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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-02-04

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-02-04

Yes! It’s time to look at some more cool, new, shiny Firefox extensions. easyComment: If you are into blogging, this experimental add-on is a must have. It automatically fills out blog comment forms. It also supports multiple commenting profiles and even language mutation. I used to use InformEnter but I am trying this now. FireScope: […]

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Top Web Applications Best Suited for Mozilla Prism

Mozilla Prism, previously known as WebRunner, is a great application that splits the web applications from the browser and lets you run them from your desktop. Although in it’s infancy, Prism is already very useful for me and I use it for a variety of web applications that I need open throughout the day. If […]

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How to Get Past Blocked Sites?

Even in the days when businesses are leveraging social networks like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn, there are several workplaces and schools blocking access to those websites. Sometimes it is pointless and sometimes it is mandatory. If you are in the pointless block category, here is a cool site to get around those proxies and […]

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Make the Most out of FeedBurner’s Feeds-by-Email Service

Feedburner has offered feeds by email for a long time and it is one of the things every blogger using Feedburner could utilize. If you don’t offer a way to subscribe by email, consider how many readers who don’t use a RSS feed reader but like your content. You could be missing out on dozens […]

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Gmail Gets Colored Labels & Chat With AIM Users

Gmail Gets Colored Labels & Chat With AIM Users

Gmail Colored Labels Gmail just went through a major upgrade to version 2.0 where they changed the way Gmail messages loaded and implemented pre-fetching. Today, they have implemented a feature, Colored Labels, that was previously available as a Greasemonkey script. Labels are a great way of organizing your emails. Combined with Gmail Filters, I can […]

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Enso Launcher Commands Cheatsheet

I recently reviewed Enso Launcher – a free program launcher at TechieBuzz and have started using it in my laptop religiously and I am amazed at the productivity it brings with it. Enso caught my attention when it was made free recently and it was $40 before then. It is often compared to Mac’s QuickSilver […]

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Awesome New Gmail Feature – Google Search

Awesome New Gmail Feature – Google Search

I can’t count the number of times I had to leave Gmail to open a new tab in Firefox to do a Google Search to include a link in the email. Gmail Labs has made that a thing of the past. Google Search in Gmail I can perform Google Search right inside Gmail now. It […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 08-10-03

So, the much awaited Biden-Pail debate is over and the news analysts are tearing it apart to see who got the lead after it. And thankfully the Google Chrome fever seems to be over too. Let’s show our beloved Firefox some love with this week’s edition. WiseStamp: The name gives away nothing. But, this little […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week Aug 7 2007

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week Aug 7 2007

I can tell some of you are just waiting for the Picks of Week post to try out Firefox Extensions. Here is this week’s load of extensions you might find useful or just fun to try. Stylish: Stylish is for CSS as GreaseMonkey is for JavaScript. Stylish is a user styles manager lets you customize […]

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Are you a Google fan?

Are you a Google fan?

I use a lot of Google’s products and some of them I find indispensible. Besides the obvious reason that they are free, I find some of their apps absolutely something I cannot live without. I use Google, GMail, Google Notebook, Google Maps and Picasa almost everyday! Do you find yourself reading this and that about […]

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How to Get the New Gmail Minimal Look?

Google has just started rolling out the new minimal look for everyone? If you are like me and don’t see it yet, here is how you can enable it right now. Just go to Mail Settings Go to Themes tab Enable Preview or Preview (Dense) Other than the new minimal look, Google has also moved […]

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Quick Tip: Access Google Tasks In Full Browser Window

Quick Tip: Access Google Tasks In Full Browser Window

Google Tasks has been a welcome addition for a lot of Gmail fans. Plus, Google Tasks has been made available from a variety of Google web apps like Google Calendar, etc. The only downside so far is that Google Tasks opens in a small window inside of Gmail or Google Calendar. Google Tasks can now […]

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Grand Central goes Mobile

We wrote about GrandCentral a while back and it has been one of our most popular articles as you might have noticed in the sidebar! If you haven’t read our earlier article, Grand Central is a free service that offers you one phone number for life!  Here is a glimpse of my post before you […]

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DropBox Web – Redesigned with Bulk Operations

DropBox Web – Redesigned with Bulk Operations

Dropbox is my favorite file sync software and one of its major advantages over others in the file sync area is their incredible web access to all your stored files and folders. Dropbox Web just got prettier. Not only, did it get a nice UI redesign but they also added some very useful features to […]

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Create Custom HTML Signatures in Gmail – Black Canvas

One of the primary gripes about Gmail is the lack of HTML support in email signatures. And it sticks out like a sore thumb. Obviously, Google has heard this complaint for a long time from it’s huge user base especially from the power users. And they haven’t still addressed this user request despite making other […]

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