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NYTimes Extends Paywall Limit, as Coders Jump Over Wall and Reporters Game System

Either Google pitched a fit, or the New York Times got savvy to the fact that not everyone searches with Google. (Wait, they don't?) Either way, TechCrunch is reporting that the paper decided to extend its five-article-per-day referral limit to all "major" search engines. It's an intelligent-enough about-face from the initial policy, which the Times said would apply only to Google. After...

Break the Web, Internet Explorer Style

It's no Cornify, but IE6ify does have a certain charm about it. The developer brags: "After years of observation and reverse engineering I proudly announce I have been able to reproduce the IE6 algorithm to break even the most standards-compliant websites." You know the drill: Drag the bookmarklet up top, and let the games begin....

LOLCats Don't Share Themselves! Google Reader Tips to Spread Link Love

Yesterday, we showed you how to use Google Reader to get organized, put together folders and take advantage of feed recommendations. So you think you've finally got RSS all figured out, right? Well, don't get too cocky, kid, because today we're going to explode your Google Reader world. Since you're now up to date on world news and breaking LOLcats news, you're going to want to show your legions...

Play 'Asteroids' on Any Website With a Space Shooter Bookmarklet

If you've ever wanted to leave a path of destruction across the Web (or just been bored), check out this 'Kick Ass' bookmarklet. It turns any page into a destroyable playground for a tiny ship jacked straight from the classic game 'Asteroids.' You can even continue to browse with the blasted elements removed. Now, if it would just mix in some "pew pew" sound effects......

Minimalist Google Maps, NASA Astronauts Prefer Shrimp Cocktails

There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. This Google Maps hack takes out everything but the location markers and names. Somehow, it's still navigable. [From: xn-slarsteinn-gbb.com, via: Kottke] Mary Roach...

Poligraft Highlights Political and Financial Connections in Online Text

If, like this blogger, you have a bit of a political streak, the last several years have been a boon to your obsession. The Web has put just about every fact, figure and document at your fingertips, if you know where to look. But, if you're not obsessive, you might never know, for instance, that the sponsor of a new pro-ethanol bill receives most of his campaign contributions from the National...

Readability Bookmarklet Simplifies Your Web Reading, Saves Your Eyes

Much of our Web perusal can be broken down into two distinct types: scanning and in-depth reading. Longer-form articles tend to be easier to read on a single, scrollable page, so the print/one-page option (if available) and some ninja-fast text-resizing can sometimes improve a piece's readability. Unfortunately, many sites no longer offer print-ready versions of articles. Readability, a tool...

Quietube Provides a Portal for Censored Vids in the Middle East

Back in March, James Bridle designed a bookmarklet called Quietube, a script that allows users to "watch web videos without the comments and crap." As a minimalist reversal of the hyper-glut that is YouTube, Quietube is a welcome departure from all the typical sidebar claptrap that we've grown to accept. But Bridle has recently observed that Quietube, as an external proxy for viewing...