Last week it was my turn to publish a post at the Project Play blog, and the topic seems like too good of an idea not to share with a wider audience of staff who might not regularly read the postings there. So for this month's Internet topic, I'd like to simply point you there to read all about how to add new search engines to your Firefox. Here it is: "Customize Firefox to Search Si
I know that ALL of you have installed & use Firefox as a web browser on your computer -- certainly if not before, then after Pete sent out his email message last week regarding malware and viruses that infect computers through security holes in Internet Explorer.
This morning when I connected to Meebo to log in to my MeeboMe widget, I noticed it ended up disconnecting after a bit. When re-trying, my browser complained that the Meebo page itself couldn't be found.
Just in time for the holidays -- a way to put all your wish list items in one place.
If you've set up an Amazon wish list for your library, or you want to do this for your personal wish list, put the Amazon Universal Wish List Button on your web browser to add to your Amazon Wish List items from any web site.
If you use the Firefox web browser, you can enhance it by installing the free Adblock Plus add-on. After you install this add-on, you can have it block all those annoying advertising images and banner ads you see on web sites.