Tag Archives: Firefox add-ons

November 12 asides

Better Facebook A user script which adds a lot of customizable functionality and gives you a lot of control over your Facebook experience. User scripts are small add-ons to your browser. You’ll need to have the Greasemonkey add-on installed first. Rolling Stone: The case for Obama CNET: IE9 the best browser? Not so fast More […]

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October 2 asides

NYTimes: Basic religion test stumps many Americans Color me not surprised. Update: Here’s part of the PEW survey which you can take online. I got 12 correct out of 15, a score of 80%, better than 87% of the public. Can you do better? I hate shared calendars (at work) I have to say I […]

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Essential Firefox add-ons

Part of Firefox’s strength and agility comes from its extensible architecture allowing third-party developers to create add-ons that extend the browser’s capabilities in thousands of ways, some of them highly specialized. I rely on a cadre of add-ons for personal and business uses, many of which I use every day. I thought I’d share my […]

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