I am sad to say that Google Reader is dead. Feedly hopes to be the tool you transition to. It provides a productive way to organize, read and share the content of your favorite feeds, blogs and news sites. Feedly offers a seamless transition from Google Reader.
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One of the biggest complaints I have read about Firefox 4 is that Mozilla has eliminated the status bar we have all grown to be accustom to. However, just to prove that Mozilla does listen to the fans – they have given us a replacement, sort of. The status bar might be gone – but now we have the add-on bar.
Tired of looking at an empty screen when you load your new tab up? Well, thanks to the Stylish extension and a few creative people, you can make the about:blank page a little better looking.
First step would be to install the Stylish add-on for Firefox. Once you have done that, click on one of the links bellow and add it to your own Firefox installation.
For more about:blank replacements, be sure to check out UserStyles.org.
I have just recently gotten in the trend of using del.icio.us for my quick bookmarking needs.
I like to have my important bookmarks saved in my browser – and then for stuff I would want to come back later and read or check out, I use del.icio.us. Some folks out there would like to use del.icio.us instead of the default Firefox bookmarks system. For you there is del.icio.us Bookmarks.
This extension integrates your browser with del.icio.us (http://del.icio.us/), the leading social bookmarking service on the Web. It does this by replacing the default bookmarking functionality in Firefox with a new experience that offers the following advantages:
After installing this extension, your browser bookmarking functionality will change significantly.
Could Firefox give Windows a run for it’s money? Well it might seem like an odd idea – but after reading through this post I found over at Lockergnome, maybe it isn’t so odd after all?
So, after searching high and low, trying anything and everything that promised it would work the way I wanted it to, and not the way it forced it to, I stopped at LiteStep. I enjoyed it, but it just was hard to navigate and personalize the way I wanted. So I made Firefox my shell. It’s the best thing I ever did.