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Blogger Dynamic Views for Google Chrome lets you toggle blog designs while browsing

Google's Blogger service has launched a new extension for Google's Chrome browser today, called Blogger Dynamic Views. As its name implies, this is related to last week's unveiling of five new HTML5-based Dynamic Views for Blogger. The extension adds an orange Blogger icon in your address bar when you're visiting a Blogger blog. If you click on the orange icon, you'll get a list of the five...

Evernote Chrome extension gets quick clipping and snippets

Evernote's Chrome extension might not be quite as powerful a tool as Evernote's Mac and PC apps, but it does make a great addition to any note-capturing addict's browser toolbox. The latest update adds common Evernote actions to Chrome's right-click menu, making grabbing a clipping or starting a new note even more convenient. "Clip this page," "clip selection" and "clip image" are now just a...

Minimalist Gmail Chrome extension lets you fully customize your inbox

Gmail interface tweaks tend to be all or nothing: you either keep the standard Gmail interface with all its bells, whistles and distractions, or you hide all the links and sidebar doodads at once. The Minimalist Gmail Chrome extension is different: it gives you control over 40+ individual elements of the Gmail interface, from the top bar all the way down to the footer. Minimalist Gmail is...

Send to Kindle extension for Google Chrome saves articles to your Kindle

Kindle owners who would rather read web articles on their Kindle devices than on a laptop screen are in luck: there's now a Send to Kindle Chrome extension. With a little bit of setup, you can pass articles to your Kindle over Wi-Fi or Amazon's Whispernet with one click. When you install Send to Kindle, you'll see a setup screen where you'll have to enter your Kindle's registered email address....

DepthJS for Chrome lets you use a Microsoft Kinect to browse the web

A team from the MIT Media Lab has built a Chrome extension that uses Microsoft's Kinect to navigate on Web pages and around Chrome's chrome. The extension is called DepthJS and is available on GitHub, has an AGPL license and therefore is obviously open for outside code contributions. A demo video showcasing DepthJS is after the break, and you truly can't appreciate this without watching the...

Jimmy Wales Chrome extension adds Wikipedia donation banner to every single page

If you can't get enough of WIkipedia founder Jimmy Wales' smiling face, pleading for your donations to keep everyone's favorite community knowledge base afloat, then you need the Jimmy Wales Chrome extension. With this little browser add-on, donation banners featuring Jimbo himself will follow you everywhere you go on the web. I'm not sure why someone would install this on their personal...

Google Web Clipboard feeds Chrome freshly synced copypasta

Google's newest official Chrome extension is sure to get a lot of use in the coming months. Assuming you've got extension-syncing enabled in a capable version of the browser, Web Clipboard brings a fully synced clipboard to Chrome, and it's pretty nice for an initial -- though somewhat buggy -- release. It copies both plain text and HTML within any Chrome tab, and secures the data on Google...

Facebook Disconnect: A Chrome extension that puts Facebook in its place

It's no secret that Facebook is connected to more sites across the Internet than most would think possible of something other than Google, but a new Chrome extension hopes to allow users to stop their browsing habits outside the social network from becoming more research and marketing fodder for Mark Zuckerberg. The extension, called Facebook Disconnect, blocks contact between your browser and...

Graph Your Inbox uncovers your Gmail account's hidden stats

I've received almost 4,000 emails from Twitter, and I only know that because Graph Your Inbox told me so. Graph Your Inbox is a Google Chrome extension that reveals the stats about your Gmail account in graph form, based on any search you want, without even asking for your username and password. Just fire up this Chrome extension, enter some search terms (boolean searches and Gmail advanced...

Chromac extension brings Safari keyboard shortcuts to Chrome for Mac

If you're switching from Safari to Chrome on your Mac, you might miss Safari's familiar keyboard shortcuts. Never fear! You can get those shortcuts back with a little Chrome extension called Chromac. So far, the supported shortcuts include all the Command-Number-Key shortcuts for your bookmarks toolbar (so, Command-1 opens the first toolbar bookmark, Command-2 opens the second bookmark, etc.). ...