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TwitterCounter: the API and the Mint Pepper

As you know I’m a big fan of TwitterCounter, and Boris, its creator and founder is one of the few Dutch entrepreneurs I’m actually a fan of, as he really seems to get the “new” web. I emailed him last week, asking why TwitterCounter didn’t have an API, and we started talking about what an…

Technorati Pepper for Mint

I’ve been playing with the thought of developing a Pepper for Mint for ages, but never got to it. Tonight I decided to do it, and it turned out to be incredibly easy! So I’ve developed a Pepper that has two panes, one displays your Technorati scores like this: The other displays the latest links…

Running multiple Mint instances? Make updating easier!

I run three instances of Mint, and if I worked “the normal way” doing one of it’s rather frequent updates would mean having to copy the same files three times. Since I’m lazy, I don’t feel like doing that. What I’ve done is pick one “main” Mint install, and symlink all files in other directories…

Note to Mint users

If you’re a Mint user, you might want to add the new search.live.com as a search engine to your Mint config, since otherwise Mint won’t recognize these referrers as a Search Engine.The process is quite easy:add the following lines to the end of your engines.php: $SI_SearchEngines[] = array( ‘name’ => ‘Live.com’, ‘url’ => ‘http://search.live.com/results.aspx’, ‘domain’…

Have a Mint Greasemonkey script

This script has been replaced by a new version, which now has it’s own page.  I recently (as in, yesterday) bought a Mint license for this site, and am now very enthusiastic about it. Now i’ve always been using Google Analytics, and since i’m very interested to know what kind of stats package other people…