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Top 10 Google Chrome Extensions

Here is a list of my 10 favorite extensions for the Google Chrome web browser (in no particular order):

1. Clickable LinksTurns unclickable urls & email addresses into clickable ones. Click HERE to download.

2. Downloads - Access the Downloads window directly from the toolbar. Click HERE to download.

3. Firebug Lite for Google Chromeprovides the rich visual representation we are used to see in Firebug when it comes to HTML elements, DOM elements, and Box Model shading. It provides also some cool features like inspecting HTML elemements with your mouse, and live editing CSS properties. Click HERE to download.

4. InvisibleHandAutomatically get the lowest price on whatever you’re buying. Click HERE to download.

5. Session Manager - Session Manager lets you save sessions of your opened tabs and windows, and to quickly re-open them whenever you like. Click HERE to download.

6. Smooth ScrollScrolls the websites smoothly when scrolling with the mouse wheel or the keyboard. Click HERE to download.

7. StayFocusdStayFocusd increases your productivity by limiting the amount of time per day that you can spend browsing time-wasting websites. Click HERE to download.

8. Turn Off the LightsThe entire page will be fading to dark, so you can watch video as if you are in the cinema. Click HERE to download.

9. WOTWeb of Trust is a safe browsing tool, which warns you about risky sites that cheat customers, deliver malware or send spam. Click HERE to download.

10. Xmarks Bookmark and Password Sync - Backup and sync your bookmarks, passwords and open tabs across computers and browsers. Xmarks is also available for Firefox, Safari and IE. Click HERE to download.

Google I/O Very Unprofessional

As I was watching the first day of the Google I/O Keynote I noticed some issues Google had but nothing they could of prevented, for example losing WiFi and so on. But the second day from what I heard was a mess. (I haven’t watched the keynote yet becasue it isn’t on their YouTube channel). They were losing WiFi, their remotes wern’t connectig to the projectors, and their Bluetooth keyboards wern’t connecting, and the list goes on. It even got so bad they had to ask te audience to turn off their WIFI on their computers and phone to free it up for Google sake. (But can you really picture 5,000 people getting WIFI off of one router)? You would of thought Google would of had this down by now but hey didn’t. Could this be a regular thing with Google? To be honest I love Google (epically everything they do is very casual) but this is kinda ruining their reputation.