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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-03-24

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-03-24

We looked at the new Firefox 3.1 beta 3 features last week. Did you know Firefox 3.1 is being renamed to Firefox 3.5? While we wait for that to come out of beta, let’s look at a few cool Firefox extensions, shall we? Firefox Extensions of the Week About:Tab (experimental): Firefox 3.1 is going to […]

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How to Overcome RSS Feed Overload?

How to Overcome RSS Feed Overload?

Have you collected a lot of RSS feeds over time that you neatly categorized in folders? If you are like me, you hardly have time to visit some of these folders because to actually go through them all, you are going to need a few hours a day. And who are we kidding? RSS is […]

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Mister Wong Comes to USA

Mister Wong Comes to USA

I like competition because we, as consumers benefit directly from it. I especially like the new competition to del.icio.us, the popular social online bookmarking service. Mister-Wong.de has been hugely popular in Europe and I have been in their closed-beta for over a month. I was really excited because I have been looking for a better […]

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3 Super Fast Dictonaries in the Internet

3 Super Fast Dictonaries in the Internet

I have stopped looking up words in my Webster’s College Dictionary a while back. I used their online version for the longest time before I started using other super fast means of finding meaning for words in the internet. I have listed them in the order I have found and used them, Google being the […]

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Remember the Milk For Gmail Google Chrome Extension

Remember the Milk For Gmail Google Chrome Extension

Remember the Milk is my favorite online to-do manager and even has a great RTM iPhone app too. I use Gmail and Remember the Milk extensively everyday. So, naturally Remember the Milk for Gmail Firefox extension has been such a wonderful tool for me. I can access RTM from within Gmail. This is pretty huge […]

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Start your browsing with HomepageStartup

Start your browsing with HomepageStartup

Going to bookmarks to start browsing is so old. If you are a little savvy with your browser, you might have set up multiple pages to open as your home pages. (if not ask me how in the comments) If you use Opera for your browser, you will be all too familiar with the Speed […]

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5 Great Ways to Use Google Alerts

5 Great Ways to Use Google Alerts

Google Alerts in an excellent service by Google that is not often talked about like GMail or Google Reader. It has to be one of the hidden treasures in Google’s suite of web applications. Google Alert is a simple service where you get an email alert for any search term you specify. You can choose […]

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Top Greasemonkey Scripts for New Gmail 2.0

Gmail has been seeing some excellent improvements lately with color coded labels, improved Ghat features, improved performance, etc. We can say some of these new features were actually been driven by the community through Greasemonkey (?) scripts to improve Gmail functionality. Gmail team is smart enough to recognize some of these scripts and actually integrate […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the week June 20 2007

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the week June 20 2007

This is the second in my series of weekly Firefox Extensions – Picks of the week. To reiterate, I maintain the Top Firefox Extensions as a point of reference for anyone looking for great and useful extensions. But, there are extensions that might be useful for a specific purpose to our readers and may not […]

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Firefox 2.0 – Get it now!

A lot of discussion is going on in the nether world about the browser war!! IE 7 has been available for download for a few days now. And Firefox 2.0 has just been released into the wild!! Actually, I read about a mistake by the Mozilla foundation by mistakenly making the new download page public […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 08-03-13

Elliott Spitzer, the New York state Governor, resigns after getting caught in a prostitution ring. Every news outlet is repeating how he spent $80,000 on hookers. How about we take a break from that and look at some cool Firefox extensions? Bookmark Previews: Have you seen the CoverFlow in Apple products? It’s where the album […]

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Firefox Tip: Use Search Box as a Searchable Multi-item Clipboard

I love Lifehacker and the community around it. Here is an awesome Firefox tip for those who are still loyal to this amazing browser. This tip is one of those that has been right under our nose but it took a genius to point it out. As you know, the Firefox search box remembers your […]

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Free software for your computer

Free software for your computer

I don’t pay for software anymore! I use open source software for Windows that are free for most applications. Gone are the days you had to pay for software like: Anti-virus Firewall Email client Photo Editor and the likes.. The lists of free software for windows are countless on the Internet and could overwhelm anyone […]

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Evite rolls out an updated interface

Evite rolls out an updated interface

I noticed that evite has updated their interface while I was sending out an evite this afternoon for our weekly volleyball game. I like it that they are constantly updating their site and not resting on their laurels. Here are my first impressions on the new updates. What have they done? The interface now sports […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the week

I still find new Firefox extensions every day and some of them make it to the list of Top Firefox Extensions and some don’t depending on my experience with it. But, I am starting to think that even though I can’t find a use for an extension doesn’t mean some of my readers can’t. So, […]

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