It’s easy to install too many extensions in Chrome. Wouldn’t be better if you could customize active extensions according to the site being visited? For example, you could activate the Gmail related extensions only when you’re actually on Gmail, the video-related extensions when you are on →
No we’re not talking about medicine for pain, here. Morphine is a web blocker that gives you more options to view blocked pages. It works as a Chrome extension, and while it works in some of the same ways as a standard web blocker, it has →
We just updated our previous post on this subject, so that it now has better screenshots and specific instructions for each version of PowerPoint (2003, 2007 and 2010), as embedding in PowerPoint 2010 is much easier than earlier versions. Check it out here.
Yahoo! Axis is a new and slightly different way to search for anything you want on the Internet. It has features like instant results and image previews of those results, as well as a multitude of methods to access it. It is designed to “combine searching →
Hover Zoom is a free Chrome extension that displays the full, large image from a thumbnail on almost any web site just by hovering over it (see screenshot). It can be configured so that the image viewing behavior is always present on mouse-over, or activated via →
Panda3D is a free, open-sourced animation solution that can be used to create games, animated films or shorts and other things to bring your imagination to life. It has been used by famous game companies as well as even some tech savvy high school students, and →