Browsing utility suite. View the readme on github for a quick overview.
This formats the search results on Google to show in two columns, rewrites the links to disable Google's tracking, and allows navigation to the previous/next search result pages using the left and right arrow keys.
Small js utilities I coded for my own browsing and development use. To use, view the .js files in your browser or text editor, and copy and paste the entire code into a new bookmark.
Firefox Developer Tools are excellent, but sometimes you need to quickly lookup the DOM of an element without switching tabs in Developer Tools.
This script, when run on a reddit/subreddit frontpage, randomly clicks the submitted links on that page at random intervals. The time range of the intervals can be controlled by putting a value (in seconds) in the textfield that's inserted at the top of the page. It can be easily modified to work on any website.