[tpm] Lispy Perl Presentation and Code

Abram Hindle abram.hindle at softwareprocess.us
Sat Mar 28 04:57:47 PDT 2009


Also I remember seeing something like a firefox shell or something which
allowed you to communicate to firefox.

I tried using Mozilla::Mechanize, I had to hack the Makefile.PL among
other things. It eventually worked but then I couldn't automate sites
accessing HTTPS, although if you're clever enough you should be able to
use it.


Antonio Sun wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 9:11 PM, <doug at hcsw.org> wrote:
>> Here's a link to "Tempest For Eliza", that program that
>> can play music over your radio via a CRT monitor . . .
> Thanks.
> We also touched upon a tool/platform that can hack web events/interactions.
> what was it, anybody?
> Antonio
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