I had this link passed to me via E-mail and I have to say things are looking really good. Once again Firefox blows the competition out of the water as far as user interfaces go. Think I don’t know what I am talking about? Go have a look for yourself and tell me I am wrong.
Do you want to save or load that information that you keep typing over and over into those Web site text forms? The AutoFormer extension will do the trick. Loading is automatic, saving is manual (2 mouse click). All inputs data stores into the cookies. It couldn’t get any easier.
Do you find yourself doing the same thing every single morning? I know I do. As soon as I sit down, I usually fire up Firefox and launch my Yahoo! Mail, a few Web hosting forums, and a few other miscellaneous Web sites. Instead of having to open each Web site by hand, wouldn’t it be easier to have this automated for me? The Morning Coffee Firefox extension does that job and it does it well.
For some time now, when I am not sure if a place is going to spam me to death, I’ll give them a dummy E-mail address that I don’t check that often. That way I can still sign up for a service, before I see if they are going to send me a plethora of E-mail I didn’t ask for. The Temporary Inbox Firefox extension takes some of the work out of the problem by generating random disposable email addresses. Use those email addresses for registration at forums, adult sites or whatever.
I know I have told loved ones, family and friends I would like to have a second brain. Not really sure where I would put it, but with everything we are doing these days Online, it would come in handy. The Firefox gBrain extension gives me a “Googlized” version of a second brain, as far as my browsing habits go. I guess beggars can not be choosers.
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.