Tuesday, 3 February 2009

Ubiquity: The next best, super cool thing from Mozilla Labs

Ubiquity for Firefox from Aza Raskin on Vimeo.

....muahahhahah...This is so, so cool.....with ubiquity, numerous add-ons and many more are coming from Mozilla Labs, Firefox has simply revolutionized the way internet browsing should have been.....By comparison, Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Google Chrome and Opera look like just a bunch of outdated softwares.........muahahhahha...

I've just downloaded ubiquity this morning with other my must-have addons like

flashgot (the download extension which connects the firefox and any download manager),
foxytunes (to control any music player right from the firefox tabs, without changing windows),
downloadhelper (help grabbing any audio or video files..legally or illegally..muahahhahha..love it),
snap links (open multiple links in a page with a single click)

It's like a command line for the web browser..But don't be fooled , just yet..This is by far the simplest and easiest command line I've tried so far..I hate MS-Dos, I hate any computer language like C++, Pascal, Java, I hate the confusing and weird commands...But this one, it's so natural that I'd say that virtually, you don't have to memorize any command..So cool

The best thing is,

1. you can search on google, yahoo, wikipedia, ask.com, ebay, amazon, right from the same command line

2. Email, google maps, is just on your finger tips..You don't have to open any new web pages..

3. Highlight a phrase, or a whole sentence or perhaps an address..And do whatever you want, embed it to email, translate it into Japanese, or in fact just to wiki it.....or get the definition..It's that easy

4.It's so powerful that you can even create your own command.....do whatever you want..

ready to try ubiquity? Read the tutorial here->https://wiki.mozilla.org/Labs/Ubiquity/Ubiquity_0.1_User_Tutorial

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