Yes I have yet another social news and information service for you. Before you roll your eyes and head on though, give me a few more seconds of your time. This new service from folkd.com is finally one that doesn’t seem like a direct ripoff of Digg.com.
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.
Do you find yourself doing the same thing over and over again? Do you always have something to say in a certain place, or would you like to test Firefox by setting it to do a number of tasks automatically? If any of this sounds interesting, go and get Selenium IDE.
Selenium IDE is an integrated development environment for Selenium tests. It is implemented as a Firefox extension, and allows you to record, edit, and debug tests. Selenium IDE includes the entire Selenium Core, allowing you to easily and quickly record and play back tests in the actual environment that they will run.
With that said, I also found a helpful tutorial on how to set up automated tasks with this extension as well.
Now I will be the first to say that I do not spend a lot of time looking up information on and about celebrities. For those of you who do that sort of thing though, I have a Firefox extension that you can no do without. The Celebrity Search Firefox extension puts all that Hollywood searching power right at your fingertips.
We all like reading about useful extensions right? Well, what do we do about all the useless ones?
There are also absolutely uneeded features, developed either for the programming challenge or just for the fun. Here is a sort of anthology of the most unuseful extensions to Mozilla Firefox. Sure theirs authors will love being cited here.
Here is another great resource by another young Firefox fan:
I decided to make this site to help users who have problems with Firefox, (because I had loads at the beginning) also to help people who have already got to grips with the web browser, get the most out of it.
Forget how to spell a word? Want to know what a word means? Install this search plug-in and use your Firefox search box to look up words in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary or Thesaurus instantly—from anywhere on the Web. Personally, I usually use the Google search plugin for this, but Merriam-Webster might make a little more sense to other folks out there.
How would you like to change your navigation habits? Now I can’t change the way you move your feet, but I can give you a Firefox extension that will dramatically change the way you move Online. What do you need? All you need to get this done is the Drag de Go Firefox extension.
This is just something you don’t get anywhere else but Mozilla.
Spread Firefox has been a great place to meet and discuss ideas for spreading Firefox, but where do you brag once you’ve executed them? In honor of the 200 million milestone, we’re pleased to announce The Fox Tales, which tells the stories of other famous underdogs who were challenged, ridiculed and doubted and invites you to contribute to our own underdog story—the Firefox story.
I wish I could say that after breaking both my legs in a wrestling match against Triple H, Firefox fed me chicken noodle soup and taught me how to walk again. I can not. There are some interesting posts up there already though, so go check it out.
Social networking is what the world is all about these days. If you launch anything that doesn’t have a social networking aspect to it, you are so back in 1999. Myspace.com is one of the industry leaders in the social networking revolution. With that said, wouldn’t you like a Firefox extension that would help you use Myspace.com a little better?