Now Google has gone out and done it! I’m not even sure when Google extensions came out but I just discovered them about 2 days ago and they have already made me a more productive blogger. What is an extension?…

  • I have installed a Google Wave extension, a twitter extension, a face-book extension, a Gmail extension and a ie-based tab extension that allows me to open up Internet explorer in a separate tab. I can monitor my Gmail, twitter & face-book accounts and collaborate on Google wave all at a quick glance without opening up any additional tabs. I technically only need one tab open on the Chrome browser while I’m working.

Just a quick note: There are a few dozen extensions for Facebook. I tried a few and I prefer “Facebook to go w/instant Notifications”. You will never have to open up a Facebook page ever again. Maybe, just maybe, I will use Facebook a little more often since it is just a click away in my browser. It’s a very handy extension.

Not sure what I am talking about? Then you haven’t been following me. I only use the Google Chrome browser. It is the only browser I need. If you would like a truly amazing web browsing experience then you have to get out of the dark ages and get your copy of Google Chrome. Mac users can now keep up too! They always seem to be behind. ;)


  1. Christer January 31, 2010 at 9:54 PM

    My company has been waiting for Google’s web browser’s addons for forever … Up to now I’ve tested 5 of them and have been impressed with the plugins. Firefox 3 has recently slowed with use and changes are needed.

  2. Christer January 31, 2010 at 9:53 PM

    We have been awaiting Chrome’s widgets for forever … Up to now I have worked with 8 extensions and am plesantly surprised with it. Firefox 3 has begun to been buggy and the plugins are welcomed.

  3. christian January 31, 2010 at 6:38 PM

    My company has been awaiting Google Chrome’s addons for quite a while – Up to now I have played with 7 extensions and have been impressed with the plugins. FF has begun to been buggy and the extensions are welcomed.

  4. Matt D December 26, 2009 at 1:12 PM

    This is perfect for someone running a business from a netbook. I have the extension for Google docs. Makes building and maintaining databases easy from anywhere.

  5. ssman December 26, 2009 at 1:10 PM

    Thanks! you got me addicted to Chrome extensions. I no longer have a address bar.

  6. Fiesta December 22, 2009 at 1:11 PM

    Another great tip that keeps me ahead of the game at my job!