I’m following Pierre Lindenbaum both on twitter and on his blog. I love his projects, but I don’t like the layout of his blog, so I created a user-script to make the style more comfortable.
The problem is the width of his articles. The content is only about 400 pixel. Since Pierre often blogs about programming projects his articles are very code-heavy, but lines of code are usually very long and word-wrap isn’t appropriate in this case. So you have to scroll a lot to get the essential elements of his programs, see figure 1 as example from the article Visualizing my twitter network with Zoom.it.
I also added a small feature to hide the friendfeed widget, I don’t like it ;-)
If you have installed Greasemonkey you just have to click the download-link below and Greasemonkey will ask if you want to install the script. To stretch the site by more/less pixel just change the content of the first variable to match your display preferences. If you set
true the friendfeed widget will disappear.
So far, have fun with his articles!
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Thank you for that useful script. I should use it too :-)