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Chrome extensions site now open for uploads

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| Google has opened up its gallery for
| developers to share Chrome extensions, a step
| that soon should make it easier for people to
| customize the open-source browser.
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http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10404315-2.html

Feedly – Your favourite feeds now on Chrome

http://thenextweb.com/appetite/2009/11/25/feedly-favourite-feeds-chrome/

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Chromium: It really shines

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| Have you tried it yet? I'm running the
| Chromium "Daily Builds" on Kubuntu 9.10.
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| skeptical about Chromium. It looked
| unfamiliar, it seemed to lack features.
| Then, about a week ago, I gave it another
| try. And boy, has it improved!
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http://amarok.kde.org/blog/archives/1111-Chromium-It-really-shines.html
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Reply Roy 11/26/2009 12:13:15 AM

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Roy Schestowitz wrote:

> Chrome extensions site now open for uploads

This is good news. I like Chrome but Firefox extensions have spoiled me.

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> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> Chrome extensions site now open for uploads
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> This is good news. I like Chrome but Firefox extensions have spoiled me.

Arora should also be good. I mostly use ThunderBrowse.

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