This userscript removes those annoying “open X’s policard” links on the Toronto Star website.
- Firefox: Install the Greasemonkey extension. After that, clicking the link to the script should prompt you to add it.
- Chrome: Install the Tampermonkey extension. After that, clicking the link to the script should prompt you to add it. You can also install it without Tampermonkey by saving the script to your computer, going to your extensions page, and dragging and dropping the file into the Chrome window.
- Midori: Enable the “User Addons” extension. After that, clicking the link to the script should prompt you to add it. More details.
- Opera: Install the Violent monkey extension or try the instructions here.
- Internet Explorer: Switch to any of the browsers listed above.
- Mobile: You’re mostly SOL, but you can try the Tampermonkey app.
This year I started learning how to use my Wacom! These are a few illustrations that didn’t make it onto the blog.
After the jump, a look back at all the stuff I wrote. Continue reading The Year In Me
This userscript removes Christie Blatchford articles from the National Post website. Enjoy. I am currently working on a version that will even erase the headline displayed as the page title, but this is pretty good for now.
Today, Toronto Star reporters left their names off their stories to protest newly hired digital journalists getting paid less than print ones. But, as Steve Ladurantaye notes, the bylines are only missing from the paper version. So I quickly whipped up a script that will remove bylines from the Toronto Star website, too.