Foxtab is a favorite

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I adore Firefox. I do not love it when it crashes…when I have 20 gazillion tabs open, but that’s definitely a special error. Code# ID-10T. But enough of the lame geek humor (and if you’re completely confused… ID-10T = idiot; user error)

*cricket*ifyouhavetoexplainititsnotfunny*cricket*

The Add-Ons make my blogging/writing life so much easier. Some of my favorite are:

  • easyComment – no more filling out comment info fields over and over.
  • WiseStamp – great use of social bookmarking and email signatures.
  • Colorzilla – gives you the HEX# for any color on your monitor.

But the one I use the most is Foxtab. I know that a lot of people use it in place of their bookmarks, but for me I use it as my Must-Research-Further/Want-to-Dig-in-More placeholder.

For example, the other day I was researching some blogs regarding B2B practices. I found a few so I added them to my Top Sites (Foxtab) to come back later and really dig into what they were saying. I bookmark the ones that I come back to more often.

Mozilla is always adding more Addons…be sure to check them out from time to time. A little time in research can make your life a WHOLE lot easier in the long run. Works for Me Wednesday

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  • I use Flock, which is basically Firefox but focused more on social networks. Flock uses Firefox add-ons, so I’m gonna have to check these out. I WISH, WISH, WISH there were a way to bookmark/snapshot/or create a button that automatically opens the 10-15 tabs that I ALWAYS have open and freak out when something malfunctions and my browser shuts down and I lose them.

  • i have never heard of some of these options and think this will be really helpful. i will play around with them when i get a chance. thanks jenny. i am always looking for tools to make blogging/writing more efficient and time saving.
    smiles,
    gina

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