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Want to control all of your passwords with a single one? Firefox does have the master password option but now there is also Password Marker X. This cool extension will give you one password to rule them all.
The Paper add-on for Firefox sends an article to Instapaper by shift-clicking a link, doesn’t make any noise and is pretty customizable. Great for adding links from one page in a bulk, you just click on each one and there you go.
This add-on, storeTab, is an interesting add-on for Firefox that allows you to open many tabs and then in a simple click, save those tabs for later. You can reopen your browser and restore the tabs you saved at any time too.
Tabulous is meant to be a plugin that will save you days and days of remembering what information you read where, and at which line.
Have you seen Tab Set Saver? It lets you save a set of tabs into a single HTML file (thumbnails included), and restore one or all of the tabs from this file at a later time.
Clip and save any part of any webpage to your CoKnown projects. Drag & drop and resize clippings however you like on Pinboards. Keep things tidy with Project Tabs. Toggle to List view for notes and more. Collaborate with friends. Available everywhere.
Allows you to save relevant parts out of any website and share and discuss them with your friends and much, much more. Keep more than just links: Save the essential content snippets and use them on any computer or mobile. Memonic combines the advantages of bookmarks with your private online notebook. For free.
Save Text to File is a Firefox add-on that allows you to save highlighted text to an external text file. This is one of those features you never realize how handy it will be until you start using it. I often like to save ‘bits of articles and other things I read to go back to it later. This makes saving that information in a new location all that much easier.
Why read something now, when you can simply save it for later? I am always running across neat articles or reviews I want to read more in-depth, but I don’t have the time. That is where a service and add-on like Read it Later comes in handy.
The add-on in question will save pages for you to read later with just one click. When you have the time to check it out, you can access your Read it Later list from any computer or phone. As you save things, it syncs it to your profile on the Read it Later website.