Update on Emacs Chrome

Posted on Mon 21 December 2009 in geek • Tagged with chrome, chromium, emacs, javascript

In my spare time I've been mostly bashing away at trying to implement an edit server for the Emacs Chrome extension in Emacs Lisp. It's taking longer than I hoped mainly as it's the first time I've ever tried to use the Emacs Lisp Debugger and it's fairly alien compared …

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End to End Connectivity

Posted on Wed 16 December 2009 in general • Tagged with chromium, emacs, extensions, house, javascript

We had a slight degree of excitement this evening when we got home. All the power was out and the refrigerating appliances were slowing defrosting. Due to the randomness of the breakers tripping we thought it was the boiler. As it happened it was a earth-neutral leakage that was causing …

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What's in your Browser?

Posted on Thu 26 November 2009 in geek • Tagged with browsers, chromium, emacs, firefox

The official Chrome Extensions page is coming and soon I'll be seriously considering making a switch to my default browser setting. While Chromium (the open source component of Chrome) is a fantastically speedy, low memory and nimble browser it's lack of extensions if the main thing holding me back from …

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