|Thursday, November 29th, 2012|
|Wednesday, April 7th, 2010|
|Friendfeed contact categorizer
This Perl script sorts your Friendfeed contacts according to reciprocation, i.e. it shows who are your mutual subscriptions, only subscribers, and only subscriptions. Because this script doesn't authenticate with Friendfeed, it doesn't work on users with private feeds.( Read more...Collapse )
|Monday, January 25th, 2010|
|Perl script to merge/convert EasyGPS binary .loc files and Geocaching .loc files
This script reads waypoints from any number of EasyGPS binary .loc and Geocaching .loc files on the command line (wildcards supported in DOS/Windows), combines all those waypoints, and sends the result in Geocaching .loc format to standard output.
This is useful if you are using an older version of EasyGPS
to edit waypoint files but wish to convert and merge waypoint files into the Geocaching .loc format for use in newer versions of EasyGPS.
Note: gcmerge.pl produced incorrect UTF-8 output until I installed XML::SAX
. I do not know why it was broken before but this is worth a try if EasyGPS complains about invalid characters in the Geocaching .loc format output from this script.
Update 1/25/2010: Added support for reading GPX files.
Update 2/25/2010: Slurp in entire waypoint files and implement buffering ourselves for speed.( Read more...Collapse )
|Saturday, January 23rd, 2010|
|Import Delicious bookmarks into Evernote.
This Perl script takes an export file from Delicious and imports the bookmarks into Evernote, creating one note for each bookmark. This script is slow if you have a large number of bookmarks because it has to create the notes one at a time. I hope the Evernote API will one day support batch note creation.
Customize this script by adding your Evernote API consumer key and secret before you use it.( Read more...Collapse )
|Sunday, December 13th, 2009|
|Twitter List lister
This Perl script outputs a list of users that a Twitter List is following. Use this script to save your Twitter Lists in case you need to recreate those one day.( Read more...Collapse )
|Friday, March 27th, 2009|
|Simple Woot-watching Perl Script
This is a Perl script that outputs periodically the name, price, percent sold, and number of comments of the current item up for sale at woot.com. It has a few options for customization. Run woot.pl -? to see those. This script needs the LWP and XML::Parser::Lite::Tree modules.( Read more...Collapse )
|Friday, August 22nd, 2008|
|Wednesday, June 11th, 2008|
|Adocu client in Perl script
is a nanoblogging service. It is similar to Twitter, except that it limits your status update to one word. This script posts a status to Adocu. See the embedded POD at the end of the script for details on Adocu login configuration.( Read more...Collapse )
|Wednesday, April 9th, 2008|
|Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008|
|Friday, August 3rd, 2007|
|Postcrossing Stats by Country
This script parses the postcards sent/received pages from Postcrossing
and produces a table showing the number of postcards received from each country ranked by postcard count. It can differentiate between the sent page and the received page so you don't have to tell it which one it is processing.( Read more...Collapse )
|Friday, April 13th, 2007|
|Thursday, April 12th, 2007|
|Autohotkey macros for copying coordinates
These two macros take coordinates from the clipboard, whether in dd.ddddd format or in dd mm.mmm format.
Then the first macro pastes dd.ddddd format coordinates into two form fields with 2 tabs separating the fields. The second macro does the same but with 1 tab instead of 2.
Use the first macro for Geosnapper
and the second for Streets and Trips.( Read more...Collapse )