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Firefox, just got better, thanks to Hyperwords, a plug-in that allows you to you to interact with all the words on the web. The right click finally put to good use. In limited beta right now. Get all the news you need about Tech with the […]

Firefox, just got better, thanks to Hyperwords, a plug-in that allows you to you to interact with all the words on the web. The right click finally put to good use. In limited beta right now.

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  1. Wow…kills Safari dead.

  2. PXlated… not sure i understand the comment. you mean you are going all firefox all the time?

  3. not sure, what value this one adds. my right click already had that power. I use Firefox extension ConQuery. it gives me easy excess to all my search plugins in right click. so i right-click-search dictionary, ebay, yahoo, google, anything-i-put-there.
    does this one give anything more than that?

  4. Hi ‘Unsure’. Yes, Hyperwords adds more functionality, such as one-click emailing, translations, and so on. Please have a look at the website.

  5. TechCrunch » The Hyperwords Plugin Monday, December 26, 2005

    [...] I generally don’t write about Firefox plugins, but Hyperwords is one that’s gotten my attention. Like Om says, it’s a must-have product to aid the browsing experience. And I see a business model here, too. [...]

  6. Hyperwords, privacy and our nonchalance

    The blogosphere is sure going gaa-gaa over the new Hyperwords Firefox plugin, which is in limited private beta. Being a sucker for these elite-sounding limited beta tests, I too asked to be let in and surprise, I got an email with the plugin.
    However, …

  7. Pay Attention To Me! » SCOOP: Email Conversation with Hyperwords CEO on Future Direction Wednesday, December 28, 2005

    [...] I scooped Techcrunch by checking out Hyperwords 6 days previous to this post made on the 28th: “I generally don’t write about Firefox plugins, but Hyperwords is one that’s gotten my attention. Like Om says, it’s a must-have product to aid the browsing experience. And I see a business model here, too. … Options include searching various engines, looking up text in wikipedia and dictionary.com, emailing text, searching on Google Maps, translation, and searching on Amazon and other commerce sites. The search and commerce traffic will generate revenue (my guess is a dollar or so per year per active user). The translation service is incredibly useful.” [...]

  8. Firefox Extension – Hyperwords | Kabatology ~ Open Source, Linux Friday, January 9, 2009

    [...] “Firefox, just got better, thanks to Hyperwords, a plug-in that allows you to you to interact with all the words on the web. The right click finally put to good use.” [via] Gigaom [...]

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