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Integrated Gmail Firefox Add-on

I read about this neat sounding add-on for Firefox on Lifehacker – but unfortunately it’s not ready for prime time. Allows you to make the Inbox Collapsible and loads your choice of Google Calendar, Reader, Notebook, Groups, etc… plus Custom URLs and Google Gadgets seamlessly into the gmail interface. Works w/Google Apps Accounts and GMail Themes. I installed the Integrated Gmail add-on, but every time I went to Gmail I  [ Read More ]

New Firefox add-on for WordPress

This sounds so awesome!! On my list of 14 extremely useful Firefox addons I included ScreenGrab for capturing web pages to PNG or JPG images. Today, I replaced it with Screen Grab to WordPress. As you probably guessed, it’s got the same core functionality with one major addition: the ability to send images directly to your WordPress-powered blog. Heading off to download it and give it a whirl. Technorati Tags:  [ Read More ]

Power User’s Guide to Firefox 3

This handy guide from Lifehacker may help you customize your newly installed Firefox browser. Learn how to: Shrink the Super-sized Back Button Adjust the Smart Location Bar’s Number of Suggestions Delete Mistyped URL Suggestions and Other Auto-complete Entries Ditch Obselete Extensions Revert the “AwesomeBar” with Oldbar Trick Out Your Smart Bookmarks Set Gmail as Your Default Email client—Without an Add-on Say Hello to the Firefox Robots Enable Spellchecking in One-line  [ Read More ]

Where’s Firefox?

It’s Firefox day … where is Firefox 3? I want to download it!! Technorati Tags: firefox

Help Firefox Win a Guinness World Record

This from DownloadSquad: Mozilla is attempting to break a Guinness World Record for the most downloads in 24 hours with its upcoming Firefox 3 release. “Download Day” is nothing new for the Firefox crew, and it’s really a great way to spread the word to the world about software. Sure, people can download things whenever they want, but there’s something cool about all doing it at once…it’s like Hands Across  [ Read More ]

No more Netscape

AOL has announced that yesterday was the last day they would support Netscape Navigator – “the first mass market graphical Webrowser”: At one time, Netscape was the de facto Internet browser, but due to some nefariousness on the part of Microsoft, Internet Explorer took over. Now, the spiritual successor to Netscape, Firefox, is chipping away at IE’s market dominance. I can clearly remember my transition. Our school supported Netscape and  [ Read More ]

500 million Firefox downloads

Yesterday Mozilla announced that Firefox has been downloaded 500 million times!! Firefox just reached 500,000,000 downloads. This is an absolutely phenomenal milestone for Firefox. It is sort of hard to imagine what that number means. For some perspective, that’s roughly the audience size of 10,000 Rome Colosseums combined. It would be the weight, in kilograms, of 8,500 Boeing 747 airplanes. In dollars, for $500 million you and 15 of your  [ Read More ]

40 Useful Firefox Add-Ons for Librarians

Firefox and Librarians: 40 Useful Firefox Add-Ons for Librarians – Part One 40 Useful Firefox Add-Ons for Librarians – Part Two 40 Useful Firefox Add-Ons for Librarians – Part Three Found via LibrarianInBlack. Technorati Tags: firefox

Browzmi

When I first saw this video I thought – ooo – a neat way to do webinars. I’m always looking for free tools to assist in web programs (not sure why – just something I’m interested in). After trying it out with a friend though – I have to say that Browmi has a little more usability testing needed before it’s ready for prime time. Found via MoMB, Browzmi is  [ Read More ]

What about free will?

I user Firefox for all of my web browsing – but as someone who works on web pages, I need to have an older version of IE to do testing – also, I don’t like what I’ve heard about IE7 so far – but apparently I’ll have no choice (or little choice – I might find a way around it) but to upgrade next month: For those of you that  [ Read More ]

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