Sunday 28 November 2010

[UPDATE] TabJuggler: Chrome Extension

Hi... I've just released TabJuggler extension for Google Chrome (and Chromium).
I wanted to juggle a little with tabs, moving them, etc...
I decided to create an extension to perform some tasks such as grouping, merging, exploding tabs...
Now it allows to:
  • collect all tabs in all Chrome windows and move them into a single Window
  • move each Tab of the current Window and move it to a separate Window
  • group Tabs by Hostname and move each group in a separate Window
  • sort Tabs by Title, Hostname or Url
  • search for Tabs containing in their Title or Url a string or using a regular expression

Here the Google Chrome Extension Gallery page and the Google Code Project page.
Please give me feedback and/or comments.
Thanks in advance...

[UPDATED] Wikileaks - Italy Executive scared for incoming news

Nice tool for browsing Wikileaks Database from The Guardian.

El-Pais publishes leaks too.
Le Monde starts the information stream.
The Guardian starts publishing leaks, read more here.

Leaks focuses on:
  • Grave fears in Washington and London over the security of Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme
  • Alleged links between the Russian government and organised crime.
  • Devastating criticism of the UK's military operations in Afghanistan.
  • Claims of inappropriate behaviour by a member of the British royal family.

Wikileaks website is under attack. Probably a DDoS (more informations here) [UPDATE] Confirmed via Facebook:
We are currently under a mass distributed denial of service attack. (DDoS)
El Pais, Le Monde, Speigel, Guardian & NYT will publish many US embassy cables tonight, even if WikiLeaks goes down
NYT, Le Monde, El Pais, The Guardian will publish contents even if WikiLeaks website goes down.
I expect a DNS redirect for censuring in some countries.
Google Search and Twitter showing increasingly posts, tags on WikiLeaks stuff.