Because the idea amused me, I decided to make a jQuery bookmarklet to add the word "fucking" to online texts. Bookmarklets (Buttons) are links you add to your browser's Bookmarks Toolbar.
Drag this link to your bookmarks and click to add a bit of colour to any page: Fuckinator
If you're using Internet Explorer or don't have a Bookmarks Toolbar, right-click on the button and click "Add to Favorites"
I found a post on archiving twitter data with python that would download all old tweets into a file in either json or xml format. Alas it didn't work right away.
Here it is adapted for Python 3 and the new twitter API
import urllib.request username = "username" password = "password" format = "xml" # json or xml filename = "tweet_archive.xml" # filename of the archive tweets = 700 # number of tweets #pages = (int(float(tweets)/float(80)))+1 pages = 35 auth = urllib.request.HTTPPasswordMgrWithDefaultRealm() auth.add_password(None, "http://api.twitter.com/", username, password) authHandler = urllib.request.HTTPBasicAuthHandler(auth) opener = urllib.request.build_opener(authHandler) urllib.request.install_opener(opener) i = 1 response = "" print print ("Downloading tweets. Note that this may take some time") while i <= pages: request = urllib.request.Request("http://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/user_timeline." \ + format + "?page=" + str(i)) response = response + urllib.request.urlopen(request).read().decode('utf8') i = i + 1 handle = open(filename,"w") handle.write(response) handle.close() print ("Archived " + str(tweets) + " of " + username + \ "\'s tweets to " + filename)
Check out Sancho GUI (Linux, Windows, OSX, BSD etc) or just use a browser to operate it.
- make a dir /mnt/hda/temp
- copy mldonkey.tar.gz to /mnt/hda/temp
- go in that dir and unzip and untar mldonkey.tar.gz with tar -xzf mldonkey.tar.gz
- Now do ./install.sh
Now your donkey is installed in /usr/local/mldonkey
Your mldonkey temp dir is on /mnt/hda/mldonkey_temp
Your completed files are on /mnt/hda/mldonkey_download
You can check if your donkey is working with
If donkey is working this should came back
Checking mldonkey: OK
If not, than check /tmp/mldonkey.log for starting errors!
If you already have a working mldonkey, all you need to do is stop it, backup the old core and replace this one in usr/local/mldonkey and restart. Mldonkey will update your config files for you.
Package originally by turkish. Please see the thread http://forum.linkstationwiki.net/index.php?action=vthread&forum=3&topic=261&page=0 Good luck!
UPDATE: changed linkstationwiki link. See also Mindbender's Linkstation Page
Sometimes you might have problems downloading or viewing content from apfrod.com because of our use of the Coral Cache to help us stay within our host's bandwidth usage quota. It operates on port 8080, which might be blocked by a firewall on your computer, on your network or operated by your service provider.
If you can unblock communication with nyud.net:8080 on your computer and that fixes things, then great. Or perhaps you administer a network, in which case you ought to allow it through. But if you can't find any way round and you're absolutely determined to download something, you should try removing the Coral Cache part of the URL from the file link and it will probably work.
Released to coincide with the opening night at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield comes version 1.2 of the Shape Sequencer, now with Polygonal loops!
The black and white thing you see is of course the blank audio winamp skin, permenantly in service here at the Apfrod fortress.