All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘bookmarklets’

Netflix ‘God Mode’ Solves a Truly Frustrating First World Problem

Netflix is a great thing, I think we all can agree on that. But browsing Netflix’s vast channels of movies and TV shows is a giant timesuck. Thus, anything (anything) that makes the process easier and more enjoyable should be lauded. Do you check out what’s on Netflix on your computer? Of course you do, sometimes. You know how the …

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Focus On The User: Facebook, Twitter & Myspace’s Version Of Google

Facebook Director of Product Blake Ross has created a bookmarklet that people can add to their web browsers to take the “Search Plus Your World” out of their Google search results. Granted, Google has its own toggle to turn the feature on and off from the search results page, but this goes further. First, here’s a video about it: On …

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You No Longer Need the Google Toolbar to Use Sidewiki

Last month, Google introduced Sidewiki, a feature of the Google Toolbar that allows users to comment on any page on the web. The comments could only be viewed by others who have the toolbar and the feature installed. That was until now.

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LinkedIn Eases Content Sharing

LinkedIn has had a bookmarklet available for Firefox for some time, but now it is available for both Internet Explorer and Firefox. Previously, the bookmarklet did not allow users to share news with user created groups.

With this new release, users can share news with their LinkedIn Connections, Company Groups, or user Created Groups from anywhere on the web.

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