Finance, Innovation »

[19 Dec 2008 | 1 Comments]

My post on creating a client-side mashup between a traditional bank website and Wesabe got noticed by The Bankwatch with Colin's coverage on the idea here.  Colin (quite rightly) points out that the idea is a one-off and requires a degree of technical know-how, if nothing else the idea was to a... [More]

Computing, Finance »

[9 Dec 2008 | 1 Comments]

In my last post I described a means of using Grease Monkey and javascript to add extra functionality to web pages and in my previous example I demonstrated adding extra functionality to an online banking page.  At the end of that post I asked the question as to whether this was something that c... [More]

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[3 Dec 2008 | 0 Comments]

Grease Monkey is a browser plugin that's been around for a long time (2005) which allows you to run scripts against a page and alter the content on the fly.  Scripts are configured individually as to which URLs (either partial or full) they run against and can be turned or off at will.  Th... [More]

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[3 Dec 2008 | 0 Comments]

Now that thin client computing has become fashionable again (as part of cloud computing) and the likes of Microsoft, Google and Amazon have released their respective platforms, it's interesting to look at some of the opportunities opening for companies.  There has already been a  coverage ... [More]

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[2 Dec 2008 | 0 Comments]

People tend not to change their current accounts very often or even at all and there are some pretty obvious reasons why.  The biggest reason I would guess is around apathy, can I be bothered to go through the hassle of changing everything over to a new bank (even if they do promise to do it al... [More]