January 19th, 2011
However, given the annoyance of properly constructing a Flickr geo feed URL (admittedly linked to from the bottom of every places page, but whose counting), I decided to make a script for it while waiting for the kettle this morning.
I broke out the jQuery (thanks John!) and some code from Weather Near Me, and now there is photosnearme for finding the feed of photos for the neighborhood you’re in. YMMV.
ps. I keep forgetting and having to remind myself, Chrome’s ridiculous over aggressive caching makes it totally unsuitable for development purposes. That was probably the hardest part of the script.
pps. I don’t care that RSS is dead, I still like it.
see also: other waiting for the kettle scripts
February 7th, 2006
November 6th, 2005
Comments should now properly refresh on Firefox 1.5rc2 (also fixed for any other browser that was deciding that
$('commentList').lastChild means the smattering of whitespace between a closing
</li> and the closing
Also turned off the html filtering for comments which was acting as a “make ugly” flag. (BlueCloth seems to be finicky and difficult compared to Markdown implementations I’ve used before, and RedCloth claims to do Markdown, but didn’t when I tested it)
October 3rd, 2005