Uzbl: a browser following the UNIX philosophy
Posted Jul 20, 2009 15:07 UTC (Mon) by alex (subscriber, #1355)
Posted Jul 24, 2009 12:39 UTC (Fri) by dmag (guest, #17775)
Uzbl sounds like you'll be able to do neat things: (haven't looked at it, but here's my imagination:) log your clickstream to STDOUT, filter URLs clicked on with a shell script (ad-block implemented in perl regexes), re-implement greasemonkey with "perl -pe 's/foo/bar/g'", etc.
As an aside: I can't use the web without Mozilla's keywords: "g foo" does a google search for foo, "w foo" does a wikipedia search, "imdb foo" does an IMDB lookup, "to foo" uses google maps to tell me how far a way a city is, etc.)
Posted Jul 24, 2009 20:39 UTC (Fri) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
Posted Dec 15, 2011 22:28 UTC (Thu) by dashesy (guest, #74652)
Posted Dec 15, 2011 23:12 UTC (Thu) by mathstuf (subscriber, #69389)
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