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Imagine you’re at looking at a site you don’t want your boss to see. Don’t panic, you’ve installed Panic. It puts an unobtrusive icon in your status bar you can tap to make any naughty tabs in your frontmost window disappear, replaced by the inoffensive page of your choice. The default page is a Google search for “increasing workplace productivity”...nice.
Like to buy things at Amazon, Newegg, or Overstock.com? Yeah, us, too--that’s why we installed Camelizer. It adds a button to items on those sites (and others) that delivers price histories courtesy of the camelcamelcamel service.Sign up for e-mail or Twitter updates when an item’s price drop to a figure you set, and you’ve got no excuse for paying too much for that USB-powered backscratcher Uncle Frank has been hinting about for his birthday.
Hey, that price isn’t much higher than it was on Black Friday!
Glue is all about you--or more specifically, the things you’re interested in. Just install, sign up, and start letting Glue get to know you by rating movies, books, gadgets, and more with a simple thumbs up or thumbs down. Then visit the sites you already use (like Amazon, Wikipedia, Apple, and many, many more), and Glue reminds you of what you like and suggests new stuff you might like to like. Glue’s the good friend you always take shopping, if your friend was a pop-up banner at the bottom of your Firefox page.
The more you let Glue know about you, the more accurate it is.
Attention, Kmart.com shoppers--and shoppers at Amazon, Macy’s, B&H, and many more online stores. The PriceTrace Toolbar add-on puts a PriceTrace.com search bar on your pages for instant comparison shopping on supported sites. You can compare past and current prices and subscribe to price drop alerts with a click, but the coolest feature is quick access to searches for fillers--items you buy to qualify for special offers--based on price range and other criteria.
Shopping? Put PriceTrace on the case.