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    Stumbleupon is a fantastic way to waste time

    I recommend:

    Adblock Plus - Block ads
    Cutemenus: Crystal SVG - Makes your menus look much nicer by adding icons to all actions (for firefox 3.0 or lower)
    Menu Icons Plus - Enhance your menus (for firefox 3.5 or higher)
    Download Statusbar - Get rid of the annoying download popup and put a miniature version of it in your statusbar
    Foxytunes - Control your media player from the statusbar
    Skipscreen - Skip annoying or unnecessary screens for download sites
    Smarterfox - Enhances firefox in various ways (like by automatically loading the 'next page' on multi page documents such as forums and search results)
    Read It Later - Prevent your bookmarks menu from becoming cluttered by marking documents to be read later
    ColorZilla - Advanced eyedropper, page zooming utility and other goodies (good for web designers and other people that work with color)
     
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    These, plus Screengrab (a bit like Print Screen, but more versatile).

    Might check out some of those others you mentioned, thanks Zero Angel.
     
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    I liked stumbleupon. Thanks for the tip.
     
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    exif viewer is also good for those photographers out there :D
     
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    Noscript is nice.
    Blocks applets and several other controls on webpages.(Flash, Java applets, those annoying hidden controls that try to install a virus, etc.) You can toggle them to always allow, temp allow, or block. Great for security purposes, and if you only visit a few sites, after a while you won't even notice it.
     
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    Google Redesigned - For those who use the Google mail/google calendar web interface
     
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    iMacros is great for any repetitive tasks
    User Agent Switcher is fun for people who check which type of browsers people use to access their websites.
    YSlow is great for working out why a page loads slowly
    StumbleUpon as others have mentionned
    Firebug is the awesome must-have for anyone developing websites
     
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