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Tumblr Savior Update: New and Improved Whitelist

Tumblr Savior now includes a whitelist, which allows you to make sure you don’t filter out any posts that you actually did want to see. I had been considering it for some time, but a request from a Tumblr Savior user finally got me to implement it. I also updated the code to fix a bug that was preventing the last item in the list from getting checked. Give it a try and let me know how it works for you.

Tumblr Savior Update: New and Improved Whitelist

Tumblr Savior now includes a whitelist, which allows you to make sure you don’t filter out any posts that you actually did want to see. I had been considering it for some time, but a request from a Tumblr Savior user finally got me to implement it. I also updated the code to fix a bug that was preventing the last item in the list from getting checked. Give it a try and let me know how it works for you.

Posted: 2009-01-28 10:43

Muxtaster Updated for Muxtape Relaunch

Everybody’s favorite failed website, muxtape, seems to be trying to crawl out of the dead pool today. I took the liberty of updating Muxtaster to work with the new layout so you can save those MP3’s to your hard drive, put ‘em on your MP3 players or use them in a video mashup. Have fun kids.

Muxtaster Updated for Muxtape Relaunch

Everybody’s favorite failed website, muxtape, seems to be trying to crawl out of the dead pool today. I took the liberty of updating Muxtaster to work with the new layout so you can save those MP3’s to your hard drive, put ‘em on your MP3 players or use them in a video mashup. Have fun kids.

Posted: 2009-01-27 18:14

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Twitter Savior

Had enough bacon in your tweets? Tired of seeing tweets about Steve Jobs’ health? Don’t think that tweets about Travolta’s personal affairs are relevant to your life? Twitter Savior can fix all of that and save you from all kinds of other tweet-related afflictions. Twitter Savior is a greasemonkey script that filters out tweets containing keywords that you set. Just visit http://twitter-savior.bjornstar.com/ and start living the easy life.

*Twitter Savior is a GreaseMonkey script and only runs on browsers that support GreaseMonkey (like FireFox). Also it doesn’t work on SMS messages, instant messages, RSS, e-mail or anything else. Only in your browser.

Twitter Savior

Had enough bacon in your tweets? Tired of seeing tweets about Steve Jobs’ health? Don’t think that tweets about Travolta’s personal affairs are relevant to your life? Twitter Savior can fix all of that and save you from all kinds of other tweet-related afflictions. Twitter Savior is a greasemonkey script that filters out tweets containing keywords that you set. Just visit http://twitter-savior.bjornstar.com/ and start living the easy life.

*Twitter Savior is a GreaseMonkey script and only runs on browsers that support GreaseMonkey (like FireFox). Also it doesn’t work on SMS messages, instant messages, RSS, e-mail or anything else. Only in your browser.

Posted: 2009-01-13 13:23

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How to setup Weheartit Savior
 
If you don’t have Greasemonkey installed, you can get it here. You’ll need to restart your browser after it installs.
 
Go to weheartit-savior.bjornstar.com and click on the Install This Script button in the top right corner of the page. You’ll get a notice in the bottom right corner of your browser saying it was successfully installed.
 
Right click on the Greasemonkey icon in the bottom right corner or your browser. Then click on Manage User Scripts…
 
A box will pop up, select Weheartit Savior in the left hand column then at the bottom click the Edit button.If this is your first time doing this it will ask you for a text editor. Try using notepad which is usually located here: ‘c:\windows\system32\notepad.exe’ If you want to get fancy try using Notepad2.
 
At this point the script will open up in your text editor and you’re ready to add usernames to the filter. I hope you still remember which usernames you were going to add.
 
Weheartit Savior defaults to the users that I don’t want to see, you’ll probably want to change all of those. They need to be lower case, in single quotes and comma separated (no comma at the end).
 
Once you are done editing them just save the file and refresh weheartit. For best results you should be on a page that has something on your filtered username list.

How to setup Weheartit Savior

If you don’t have Greasemonkey installed, you can get it here. You’ll need to restart your browser after it installs.

Go to weheartit-savior.bjornstar.com and click on the Install This Script button in the top right corner of the page. You’ll get a notice in the bottom right corner of your browser saying it was successfully installed.

Right click on the Greasemonkey icon in the bottom right corner or your browser. Then click on Manage User Scripts…

A box will pop up, select Weheartit Savior in the left hand column then at the bottom click the Edit button.

If this is your first time doing this it will ask you for a text editor. Try using notepad which is usually located here: ‘c:\windows\system32\notepad.exe’ If you want to get fancy try using Notepad2.

At this point the script will open up in your text editor and you’re ready to add usernames to the filter. I hope you still remember which usernames you were going to add.

Weheartit Savior defaults to the users that I don’t want to see, you’ll probably want to change all of those. They need to be lower case, in single quotes and comma separated (no comma at the end).

Once you are done editing them just save the file and refresh weheartit. For best results you should be on a page that has something on your filtered username list.

Posted: 2008-11-24 18:18

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Weheartit Savior

I know what you’re thinking, there’s been a lot of crap on weheartit lately and it’s crap that you’d rather not see. Well, stop putting up with that crap and do something about it with Weheartit Savior. You can add words to the ban list and it will hide any image that has those words in its title, description, tags, or has been hearted by a person with that word in their name. That’s right, Weheartit Savior has saved the day.

*Weheartit Savior is a GreaseMonkey script and only runs on firefox with greasemonkey installed, if you’re using Internet Explorer or Google Chrome or Safari: tough luck, enjoy those pics of people doing naughty things.

Weheartit Savior

I know what you’re thinking, there’s been a lot of crap on weheartit lately and it’s crap that you’d rather not see. Well, stop putting up with that crap and do something about it with Weheartit Savior. You can add words to the ban list and it will hide any image that has those words in its title, description, tags, or has been hearted by a person with that word in their name. That’s right, Weheartit Savior has saved the day.

*Weheartit Savior is a GreaseMonkey script and only runs on firefox with greasemonkey installed, if you’re using Internet Explorer or Google Chrome or Safari: tough luck, enjoy those pics of people doing naughty things.

Posted: 2008-10-29 17:48

How to setup FriendFeed Savior
 
If you don’t have Greasemonkey installed, you can get it here. You’ll need to restart your browser after it installs.
 
Go to friendfeed-savior.bjornstar.com and click on the Install This Script button in the top right corner of the page. You’ll get a notice in the bottom right corner of your browser saying it was successfully installed.
 
Right click on the Greasemonkey icon in the bottom right corner or your browser. Then click on Manage User Scripts…
 
A box will pop up, select FriendFeed Savior in the left hand column then at the bottom click the Edit button.If this is your first time doing this it will ask you for a text editor. Try using notepad which is usually located here: ‘c:\windows\system32\notepad.exe’ If you want to get fancy try using Notepad2.
 
At this point the script will open up in your text editor and you’re ready to add words to the filter. I hope you still remember which words you were going to add.
 
FriendFeed Savior defaults to the words that I don’t want to see, you’ll probably want to change all of those. They need to be lower case, in single quotes and comma separated.
 
Once you are done editing them just save the file and refresh friendfeed. For best results you should be on a page that has something on your filtered word list.

How to setup FriendFeed Savior

If you don’t have Greasemonkey installed, you can get it here. You’ll need to restart your browser after it installs.

Go to friendfeed-savior.bjornstar.com and click on the Install This Script button in the top right corner of the page. You’ll get a notice in the bottom right corner of your browser saying it was successfully installed.

Right click on the Greasemonkey icon in the bottom right corner or your browser. Then click on Manage User Scripts…

A box will pop up, select FriendFeed Savior in the left hand column then at the bottom click the Edit button.

If this is your first time doing this it will ask you for a text editor. Try using notepad which is usually located here: ‘c:\windows\system32\notepad.exe’ If you want to get fancy try using Notepad2.

At this point the script will open up in your text editor and you’re ready to add words to the filter. I hope you still remember which words you were going to add.

FriendFeed Savior defaults to the words that I don’t want to see, you’ll probably want to change all of those. They need to be lower case, in single quotes and comma separated.

Once you are done editing them just save the file and refresh friendfeed. For best results you should be on a page that has something on your filtered word list.

Posted: 2008-09-11 19:09

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FriendFeed Savior

Are you tired of seeing post after post about Governor Palin? Don’t have an iPhone, don’t want an iPhone, and don’t want to read about iPhones? You’re in luck, FriendFeed Savior is here to save you from all the drivel on the web that you just don’t care about. And just in case your curiosity gets the best of you, there’s a handy link to show you what you missed.

*FriendFeed Savior is a GreaseMonkey script and only runs on firefox with greasemonkey installed, if you’re using Internet Explorer or Google Chrome or Safari: tough luck, enjoy those posts about Palin.

FriendFeed Savior

Are you tired of seeing post after post about Governor Palin? Don’t have an iPhone, don’t want an iPhone, and don’t want to read about iPhones? You’re in luck, FriendFeed Savior is here to save you from all the drivel on the web that you just don’t care about. And just in case your curiosity gets the best of you, there’s a handy link to show you what you missed.

*FriendFeed Savior is a GreaseMonkey script and only runs on firefox with greasemonkey installed, if you’re using Internet Explorer or Google Chrome or Safari: tough luck, enjoy those posts about Palin.

Posted: 2008-09-08 18:31

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Tumblr Savior Updated
 
I know, you were getting sick and tired of Obama this, Palin that. Well I’ve updated Tumblr Savior for the new version of the Tumblr dashboard and it’s back in business. Visit tumblr-savior.bjornstar.com to put your head back into the sand and breathe a sigh of relief.

Tumblr Savior Updated

I know, you were getting sick and tired of Obama this, Palin that. Well I’ve updated Tumblr Savior for the new version of the Tumblr dashboard and it’s back in business. Visit tumblr-savior.bjornstar.com to put your head back into the sand and breathe a sigh of relief.

Posted: 2008-09-01 03:32

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How to setup Tumblr Savior for Greasemonkey

Tumblr Savior is available on these browsers:
 - Tumblr Savior for Chrome
 - Tumblr Savior for Safari
 - Tumblr Savior for Opera
 - Tumblr Savior for Firefox
 - Tumblr Savior for Greasemonkey

 
If you don’t have Greasemonkey installed, you can get it here. You’ll need to restart your browser after it installs.
 
Go to http://tumblr-savior.greasemonkey.bjornstar.com/ and click on the Install This Script button in the top right corner of the page. You’ll get a notice in the bottom right corner of your browser saying it was successfully installed.
 
Right click on the Greasemonkey icon in the bottom right corner or your browser. Then click on Manage User Scripts…
 
A box will pop up, select Tumblr Savior in the left hand column then at the bottom click the Edit button.If this is your first time doing this it will ask you for a text editor. Try using notepad which is usually located here: ‘c:\windows\system32\notepad.exe’ If you want to get fancy try using Notepad2.
 
At this point the script will open up in your text editor and you’re ready to add words to the filter. I hope you still remember which words you were going to add.
 
Tumblr Savior defaults to the words that I don’t want to see, you’ll probably want to change all of those. They need to be in single quotes, comma separated, and lowercase.
 
Once you are done editing them just save the file and refresh your dashboard. For best results you should be on a page in your dashboard that has something on your filtered word list.

How to setup Tumblr Savior for Greasemonkey

Tumblr Savior is available on these browsers:
- Tumblr Savior for Chrome
- Tumblr Savior for Safari
- Tumblr Savior for Opera
- Tumblr Savior for Firefox
- Tumblr Savior for Greasemonkey

If you don’t have Greasemonkey installed, you can get it here. You’ll need to restart your browser after it installs.

Go to http://tumblr-savior.greasemonkey.bjornstar.com/ and click on the Install This Script button in the top right corner of the page. You’ll get a notice in the bottom right corner of your browser saying it was successfully installed.

Right click on the Greasemonkey icon in the bottom right corner or your browser. Then click on Manage User Scripts…

A box will pop up, select Tumblr Savior in the left hand column then at the bottom click the Edit button.

If this is your first time doing this it will ask you for a text editor. Try using notepad which is usually located here: ‘c:\windows\system32\notepad.exe’ If you want to get fancy try using Notepad2.

At this point the script will open up in your text editor and you’re ready to add words to the filter. I hope you still remember which words you were going to add.

Tumblr Savior defaults to the words that I don’t want to see, you’ll probably want to change all of those. They need to be in single quotes, comma separated, and lowercase.

Once you are done editing them just save the file and refresh your dashboard. For best results you should be on a page in your dashboard that has something on your filtered word list.

Posted: 2008-07-31 19:22

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Tumblr Savior
 
Tired of posts about the iPhone filling up your dashboard? Hate hearing about Jakob Lodwick’s latest blunders? If you just want to hide posts about certain topics, Tumblr Savior is here to save you. Just add your most despised terms to the array and Tumblr Savior will valiantly protect your delicate sensibilities. And if you wonder what got hidden, there’s a handy link to show you.

You can get Tumblr Savior from the following locations:

Tumblr Savior for Chrome
Tumblr Savior for Safari
Tumblr Savior for Opera
Tumblr Savior for Firefox
Tumblr Savior for Greasemonkey

Tumblr Savior

Tired of posts about the iPhone filling up your dashboard? Hate hearing about Jakob Lodwick’s latest blunders? If you just want to hide posts about certain topics, Tumblr Savior is here to save you. Just add your most despised terms to the array and Tumblr Savior will valiantly protect your delicate sensibilities. And if you wonder what got hidden, there’s a handy link to show you.

You can get Tumblr Savior from the following locations:

Posted: 2008-07-30 20:37

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Muxtaster
 
I’m getting a kick out of embedding icons into javascript. I just added icons to Muxtaster and it looks pretty good. My next step will be creating some scripts that let you take an mp3 directly from Muxtape and posting it to your Tumblr account and vice-versa. Unemployed programmers get into all kinds of trouble.

Muxtaster

I’m getting a kick out of embedding icons into javascript. I just added icons to Muxtaster and it looks pretty good. My next step will be creating some scripts that let you take an mp3 directly from Muxtape and posting it to your Tumblr account and vice-versa. Unemployed programmers get into all kinds of trouble.

Posted: 2008-07-09 18:00

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Tumtaster
 
Tumtaster for Greasemonkey is a greasemonkey script that lets you download the mp3’s you see on Tumblr so that you can put them onto your Muxtape or on your iPod or wherever you want to put them.

I’ve created a TumTaster extension for Google Chrome located at http://tumtaster.chrome.bjornstar.com. It puts lovely download links on your dashboard and your favorite tumblelogs and now has a built-in MP3 player to keep track of all the music tracks you saw and play them whenever you want. Finally you don’t need to open up a separate page just to keep looking through your dashboard while you’re playing a song. Give it a try and let me know what you think.

Tumtaster

Tumtaster for Greasemonkey is a greasemonkey script that lets you download the mp3’s you see on Tumblr so that you can put them onto your Muxtape or on your iPod or wherever you want to put them.

I’ve created a TumTaster extension for Google Chrome located at http://tumtaster.chrome.bjornstar.com. It puts lovely download links on your dashboard and your favorite tumblelogs and now has a built-in MP3 player to keep track of all the music tracks you saw and play them whenever you want. Finally you don’t need to open up a separate page just to keep looking through your dashboard while you’re playing a song. Give it a try and let me know what you think.

Posted: 2008-07-09 16:39

Bjorn Stromberg

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