition from Apple.

How to make Ubuntu Linux 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) look like Mac OS X.

“Should I buy it?” Flow Chart

Changing the way Windows XP looks.


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