So I finally got around to getting our vacation pictures uploaded to flickr. Check 'em out...
The "View Seats" link is missing when browsing flights on Travelocity using a Mac. Seriously, check it out.
Talk about annoying... I've recently started planning our vacation - looking for a flight from Indianapolis to Honolulu. I've spent a few hours fretting over connection times. I'm also trying to be sure Jesse and I get seats next to one another. I started my search using my Windows machine and later picked it up using my Macbook. That's when I realized the link is missing.
I sent an email over to customer service detailing the problem. I'm hoping they get it into the hands of someone who will fix it soon.
It was really bugging me so I decided to dig into the source to see if I could find out what was up. It seems they have an alternate script to generate this link for users running on the Mac platform. I'm not sure why - I didn't really dig into the script. What I did notice is that although the script is running and the link is generated - for some reason they have omitted the "View Seats" link text.
Well, like I said. It was bugging me. So, I put together a quick and dirty Greasemonkey script to fix it. I figured I would share in the event that this was bugging anyone else. Behold!
The Travelocity "View Seats" Missing Link Fixer Greasemonkey script.
I finally got around to putting the pictures of our house on Flickr. Sure, it's about three years later - but I finally got it done!
I've moved the live feed over to ustream.tv. I'm having a bit of trouble with stickam lately - frustrating connection failures. I'm streaming a bit more lately - so keep an eye out.
I don't have the webcam back up yet. I've been reorganizing the office and haven't gotten around to it. One of these days...
Some of the other cool stuff I've been working on lately...
- Screencasting on the Mac using Screenflick.
- Enhancing video streams and live screencasting on the Mac using CamTwist.
- Testing the Windows 7 beta.
- Building a NAS machine using freenas.
I'm putting together some screencasts (if you cound't tell) that I'll be posting soon.
I installed VirtualBox on my new MacBook within the first few hours of unboxing. So far I've installed XP Media Center, Ubuntu 8.04 and most recently... Windows 3.11. How awesome is that?!?!
It was a little rough at first. The last time I touched a Windows 3.11 box was about 10 years ago. In about 5 minutes all of those hours in front of my old Zenith 286 and Dale 386 desktops came rushing back to me. Good times!