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Firefox Useful New Tab Page Now in the Public Index at the Mozilla AMO

Firefox Useful New Tab Page addon is out of experimental hosting at Mozilla now and is available here; https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/useful-new-tab-page/

I also placed the source code for it on Github here: … 20 more words


Block Internet Ads with Browser Extensions

The web is loaded with notices and advertisements. From pop-ups to standards to diverts, there are promotions all over the place you turn. Sometimes they are helping but sometimes annoying too.  37 more words


Geek Squeaks (#2015-19) – View And Control Your Android Device From Your Computer — and MORE FREE STUFF

View And Control Your Android Device From Your ComputerVysor is a Google Chrome extension that is currently in beta (testing) that allows you to mirror (and control) your Android device (smartphone or tablet) from your Windows based computer. 494 more words


Self-Destructing Email - will you trust it?

You can revoke access to any message sent with Dmail at any time, even after it’s been read.

Sounds interesting. So how to start?

Step I:  

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The 15 Best Browser Extensions to Improve Your Social Media Marketing

This post originally published on September 22, 2014. We’ve updated it here with new extensions, images, and a Product Hunt collection. There are a few actions I perform over and over again as I work through my social media marketing plan. 8 more words

How to setup Hypothesis locally for development on Arch Linux

What is Hypothesis

Hypothesis is a web annotator. It allows users to create notes on any web page and PDF. As it says on the project… 511 more words

Open Source

Google today launched a new extension for Chrome that’s intended to directly help the company improve its browser. It’s called Chrome User Experience Surveys, and the gist is that users with the extension installed will occasionally get a pop up survey in their browser window when something unusual or unintended occurs in their browsing experience; these surveys should typically take less than 2 minutes to complete and are capped at appearing a maximum of four times per week. 163 more words