Member since: May 4th, 2007
May 7th 2009 1:37AM in addition to the obvious choices: adblock plus, noscript, greasemonkey, ubiquity, and mr tech toolkit....more real estate: faviconize tab, tiny menu, hide caption, toolbar buttons, hide favicons, downloads: flashgot, download them allsearch: add to searchbar, organize search engines, search site, faytlinks: text link, ietab, tiny url creatorarchiving/bookmarking: scrapbook, add bookmark here, iterasi, delicious, taboo, mozilla archive format, xmarksrss: sage tooimage: save image in foldrer, pixlr, image zoom, fireshotnavigation: locationbar, all in one gestures, ie taball purpose: all in one sidebar, minimize to tray, menu editor
May 7th 2009 1:06AM re last pass. not a good sign when i have been unable to access their site to check it out for 20 minutes now..
Apr 10th 2009 1:12PM i've been inserting images in gmail since i started using it, which was pretty much at its beginning. on the web i now use splitbrowser and just drag and drop images into the composition field--previously dragged from separate browser window. and from the desktop, thunderbird.
Apr 2nd 2009 5:59PM has some cool features, but its "short urls" are longer, not customizable, or savable. hardly a tinyurl killer.
Feb 11th 2009 1:09PM personal menu is great. i used to use it but it won't work with shiretoko, so i switched to tinymenu, which contrary to what they tell you, does work with it.https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1455
Jan 21st 2009 12:31PM con artists are always scanning for easy marks. obamadrones are already hypnotized, oblivious to substance, and willing to buy anything packaged with their disdain for difficult details and love of shiny objects in mind.doesn't take a marketing genius to come up with this scheme. if the low-life wretches that engage in this stuff had any brains they would be using them in legitimate business and not victimizing the mass of unfortunate sheep already in a compromised emotional state. it's just tragic.
Jan 5th 2009 5:57PM oh, deowulf, i forgot to mention, that your download that you somehow managed to get started may well quit half way through as it did with me with the previous version. i suggest dumping it and going to filehippo.
Jan 5th 2009 5:54PM and the funny part is that they make such a big deal out of not downloading from any other source, while making it virtually impossible to get from them! ha! it's like some kind of bad joke.
Jan 5th 2009 5:24PM r, like everything else on that absurd website, the link doesn't work. it really is an irony that the people that produced super, a fine app, also produced this 90s style travesty.many many folks must be put off trying super out of frustration trying to download it. amazing.
Dec 30th 2008 11:32AM top of my wishlist for both chrome and prism: cookie control
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble