I am not really that big of a sports fan. If you are not wearing wrestling tights or boxing gloves, you are not going to get my attention. I shouldn’t let me hate for other sports stop me though from spreading the word about a cool sports-related extension I found though.
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Finally the extension we have all been waiting for! Now we can have MC Hammer functionality built right into our favorite browser.
Adds ‘STOP! Hammer Time..’ functionality to FireFox – Simply go to “view -> toolbars -> customise” and swap your stop button for the hammertime button!
You have to enjoy a Firefox extension when the name pretty much sums up what it is all about. The ilovevideoz Toolbar is one of those extensions. This tool is one that will help you keep up to date with all the different video sharing Web sites and make sure you have seen all the best content on each.
Now I am not a big fan of posts for the sake of posting, but this photo just seemed a little too weird. I had to spread the word about it. The picture is of a nebula recently discovered in deep space around the time that Firefox 0.8 was released. It looks like the Firefox logo.
Then again, if you look at anything long enough, it will look like the Firefox logo. I could have sworn I saw it this morning in my cereal too!
Shopping on eBay can be a real savior and a real pain in the rear. Sure, you can find a lot of great deals. Why does looking for the best deals always have to be such hard work though? The ShortShip Firefox extension hopes to end your worries. It makes it a lot easier to find the cheapest deals on eBay.
Do you want quick and easy access to your Flickr photos? FlickrFox is an extension for Firefox and Flock that lets you browse your Flickr photostreams in a sidebar. After you install it, enjoying your photos is as easy as turning on the sidebar menu. To make that a little easier, you can customize your toolbar and add a Flickrfox icon to it as well. This extension gives you an easy access to your photostreams.
Need to search for an image in a hurry? The Search Images With a Single Click Firefox extension allows you to do just that. No more typing in the URL, or going to Google then clicking on the “Images” link. All you need to do is highlight the term that you wish to search for and click “Search Images”. It automatically takes you to Google’s Image search.
This Greasemonkey script opens all Yahoo Launch music videos in a new window so that they will be playable with MS Windows Media Player or mplayerplug-in in Firefox. Since I have Yahoo/AT&T as my ISP, I have been getting access to some of the Yahoo! Music Plus features for some time. Now I can actually use them!
To use this script you must have Greasemonkey for Firefox installed.
bLaugh looks better in Firefox. In fact, we’ve gone out of our way to optimize our GIFs for Firefox. Everybody knows that graphics render themselves better in Firefox. Internet Explorer makes images look like graphics, whereas Firefox makes images look more image-like. We think Firefox is teh shiz.
I was bored yesterday, so I decided to create a little sidebar for everybody to enjoy. All you need to do to get it up and running is click the link at the end of this post. I wish I could say this took me hours to create, but honestly it only took a few minutes. Now you can listen to the number one hosting podcast across the nation all the time.
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