MouseHole 1.1 is out.  If you're unfamiliar with it, that's okay because 
it's only a few days old really.

Here's a visual walkthrough: 
<http://redhanded.hobix.com/inspect/mousehole11InPlainView.html>

In a nutshell, MouseHole is a scriptable web proxy.  It's designed as an 
alternative to Firefox's Greasemonkey extension.  You start up 
MouseHole, you set it as your web proxy in your browser's configuration, 
you surf the web, installing scripts you find on the web and letting 
those scripts effect your view of the web. 

User scripts can mount themselves as applications as well.  For example, 
there's an Instiki-clone for MouseHole, which mounts itself at /wiki.

Anyway, here's the MouseHole phone book:

   * Download MouseHole 1.1:
         o Windows standalone.
           
<http://rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/5867/mouseHole-1.1-win32-standalone.zip> 

           (No Ruby required.)
         o or Source zip.
           <http://rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/5868/mouseHole-1.1.zip>
           (Ruby, yaml, dbm, rexml libraries required.)
         o or Source tarball.
           
<http://rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/5869/mouseHole-1.1.tar.gz>
           (Ruby, yaml, dbm, rexml libraries required.)
   * My own MouseHole scripts. <http://whytheluckystiff.net/mouseHole/>
   * The MouseHole wiki. <http://mousehole.rubyforge.org>
   * Mailing list is mousehole-scripters
     <http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/mousehole-scripters>

Thanks and forever.

_why