This has to be one of the most unique ways to spread Firefox that I have seen thus far. Save Granny is run by a group of Stanford students who have been working with the Mozilla Foundation to help spread Firefox. I think this would be a great and humorous Web site to get folks who don’t know about Firefox started with the browser.
Now I would not say it is the biggest pain I go through, it is a little annoying though that I have to wait through the “countdown” before I can install an extension in Firefox. You know, that whole 4 seconds or so you have to wait before the “Install Now” shows up. Well, here is a fix for all the folks who don’t like to waste the time waiting.
MR Tech Disable XPI Install Delay extension will eliminate that waiting period and allow you to click “Install Now” immediately. Just install the extension and save yourself some time. How much time will you save by getting rid of the 5-second delay? Let’s put it into perspective.
I read this intresting little ‘bit of news over at eWeek.com this morning:
Despite handing out positive reviews over the latest version of the open-source Firefox Web browser, market watchers are saying that the Mozilla Foundation will need to publicize the product heavily in order to lure new users.
I hate to say that they are point out the obvious, but hey… that is what they are doing. No mater how obvious it is though, it is the truth. It should be intresting to see how the folks at Mozilla get the job done.
You know and I know it, MySpace is ugly as hell and filled with a lot of ugly Web pages. Even the basic design of MySpace is down right unusable at times. So why use it? Well, everybody and their grandmother is on there, so it is still a good way to stay in touch with folks. So you don’t want it to be ugly and unusable, but you do want to use the service. What is a guy to do?
When it comes to search engine optimization (SEO) work, you can never get enough tools to help you get the job done. You can think of the Niche Watch Tool as one more thing to hang from your search engine optimization tool belt. This extension almost acts as a spy to see what your Online competitors are up to, and how close you are to beating them.
Feel like you are losing focus lately? Well, this Firefox extention I have for you will do nothing with balancing your yin with your yang; but it will allow you to see where your focus needs to be in the browser. Once installed, it attracts your attention to the input focus by using changing colors and flashes.
Find yourself wanting to save a lot of images, but you don’t want to do it the old fashioned way? The whole right clicking, save as technique is old. How about you try getting that done in a way that will not kill your brain cells while you work. The Barracuda Image Saver is a savior for anybody who wants to do bulk image saving.
Do you have a creative streak in you? Do you have a talent for witty remarks or curiosity-inducing designs? Do you love Firefox? FoxyTee.com is looking for submissions to our WTF?! T-shirt contest. We’re looking for clever new Firefox T-shirt designs to be worn by Firefox fans and evangelists everywhere. The new designs should be eye-catching conversation starters that can be worn proudly by all those who wish to share their love of Firefox.
Now I will not lie, I am not really a man of faith. Apparently though, some Firefox users are. For these users that are a little more religious than me, I have for you the Faith Browser.
Make the internet a reflection of your values and your faith with these simple tools. One tool builds a Bible verse into your browser. The other changes the appearance of the buttons. Together, they help you keep your faith close at heart whenever you are online.
Trust with a Web site is a hard thing to build, if you do not know who runs the Web site or what they are after exactly. Going through random Google searches, you are bound to trip over a bad Web site every once in a while. How can you tell if a search link is good or bad? You need the TrustWatch Search Extension by GeoTrust.