All posts for the month June, 2016

Pale Moon extensions > Greasemonkey >

A cross-browser script that adds a button to download YouTube videos as MP4 and FLV files. This script downloads the videos directly from YouTube and it integrates with YouTube's interface.

It creates a button under the video, to the left of "Add to".


Abandoned, check out youtube-dl

KA Lite logo

Online learning >

An offline version of Khan Academy.

A free lightweight solution providing high-quality education where you need it most.

Though this software is unofficial, it is known of and approved by the official website.

disliked - because it has no concept of building a larger topic of things to work on, and showing an easy path to progress through them. Needing to pick through a large number of topics, sub-topics and quizzes and then manually and repeatedly going back into that list is inexcusably frustrating.

  • Once installed it's seen at

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World of Warcraft > AddOns >

Modifies item tooltips to display the number of items on alts.

Does not highlight the current character's item!

  • /bgs

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World of Warcraft > AddOns >

A library used by addons to allow for advanced item searches.


World of Warcraft > AddOns >


A bag/bank addon notable for its pre-configured categories and ability to "thin down" the list of inventory items.

Not especially awesome, and it's a far cry from what ArkInventory can do, but it's simple and fast.

BagSync is recommended as a companion, since AdiBags knows/shows nothing about what's in one's bank or on alts.

  • TODO - figure out how to order the categories in their list. I'm sick of things being inconsistent and bouncing around.

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Wreck-It Ralph (2012) poster

Entertainment > Movies >

(on Wikipedia)

In a world where video game characters are alive, a lonely bad guy tries to earn appreciation but ends up threatens ruin.

A fun movie, most appropriate for the nostalgia fans of various old arcade games. It goes very very old, like Pixels - (2015 movie), which puts it in a particularly odd space. I think this one ends up being childish and unique enough that its various reference aren't in the way of an actual proper movie.

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