Tag Archives: firefox

Five Chrome Extensions That Will Make you Uninstall Firefox

Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by .


So out of all the topics I generally write about, rarely will I discuss Web browsers. However, this week, the way I access the Web, both on my home PC, and on my work Mac, has completely changed for the better. The way I had my desktop set up until this week was that Chrome was my default browser on my PC and Safari was on my Mac. In both cases, I had Firefox installed and ready to launch whether it was on my quick launch bar or in my Mac’s dock. On my PC, I also had Internet Explorer at hand’s reach, just in case I come across one of those few leftover web pages that are displayed correctly in IE only. This week, all that changes.

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Firefox vs. Chrome; Innovation vs. Simplicity

Posted on 25. Jan, 2009 by .


 My time on the Web is usually mostly dedicated to reading about the newest technological advancements in the mobile market. Lately, however, whether it is because not much is going on in that industry, or because most of the people I follow on Twitter are not as interested in mobile as I am,  I have […]

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Ubiquity – Understanding Language

Posted on 29. Aug, 2008 by .


 When you’re on a website and you want to email the URL to a friend, why does it take so many steps? You need to copy the address, open Gmail, paste the address, add the name, and send. Alternatively, if I want to add a meeting to my calendar, I have to open Google Calendar, […]

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