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Save Your Facebook Chat History

Browse Facebook Chats

Use the chat feature on Facebook? One thing that it really lacks is a way to keep a history of who you talked to and what was said.  Thankfully though, this add-on – Facebook Chat History Manager – will give you a way to simply browse through your previous Facebook chats.

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Amplify – All in One Social Sharing Tool

Amplify Social Sharing Add-on Amplify is a very cool Firefox add-on that will let you clip and share things from news to images and videos (just about anything you find on the web).  It fully support auto-posting to Twitter, Facebook, Buzz, WordPress, Posterous and more.

You can clip things, post them by email, add them to your blog or even share them on a micro blogging service.  The choice really is up to you.

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PDF Download is a PDF Power Tool

PDF Tools

Quickly create PDFs anywhere from any source on the Web.  The add-on PDF Download will let you save just about any type of content from any webpage as a PDF file.  The extension also promises to remove the pain you can experience when you encounter PDF files online too.

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Open Your Homepage on New Tabs

New Tab Homepage

New Tab Homepage is a very simple and lightweight add-on for Firefox.  When you open a new tab in Firefox, it will open your default homepage – rather than an empty tab. While I am using Firefox, I frequently go back to my homepage to check my mail or the latest updates in my RSS reader – so this extension seems like a very obvious evolution of the opening a new tab process.

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CoolPreviews Come to Firefox

Preview Your Links

Do you remember when picture in picture TV watching was going to be the next best thing?  You could watch one show, while another one was going on in the corner of your screen.  Well, picture in picture browsing is here and is on Firefox thanks to CoolPreviews.  This add-on from the developers of CoolIris is a great browser add-on that will let you preview links and media without leaving the page you are on.

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Bring RSS to the Firefox Sidebar

Sidebar Feed Reader

If you use the built in feed reading capabilities of Firefox, the Live Bookmarks feature, you might be missing the fact that you do not have an organized list of new entries to go through like you would have in a traditional RSS reader.  The Feed Sidebar add-on for Firefox is here to take your Live Bookmarks and display them all in your sidebar.

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