The fireNotes add-on for Firefox is unique. It allows you to setup your own customized RSS feed links or embedded pages within the Firefox browsing window. Think of it as a local alternative to the popular start pages like Netvibes or iGoogle.
I think the overall interface could still use some tweaking, but other than that – the functionality of this Firefox add-on makes it worthy of your time. You can open fireNotes up at anytime by hitting Ctrl + y or by right clicking and selecting “Show fireNotes” from the context menu.
You, pretty much, create your note, copy in a URL and fireNotes will show you the possibilities.
- If you want to add a RSS feed, just enter the URL and let fireNotes automatically search for the feed or enter the direct URL to the feed.
- Whenever you see interesting content on a webpage, just right click on it and send it to fireNotes!
You can pick up fireNotes for Firefox on the Firefox Add-ons web site.