Use HabitLab To Effectively Manage Time During Online Browsing

HabitLab is an is an open-source project from Stanford Labs which in the form of add-on for Google Chrome actually makes interventions when you spend too much time on sites like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and so on. What makes this add-on interesting is how it keeps track of time and how it modifies your interaction with these sites. It does this with the help of nudges (more on this later)....

Replace New Tab Page In Google Chrome With A Personalized ToDo Dashboard

The new tab page in Google Chrome can be replaced with a personal dashboard that consists of a ToDo list, an inspirational message and local time/weather details if needed. This is through the Momentum extension for Chrome. Simply install it from here. After installed, click on the new tab. The extension will display a sign-up page for creating an account. Once that is done, the blank new tab page...

Change The Look And Feel Of Wikipedia Articles When Using Google Chrome

Wiki by eAnswers is a Google Chrome add-on that formats the way Wikipedia articles are displayed. When this add-on is installed, all the Wikipedia web links are redirected to Wiki eAnswers where the articles are displayed in a crisp and neat format. Changes include sub topics for easier navigation, very legible fonts, larger photographs that are easy to see, preview of related articles and translation...