Having acquired some vision limitations over time, I sometimes feel unconfortable the visual styles chosen by sites developers. So at times I look around userscripts.org for public scripts to allow sites customizations.
For instance I use one of those that make plain GMail new email to use a mono-spaced font. Which is great for me.
More recently I was looking for a way to change Google Drive´s fonts (both the folder tree and the documents list) but didn´t find anything, or even what I found was making lots of other customizations I didnt plan to change.
So I decided to write my own userscript for custommizing Google Drive´s folder tree and document list making fonts smaller and bolder.
[UPDATE] Since this script relies on the addCustomStyle function to patch the styles, I extracted it to a separate Gist (on Github).
Having Google Chrome as default browser, I use Tampermonkey, a powerful extension to load, edit and manage my scripts.
As proposed by my new (at the time, about a month ago) manager, to provide a quick overview about what I´ve been working on during the last seven years, I came up with this info-graphic one page summary on the subject.
Although there are some tools that promise to automatically generate kind of similar output based on your social profile on LinkedIn (or others), I found that making my own would be a great exercise.
This is also an alternative way to communicate and let everyone (head-hunters, staffing pros and others) know in which areas I have been working on, developed skills, tools, technologies and expertise gained.
Found this fantastic video about robots used today´s industries production line.
It shows how pattern recognition is used to identify objects based on their different formats (aka computer vision) and the commands can be applied to robot´s arms for fast objects classification. See the sausages example
Thanks for the sharing to Gyakoo’s Neurogence blog.