When you start your day each morning, you may have a set of sites you visit — your online email and calendar, a couple news sites, maybe a blog or two, your Facebook or MySpace page. Make it easy on yourself by installing the dead-simple Morning Coffee Firefox add-on. It allows you to open a bunch of sites at once with the click of a button. That way, even if you haven’t yet had your strong cup of java, you won’t forget to check the sites you need to.
Once you download and install the extension, you can add sites one at a time or as a set and specify which days they should be opened. You can even choose different sets of sites for Monday/Wednesday/Friday, Tuesday/Thursday, weekdays, and weekends, so you can keep tabs on sites that update less frequently or skip over workday sites on Saturdays and Sundays.
Then, when you start your browser in the morning, just click on the coffee cup button and the pages for that day will be loaded into tabs. If you don’t already subscribe to Web Worker Daily by RSS, maybe you’ll want to include it in your weekday sites so you can be sure to catch our new WWD Coffee Break links roundup.