Fragmentation

Despite my best intentions (and despite having a large backlog of things to write about), I keep forgetting to add new posts to this blog.

However, I am staying quite active on the interwebs, and thought I might share with you where you can find more up-to-date posts:

Honestly, I’m on pretty much every social news/post/aggregation/photo site that I can find, you can search for me by name, no one else has it. 😉

Lifehacker: Set Firefox 3 to Launch Gmail for mailto: Links

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Another great post from Lifehacker (of course) about how to set Gmail as your default mail handler in Firefox 3:

In today’s earlier list of five extensions you won’t need in Firefox 3, we said you won’t need any special toolbars, third-party apps, Greasemonkey scripts, or extensions to get Firefox to use webapps to open certain types of links. This means that when you click on an email address that uses the standard mailto: email protocol, Firefox 3 itself can launch Gmail instead of a desktop app. By default, the Firefox RC 1 only comes with Yahoo! Mail as a possible mailto: link handler, which leaves Gmail users out in the cold—unless you know how to set it up by hand. Here’s how to configure Firefox 3 to use Gmail as your default mailto: application handler.

Ready to set up Gmail? Roll up those sleeves.

(via Set Firefox 3 to Launch Gmail for mailto Links)