Today, I will introduce you 5 useful plugins for Firefox. They help to make things simple!

First one: The Resurrect Pages

This plugin can help you to visit unavailable website with its cache from google and other snap cache website. You just need to install it in your Firefox, and click with a button. It is very easy to use and powerful.

Second, the “smart link” which will open plain text URLs.

You may confuse that what the hell is this? For example, you want open a website, however due to some boardband  reason, it is slow… and hard to be open. In this situation, you can use the smart link to open this page, it will remove all the picture, css and js codes, in order to make it open faster.

Third, the Copy Link URL.

This one will help you to copy all the links on a page. That will save you lots of time when you need to collect links data!

Fourth, A famous Seo extension “SEOQuake”.

This is a super tool for seo, you can check the webpage’s ranking, backlinks, traffic and many many more stuffs. Also, it will show these seo datas in EACH of the google search result!

Finally, the pass words saver

This plugin will remember all your pass words, and lock them with one pass word. So next time you need to login a website, you don’t need to put in your pass words and account each time. It is really helping.

Jorge Romero, a man from Chicago, downloaded the first four episodes of 24 Season 6 because they had leaked onto the internet before they aired. However, once he had them he didn’t just watch them – he decided to re-distribute them an another site, LiveDigital.com. He uploaded the first two on January 6th, and the next two the following day.

Now, the FBI is charging him “in the criminal complaint with uploading copyrighted material to a publicly accessible computer network knowing the work was intended for commercial distribution.” The episodes he had uploaded were discovered by News Corp. (which owns FOX) on January 8th, only one day after he had finished uploading them all, and they eventually sent a subpoena to LiveDigital.com to find out who he was. On April 4th he admitted that he had uploaded the episodes, and now he could face up to three years in a federal prison.

Twentieth Century Fox TV sent a statement to the FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office thanking them for putting piracy above more important issues:

“We hope it will serve as a powerful warning that uploading copyrighted TV shows and movies to the Internet can be a crime with significant penalties and will be prosecuted as such. Video-hosting sites such as LiveDigital.com and YouTube are not copyright-free zones, and individuals like Jorge Romero who post episodes of television shows, particularly before they are even broadcast for the first time, will face harsh civil and criminal sanctions.”

3 Responses to “FBI charges man for uploading leaked episodes of 24”

Arsh Says:
June 3rd, 2007 at 11:54 pm

That sucks so much… FOX is so full of crap… jailing a guy for three years, just because he uploaded a couple of episodes? It’s not like people still wouldn’t watch it on the tv. Jesus.
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June 4th, 2007 at 8:35 am

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johnny Says:
June 4th, 2007 at 2:51 pm

Twentieth Century Fox TV sent a statement to the FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office thanking them for putting piracy above more important issues:

More important issues, like real laws.

You might have heard of a Transformers movie coming out soon. You might have even bought related merchandise. Heck, you might be camping outside your nearest theatre as you read this. Apparently, Transformer action figure sales are probably reaching an all-time high, and the latest range from Hasbro crosses coolness with innovation.

This range of Hasbro’s Transformers, titled “Real Gear Transformers” actually become hand-held consoles, binoculars, or as the above example shows, a camera. Read on to find a series of more pics of the awesomeness.

BoosterBinos.GameboyRear ViewSpeed Dial!

[Via Engadget]
7 Responses to “New range of Transformers transform into working gadgets!”

Dan “Husky Hog” Lingen Says:
June 2nd, 2007 at 9:43 am

Holy shit that cell phone’s totally bawlin!

and binoculars?! I use those ever day!
zizzy Says:
June 2nd, 2007 at 11:03 am

Those look pretty cool…but they also look like they would break after a day or two.
Dexter345 Says:
June 2nd, 2007 at 11:46 am

Does that phone seriously work? Because I want one.
Dexter345 Says:
June 2nd, 2007 at 11:50 am

Engadget and Crave say that they’re just based on real life items, but it doesn’t say anywhere that they’re actually working electronics.
zizzy Says:
June 2nd, 2007 at 9:20 pm

They need some that actually work, otherwise it’s a bit pointless.

If they work though it would be awesome.
Mxyzptlk Says:
June 3rd, 2007 at 2:26 am

Everything is better when it can transform into a robot.
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June 4th, 2007 at 12:31 pm

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