In article <4318A5FD.9010409 / whytheluckystiff.net>,
why the lucky stiff  <ruby-talk / whytheluckystiff.net> wrote:
>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

Wow, it's already slicing and dicing and making julienne fries!
Very fast progress indeed.  It'll be singing "Daisy" by next week.
Keep plugging in those plexiglass blocks.

Phil