Posts Tagged “firefox”

Your Library On Amazon

By | October 23, 2009

What if you could search for a book on Amazon and the results included availability in your local library? You can. The only stipulation is that you need to be living in one of the cities where a script is available. If you’re a developer in Nashville PLEASE create this for us too! Here’s an […]

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Make Twitter Kick Ass

By | April 30, 2009

Here’s a little screencast I made for you to help improve your Twitter browser experience. In the video I talk about using Greasemonkey (you must install this first) in Firefox (my browser of choice) to install some awesome scripts to make Twitter that much better. Yes, there is a slight delay matching my voice with […]

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Essential Firefox Add-ons

By | March 10, 2009

I was chatting with a friend last night about Firefox. We were talking about our favorite add-ons that make the experience that much better. In case you’re new to using the popular Mozilla browser, or if you want to spice things up, you should take a minute to check out what’s available. I’ve posted a […]

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Firefox Tip - Synchronize your bookmarks between machines

By | November 23, 2008

I’m on my XP machine at home right now, my wife is on my MacBook upstairs. I was just looking for a bookmark in Firefox which I created at work. Under other circumstances I’d be in a pickle (possibly stuck between a rock and a hard place, or even up a certain creek without a […]

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