Have you ever thought that using Firefox would be more fun if it had achievements? You know, the type of rewards you get when playing a game – such as “dead eye” when getting your one hundredth headshot in a first person shooter. Cheevos for Firefox will add such a system to the browser.
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Over at CyberNet News I recently noticed they added a new Firefox section to the mix. Learn Firefox is what it is called and I have to say it has an impressive list of resources, help and videos to get you going with the Mozilla browser.
You can scroll down the list to see what they have covered thus far – and I am sure they’d be open to suggestions if you have any to share. I’ve been a big fan of what Ryan has been able to do with the CyberNet News Web site – so it is no surprise to see him behind this excellent resource. Funny enough I started reading CyberNet News after it got banned from digg many moons ago.
Go check out Learn Firefox and let them know that Firefox Facts sent you there.
Have a friend that might not “get” how to use Firefox just yet? Maybe they would learn more if you gave them a visual to study? I ran across this series of Firefox video tutorials this morning. Right now they cover: Tabbed Browsing, Live Bookmarking, Integrated Search, Themes, and Add-ons or Extensions. You can even toss in your E-mail address into the Web page so that you can get updated when new tutorials are available.
Firefox makes a great companion when it comes to e-learning. No matter if you are taking Online classes or just doing a little self teaching, you need a good set of tools to help you in the experience. Over at e-Literate they have listed some very helpful extensions to make your e-learning even better.