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We all have webapps and services that we love, but that doesn't make them perfect. If you want to do more with Gmail, remove annoying parts of Facebook, connect two webapps you love, automate tedious actions, and more, you can do all this with a few clever scripts, extensions, and services. Here are our 10 favorites. 10. Fix Your Biggest YouTube Annoyances YouTube is a great place to find tons of video content, but it's far from perfect.
Most of us have a pretty solid daily routine , and that often involves visiting the same sites once a day—like your favorite newspaper, your email, and Facebook. Here are two extensions that will open all of your daily links with the click of one button. Daily Links for Chrome Daily Links lets you create a custom list of web sites—either from your bookmarks or by manually entering URLs—and opening those sites all at once on any given day. You can select which days you want each web site to appear, and choose what order the open in. For example, I have Lifehacker set to open every day, but the webcomic XKCD to only open on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, since that's when it updates with new comics.
In the section below I'll walk through how to create a task from start to finish; then I'll highlight some of my favorite pre-made ifttt recipes that you can start using in a couple of clicks, no setup required.
We all discover new web apps each year but not every one of them gets the recognition it deserves. With 2011 drawing to a close, we wanted to highlight the 10 we felt deserved a bit more hype.
Sneaking in an episode of 30 Rock on Hulu in the middle of the day at work is great, but when your boss walks in and you have to quickly close the browser window you end up losing your place in the video. Pause for Later is webapp that stores the exact location of the video so you can resume watching it later. Pause for Later supports video on YouTube, Hulu, and Vimeo. Once you download the Chrome extension you can click the pause button in the toolbar and the video's location is stored on the webapp. When you want to watch the video, head over to Pause for Later and you can resume playing the video right where you left off. Pause for Later | via Addictive Tips
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