From the monthly archives:

August 2008

Backup your Firefox extensions

FEBE (Firefox Environment Backup Extension) is a cool Firefox addon, that enables you to backup your Firefox extensions.  It will actually rebuild your extensions individually into installable .xpi files, that enables you to synchronize between office and home PC. This extension is available for Firefox 3.x. As claimed by the addon description, FEBE backs up [...]

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Google Blog Search

Google Blog Search is yet another Google Labs product.  This enables you to search for keywords, across the blogging community. Once a search is performed, results are returned in a new page.  You can filter the search results based on the time of the post – for instance, you can view only those posts, that [...]

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Digg Toolbar for Firefox 3

Digg has officially released its toolbar for Firefox 3, which would highly simplify the way the users digg, comment and submit posts. This toolbar fits nicely under the firefox navigation bar, just above the Google toolbar (in case you have it). In case you are navigating to a new page, that has never been digged, [...]

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Google Mail – Web Clips

Gmail Web clips brings news bits from your favorite sources, right in to your inbox. Gmail, by default, picks up news items from popular sources. You can edit and include the feeds of your choice.  Navigate to Settings -> Web Clips to edit your settings. Also, the news is filtered based on the mail contents, [...]

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AllTop – A News mashup site

AllTop is a news mashup site that claims to bring all latest news, across topics to your desktop. Guy Kawasaki, a well known blogger and strategist, is supposed to be the brain behind this. Essentially, this is “one site fits all” – that covers a wide range of categories. For instance, there is a category [...]

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