pickle.dump(links, blog) // August 6, 2004 edition

In: Linkapalooza

7 Aug 2004
  • MWSnap – This is one bad ass screen capture utility, available at competitive pricing – it’s free! It allows you to snap a selected portion of the screen (no need for resizing, cropping), and perhaps best of all, allows you to add a mouse pointer to your screen caps. Finally I can put mouse pointers in those screenshots I seem so fond of taking.
  • Ian Lloyd’s Accessify.com has a whole bunch of accessibility tools and wizards to help the web developer generate code that’s accessible. The Accessibility Toolbox is pretty instructive – it generates HTML code for form elements that’s accessible. Are your forms not accessible yet?
  • Battle Torrent is a project that promises ‘A greatly simplified BitTorrent experience’. I’m not sure if there’s any active development (they’re looking for a lead developer at the moment). Either way, this is something we have wanted to work on and it’s great to see that we are not the only ones who think BitTorrent is amazing and it’d be even more amazing if mom and pop could use it.
  • How to Bypass Most Firewall Restrictions and Access the Internet Privately – For those of you without a proper internet connection at work. Or those of you who want privacy.
  • Punching holes into firewalls explains how tunnelling can always get you by a firewall, so long as you let a single protocol out (HTTP is ever so commonly allowed).

3 Responses to pickle.dump(links, blog) // August 6, 2004 edition



August 7th, 2004 at 1am

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August 7th, 2004 at 4am

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