Tech Talks Presentation by William Hicks, November 28, 2007


William Hicks will show ways that we can contort the Firefox Web browser to our own will, making us more productive in our work and play.  For the non-committal we will look at basics such as tabbed browsing, and tweaking the user interface.  For everyone, we will look at extensions and plugins that make things easier.  Time permitting, we will dive into config files and roll our own search plugins.  For the extension portion, the floor will be open to anyone who wants to give a 2-5 minute "lightning-talk" on the feature

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Be More Productive with Firefox (PDF)

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About the Author:  Librarian William Hicks is the technology coordinator for the UNT Libraries' Multimedia Development Lab.


Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 12:00pm