The Firefox Search bar comes pre-loaded with Google, Yahoo, Amazon, eBay, Answers.com, and Creative Commons search. Wherever you are on the Web, you can enter a search term in the Search bar and receive immediate answers from the search engine you’ve chosen. You can select a new search engine from the Search bar menu at any time.
So, I did a few Google searches and found that WOW Insider had a post about adding World Of Warcraft sites to Firefox's Search Bar.
This sounds like a great idea, but these plugins are all over the place. Some websites have them hidden in a dark little corner, and others don't provide them.
I've decided to make one post for all the plugins I've found useful. I've added a list of sites that provide search bar plugins, and a link to add them to your Firefox Search bar.
Wii Media Center X is a free multimedia server developed by Red Kawa. It allows you to stream certain types of pictures, music, videos and files from your computer (where the server running) to your Nintendo Wii. It runs on most major operating systems including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
From the looks of it, it's written in Java, and Uses Jetty and a few flash applications. Pretty slick little server.
Wii Media Center X is currently in the Alpha stage, so expect a few bugs.
Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition is the popular Mozilla Firefox web browser bundled with a PortableApps Launcher as a portable app, so you can take your bookmarks, extensions and saved passwords with you.
PortableApps is an environment that allows for applications to run off of portable devices.
There is a fairly significant list of programs that work in the PortableApps environment.
Just a few from that list include...
VLC Media Player
PortableApps also has a suite of portable apps including a web browser, email client, office suite, calendar/scheduler, instant messaging client, antivirus, sudoku game, backup utility and integrated menu, all preconfigured to work on portable devices.
I've been waiting to see Internet household items, like this radio, to appear.
Freecom MusicPal is a wireless digital Internet radio and MP3 player.
Features: • Wireless digital internet radio and MP3 player • Plays internet radio without the use of a computer • Streams MP3 music from your computer or network • Installs in seconds, easy to set up • Supports over 5,000 radio stations • Supports MP3 and WAV • Alarm clock functionality • Live RSS feeds / Blog feeds in display • Built-in speaker and WLAN antenna • Stereo audio out to connect to HiFi/Amplifier set • Line out to connect to headphones or active speakers
One of the features not listed, is it runs on a Linux 2.6 kernel.
It runs 129.00 EU (about 187$ CAD). Preorders are available now, it ships in August.