Thought I'd better tidy up my Firefox add-ons as I appear to have accumulated a number that either served a specific purpose and are now redundant (Web Developer) or simply aren't needed (FlagFox).
The list of Add-ons I'm currently using on my Linux workstation are:
- Blocksite (essential if you want to block Facebook Beacon)
- Evernote Web Clipper
- Flashblock (enable Flash objects on a per-site basis)
- Gmail Manager (to alert when I get new Gmails)
- TwitterFox (how I generally track Twitter)
- Wikipedia Lookup Extension (highlight word, right click, search in Wikipedia)
- Xmarks (Bookmark sync)
I don't use AdBlock because I'm generally not bothered by the adverts on sites I visit regularly, and I'm not enough of a Firefox hacker to want to bother with Greasemonkey. Perhaps something to manage passwords better would be good though.
Am I missing anything essential?
Delicious Bookmarks is all I need.
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