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  • Cryptic Shortened URLs Can't Hide From Firefox Add-On

    Posted May 11, 2010 - 9:53 pm

    The Web is full of short URLs such as bit.ly/cwd2hp. The products of URL-shortening services--bit.ly, Tiny URL, and others--these cryptic URLs appear on social networking sites such as Twitter--and increasingly in other places on the Web as well. Those shortened links are useful for people posting them, but they pose a problem for the people who might want to follow them. Before you click, you have no idea where they lead.
  • 19 Freebies for Smart Web Browsing, Social Networking

    Posted March 1, 2010 - 2:10 pm

    Make more use of your browser with MyBrainshark, MailBrowser, and more.
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    NotAwesome Firefox Add-On Hides History

    Posted October 4, 2009 - 8:57 pm

    NotAwesome is a simple, free Firefox add-on that allows you to selectively hide bookmarks from the incriminating gaze of the AwesomeBar.
  • Collaborate on Web Site Designs and Code With Notable

    Posted September 25, 2009 - 1:52 pm

    Anyone involved in the design and coding of Web pages will want to give the Firefox add-on Notable (various prices; lowest is free) a try. It solves one of the thorniest problems in the entire design-and-launch process--how to get feedback from testers and reviewers of the Web pages. Notable lets you capture and annotate Web pages and the underlying code, then post those pages and notes to the Web, where others can see the markup and respond to it.
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    Bookmarks Archiver

    Posted September 10, 2009 - 9:13 am

    It's likely that you have dozens--perhaps hundreds--of Firefox bookmarks in your Bookmarks menu, making it difficult to find useful sites among ones that you don't need anymore. Bookmarks Archiver, a tiny and free add-on for Firefox, attempts to solve this problem by allowing you to archive or delete bookmarks that you haven't visited in 90 days or more.
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