As they say on the Web site, “Diigo is about ‘Social Annotation'”. To define that for you, they later say they are, “the best way to collect, share and interact on online information from anywhere”. With a tool of perfection like this, they have to be packing a Firefox extension.
For those of you out there that like to stay on the leading edge of browsing, the newest release out of Mozilla’s lab has hit the streets and is gaining steam. Personally, I think I’ll wait for the final version to come out. If you are interested though, here are the links:
If you find yourself working with tables on the Web a lot, you need to get the Table2Clipboard Firefox extension. It allows you to cut and paste table information from the Web right into your favorite database program. No mater if it is Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice Calc, you should be good to go.
Need to translate a Web site really quickly? FoxLingo is going to be the Firefox extension that you can not live without. Right now FoxLingo can convert any Web site into the following languages:
Afrikaans, Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Filipino, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese Brazilian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Spanishla, Swedish, Thai, Turkish and Welsh
Search engine optimization (SEO) is important for just about every Web master out there. You always want to know where your competitors are and how you are standing in the search engine rankings. SEO for Firefox hopes to make your optimization process just a little easier.
Want to know why Google or Yahoo! ranks pages? If so this is the Firefox extension for you. SEO for Firefox pulls in many useful marketing data points to make it easy get a more holistic view of the competitive landscape of a market right from the search results.
No mater what your way of doing things is, there always seems to be a better way to do it. When it comes to saving links and images on the Web, I have two extensions that will make your life on the Web a heck of a lot easier. With both the Save Link in Folder and Save Image in Folder extensions, you will become a browsing master.
Wow, all I can say right now is thank you and keep telling your friends and family about the free Firefox eBook!
After you have installed a dozen or two extensions, your menu buttons can get a little out of hand. Everything wants to add a command or link in the browser to help you use it better. Every extension leads to more choices in the menu. How can you tame this down? You need to pick up the More Tools Menu Firefox extension.
When it comes to browsing images on the Web, there are not a lot of extra features or tools at your fingertips. Now I do not want a full image editor, I would just like to get a closer look at some of the images on the Web. That is where the Image Zoom Firefox extension comes into play. I bet you can guess from the name what tool it adds to Firefox.
I read a very interesting outlook on where Firefox is heading in the near future this morning. Now the regular user might not care too much, they just want it to work. It is neat to look ahead though for those of us who like to see what the future might hold.
I heard a few questions yesterday about the future of Firefox and its product goals, differentiating factors, and its positioning against Microsoft and its Internet Explorer browser. I’ve been following the Firefox process intermittently so I’ll outline some of what I know in an attempt to spark community involvement and feedback on behalf of Mozilla and the Firefox team.