Tag Archives: Firefox
del.icio.us Direc.tor is really delicious

del.icio.us Direc.tor is really delicious

Do you like del.icio.us bookmarks but hate their interface to hunt for that bookmark you had saved a year back? If you are like me, you probably have a hundred tags so they aren’t much help either with the way del.icio.us is designed. So, what do you do? If you are unaware of del.icio.us, it […]

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Free Versatile HTML Editor – HTML-Kit

Free Versatile HTML Editor – HTML-Kit

Yesterday, I wrote about an elegant solution to CSS authoring that is free and simple to use. When I was writing that I thought that I should share the gem I have found in this free HTML Editor – HTML-Kit. (unfortunately Windows only – sorry linux and mac users. If you are Linux user, you […]

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What is that Orange button? – RSS for everyone

What is that Orange button? – RSS for everyone

The timing couldn’t have been perfect. Today, ShanKri-la’s subscribers as you can see is at 100! (definitely a big milestone for us) I know when I discovered what RSS does and started using it, I opened myself up to a whole new world in the internet. I religiously try to make my friends use two […]

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Firefox 3 Beta 4 Portable – Run with Firefox 2

Firefox 3 beta 4 was released recently and some of you voiced that you’d rather wait until Firefox 3 was released as a stable version. I am going to tempt you again to try it. There is a portable version of Firefox 3 Beta 4 now available for download that you can try risk-free along […]

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Gmail Goes Offline – In a Good Way

Gmail has been seeing some exciting improvements quicker than ever after the advent of Gmail Labs. The latest being the ability to access Gmail offline even after you have lost your Internet connection! Gmail Labs was a new feature introduced in Gmail a few months back. It follows the same lifecycle as most Google products […]

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Very cool way to start your searches – Sputtr.com

Very cool way to start your searches – Sputtr.com

My homepage used to be Google. Because of its simplicity. And my web browsing habits were pretty simple too. Lot of my browsing sessions would start with a Google search. I wasn’t using so many web apps either. Google was my one stop search for all. Not any more. My search needs are so varied […]

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HootSuite Updates With Facebook LinkedIn Integration

HootSuite Updates With Facebook LinkedIn Integration

HootSuite is a professional web based Twitter management tool. You can read my HootSuite review here. Hootsuite has now updated with a few more features Facebook Integration Once you link your HootSuite account with your Facebook account, you can update your Facebook status, etc right from within Hootsuite. The cool thing is that if you […]

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Download Firefox 4 Beta 10 Now

Firefox 4 has been in the making for a long time. As always with major Firefox releases, it is going through intensive beta testing. Firefox 4 has now reached beta 10 and includes over 500 bugfixes. Firefox 4 includes some major feature changes and additions like Instant website ID Private browsing Anti-virus software Crash protection […]

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Firefox 3: User Interface Enhancements

Firefox 3: User Interface Enhancements

Alex Faaborg at Mozilla Labs has posted about the new user interface features in development for Firefox 3. The article  discusses the below features with screenshot mockups but since you are here to read about it, here is my take on it. Here is a quick look at features to be watched: Places: Bookmarking, tagging […]

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Top Firefox Extensions

Top Firefox Extensions

As we all know. looking for the best Firefox extensions in Official Firefox Add-ons is like searching for  the proverbial needle in a haystack. I am a Firefox extensions addict and I try a lot of extensions every week. You can see my periodic new extensions in the Firefox Extension Picks series that I feature […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 2007-12-20

Christmas is almost here and I am sure a lot of us are getting read for the holidays! Here is another batch of Firefox Extensions that I came across in the last couple of weeks. Remember the Milk – The biggest one for me is the Remember the Milk‘s extension making use of the recently released […]

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Keyboard Shortcuts Fiesta

I like to find out how I can be more productive with all the tools I have at my disposal. One of the key things that help me with my productivity and me from getting Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is Keyboard Shortcuts. I use keyboard shortcuts for my Windows Desktop, Firefox, GMail, GreatNews, GReader, Remember the […]

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Delicious to Google Bookmarks Import Script

It is no secret that Yahoo has expressed it lack of commitment for the popular bookmarking service Delicious. I have been leaning more towards Xmarks since it was last acquired by LastPass. However, Google Bookmarks is a viable option for a lot of people and now there is an import script available. Google has made […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-04-09

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-04-09

There has never been a time when I found it hard to find new and cool extensions that I wanted to talk about. Here we go with some more awesome add-ons! Of course check out my Top Firefox Extensions to find some of the all-time best add-ons!

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How to Run Firefox 4 and Firefox 3 At the Same Time?

I haven’t had the need to do this yet but thanks to @StephenCronin asking this question. With Firefox 4 out yesterday, there are many extension developers who haven’t updated their add-ons yet. Or you may want to test your website on Firefox 3 while using Firefox 4 simultaneously. Whatever the reason maybe, here is how […]

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