Up until now I’ve normally used Safari when browsing the web on my mac, but today I decided to try something new and installed the latest version of Firefox and an extension called Greasemonkey from Greasemonkey allows you to run javascript on certain pages (or all pages) to allow for user interface alterations and processing of page content.

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Network programming tutorial

Updated my network programming tutorial to answer a question that someone emailed me about it. Tried to compile the library on my mac last night and found that half the makefile was wrong, some of the includes didn’t exist on OSX and that you have to use ranlib on the .a file as well as using ar to create it.
Maybe one day I’ll actually finish it or maybe amend it to include Perl examples as well.