Javascript trick to edit the page displayed

Do you want to quickly edit the text of any webpage that you are browsing? Maybe you wanted to see how the site looks if you change some words. Here is a neat Javascript trick that you can use to edit the text part of the web page.

Do note that you can’t save the changed text onto the server or is this any means to hack a web server. If you refresh the page, all the changes you made will disappear. You can however save the resulting HTML if you goto File -> Save as.

Step 1: Drag thisĀ Edit/View bookmarklet into your bookmarks toolbar.

Step 2: Goto the web page which you want to edit and click on the bookmarklet – you will be put into the edit mode. Click the bookmarklet again and you will be put into the normal view mode.

Step 3: ?????

Step 4: Profit.

For those of you who like to know what it does beneath the scenes, it just sets two properties of the document to make it editable.

javascript:document.body.contentEditable='true'; document.designMode='on'; void 0

Free as in Free Beer

After reading the article I wrote earlier where opensource powers a milking robot, I saw another link where someone has brewed beer from milk.
There is also another link where they have posted a recipe for brewing beer under the Creative Commons License and so you can create your own open-source beer.
Who said “free as in free beer” is not possible.

Can someone try the recipe and tell whether it tastes the same as the original one?

Linux powers robotic cow-milking machine


A 122-year-old dairy equipment company has used Linux to control a robotic cow-milking system (the system is robotic, not the cows). Delaval’s “Voluntary Milking System” lets the cows decide for themselves when to be milked, and gives dairy farmers a more independent lifestyle, free from regular milkings. The system runs a 2.4.18 Linux kernel.

Tech Tags: linux vms