MozillaZine has a nice roundup of recent articles about Greasemonkey, a firefox extention that allows you to change the content of a website to suit your own tastes.

Wired news reports that greasemonkey users have: “… added a delete button and permanent search folders to Gmail, made their browsers show only print pages of online news stories, reconfigured all the content on a popular music website and removed Reuters stories on the Michael Jackson story from online newsreader Bloglines.”

Greasemonkey adds a whole new layer of customizability to the web-browsing experience that was previously more difficult to obtain. Unfortunately, using the extention seems fairly archaic and may prove quite daunting to the average end-user.