If you’re like me and check the same sites every day, it gets frustrating to go to them each time. Sure, Google Chrome makes it easy by showing you the top 8 sites you have visited the most recently but still, you have to open a tab and click on the site, for each site you want to view. So I thought – can I create a script to do this for me so I only have one thing to click on whenever I want to check my emails, my facebook, my blog, my google reader and a couple of other sites I regularly check?
For complete novice Linux users – create a python script to start your browser with your favourite sites loaded in
The developer dashboard for Google Chrome Extensions is now up at https://chrome.google.com/extensions/developer/dashboard.
I haven’t tested it yet but it seems that you need to pay a one-time developer registration fee of $5. The fee is said to be required to verify your account and at that value, I can’t really think that Google is expecting to make money off developers registering. In comparison, to register as a Google Android developer, the fee is $25.
The HTML5 test tool was updated yesterday – check out how your browser fares!
Firefox 3.5.9 for Ubuntu scores 126 (out of 300) and 4 bonus points.
Google Chrome 6.0.408.1 Dev for Ubuntu scores 217 and 7 bonus points.
What’s your browser’s score?