The Live Search add-on for Firefox gives you auto-suggestions from Live Search right in the browser while you’re typing your query.
The Live Search add-on for Firefox is available to install at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10434. It is based on the Open Search standard.
Last year I had created a browser search box. It’s powered with Google Co-op but allows for search to be narrowed down to a specific†domain.
ReadWriteWeb has a great article on how to use Facebook and still socialize with Friends, Family and Colleagues. The key is the use of friends lists. In Facebook I now maintain a Personal list and a Professional list. The friends list not only helps with quickly enabling or disabling access to a certain group but also purely for organization needs.
In the last few weeks, there’s been a number of discussions regarding the quality of Google (466453), Yahoo (92466) and Microsoft Live (95483) search results. I figured I’d jump into this discussion with a¬†comparison¬†of the SMS search services from these providers primarily based on the service I’ve used the most. Only one survived being added to my phone address book – Google.
According to the Google Enterprise Blog, Offline access is now available in Gmail Labs. To enable this feature:
- Sign in to Gmail and click ‘Settings’.
- Click the ‘Labs’ tab and select ‘Enable’ next to ‘Offline Gmail’.
- Click ‘Save Changes.’
- In the upper righthand corner of your account, next to your username, there will be a new ‘Offline’ link. Click this link to start the offline synchronization process.