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Wednesday, September 01, 2004

 
Interesting and short article entitledWindowsDevCenter.com: Internet Explorer Toolbar Wars which briefly provides the pros and cons of the offerings of Google, Yahoo, MSN and Dogpile. Google comes out the winner.
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The article does a great job comparing IE toolbars, what about Firefox?

We just launched a Firefox toolbar. Actually, we just launched five of them, one for Bloglines, Blogger, TypePad, LiveJournal, and Technorati
http://www.firefoxtoolbar.com

You can add/delete any search engine you like (it comes preloaded with all of the Google
engines, GMail, Yahoo, MSN, Yahoo Finance, Ebay, Amazon, Technorati, Bloglines, and dictionary.com

The blogging components allow you to “BlogThis” (blogger, typepad, and livejournal–LJ is really a quick post book mark) or “easysubscribe"(for bloglines)
There are also direct links to the key areas of your blog or bloglines.
 
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