Tuesday, January 17, 2012 9:59:37 PM
I have often wonder which books to read. Here is a list of the books I like so far (starting with the latest I've read):
Thursday, August 11, 2011 12:11:48 AM
I have been using Internet Explorer 9 for quite some time and one of the feature of Internet Explorer I like is the accelerators. Accelerators is not a plugin and you can add as many (or as little) as you like. Here I will list my top 5 plugins.
1. Define with Google Dictionary
This accelerator allows you to select on any term you want and then right click the term to have it defined by Google Dictionary.
2. Define with Merriam Webster
Define with Merriam Webster is similiar to the define with Google Dicitionary, but it is using the Merriam Webster dictionary instead.
3. Open URL in New Tab
Another great accelerator is "Open URL in New Tab." Ever encounter a RAW unlinked URL in a blog post or forum post? You would have to copy and paste the URL into the address bar and then surf to the page. This accelerator let you skip the copy and paste step and enables you to go straight to the page in one click. Just select the link and hit "Open URL in New Tab."
4. Search YouTube
This plugin allows you to directly search YouTube by selecting the keyword you want to search and then clicking on "Search YouTube
5. Translate with Bing
Translate with Bing allows you to translate any foreign sentences by simply highlighting it and hovering over this accelerator. The translated tab will appear in a small square next to the accelerator. In the page I linked you have two "translate with" accelerators. Translate with Google won't display the translated text without switching the page while the Translate with Bing does.