Ubiquity – Firefox Made Even More Awesome

2008 August 26
by CajoleJuice

I have no idea what I’m even doing yet, but the potential for this tool is positively IMMENSE. Even if SUPER-ALPHA PHASE, Ubiquity has a bunch of cool things to do. Most of them are tied with various Google apps. Man, Microsoft is just getting railed on the internet. IE being overtaken by Firefox, and Google creating countless browser-based applications. No wonder Steve Ballmer once said he was “going to fucking kill Google.” Anyhow, Ubiquity is a tool that attempts to bring the entire internet together.

Just go here to find out about — and then install — the future of the internet.

I’m not even sure what I can do to explain it better than Mozilla has, so just watch the video on there. I’m also really not sure HOW I’m going to implement this add-on yet, since I haven’t even had time to mess around and experiment with it yet. It’s definitely useful for people that utilize email a bunch, but I’m not one of those people. I’m sure by the end of the week, a bunch of awesome user-created scripts will be popping up across the internet. I’m trying to think of stuff, but nothing’s coming — and that’s why i don’t work at Google or Mozilla.

One thing I DO know: This would be totally fucking awesome OS-wide, not just limited to Firefox. I bet Microsoft is ready to steal the idea already.

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