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.
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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.
It looks like Mozilla Labs now has it’s own blog. I am pretty excited to see what comes of this in the future. Here is just a little sample of what was said in post number one.
This web log presents updates from the new Mozilla Corporation effort, Mozilla Labs. Labs is a place for “exploring the future of the web experience”. The discussion around Labs started with the informed musing of Mitchell Baker, Chief Lizard Wrangler, and the need for prototypes in the Mozilla product development process.
Need a few good reasons to switch your browser of choice? Well thanks to Switch2Firefox.com you now have a good step by step resource on how to do so.
More people are interested in switching from IE to Alternative Browsers than ever before. See why they made the change and how easy it was. Discover the 101 features that Mozilla offers over IE 6.0. Learn all the great ways browsing the web with Firefox can give you a better digital life. And understand how firefox can make your life easier and your possibilities endless.
Ever wanted to peek into the head of your favorite Web site? Maybe your a Web designer that needs to check something on your own Web site. No mater what the reason, Professor X is a really neat tool to have on hand. The Professor X extension for Firefox let’s you see inside a page’s head without viewing the source code.
The FireBug Firefox extension would be a handy one for any Web developer to pick up and use.
Sometimes you do not need to keep a bookmark forever. You might be working on a small project or just keeping a few handy for research. No mater what your reason is, the Tark Firefox extension will come in handy for these types of projects.
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.
One of the more unique blogging tools out there today has released a mighty big update!
The release of Performancing Firefox 1.3 brings a whole new dimension to the free open source blog editor. By making PFF extensible via the Themes and Addons API’s, and opening up the source code via subversion, we’re putting the blogosphere’s favorite editor where it belongs, in the hands of it’s users.
The folks over at CyberNotes have put together a list of some of the top Firefox security and privacy extensions you can get. If you are overly paranoid, I would say get them all. Getting all of them would probably also mean that you must wash your hands 523 times a day too. Some of these are good, some of them are great and some of them you can probably live without.