Month: January 2012

Quix – useful tweak for web workflow

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I learned about Quix today. It’s a bookmarklet-driven shortcut tool for web browsing and has LOTS of potential for shortcuts and helpful information processing workflow due to its built-in and custom command features. Here’s an example of my custom quix.txt configuration file. I expect this will evolve rapidly over time (and I’ll eventually get this into github or something)(Done!) David’s quix.txt I use Chrome as my primary browser. Unlike safari, it does not allow for […]