Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Firefox extension WebChunks creates bookmarks to monitor any section of a web site. Based on Internet Explorer 8's WebSlices feature, the latest release of WebChunks allows you to subscribe to any area of a web page—whether the developer set it up for use with WebSlices or not. The gist, then, is that you can bookmark a dynamic section of a web page and quickly bring it up any time by clicking the WebChunks toolbar—similar to Dashboard's Web Clips tool. The newer version (0.3) of this runner-up extension in the best Firefox 3 extensions contest isn't available yet on Mozilla's servers, but the latest is available from the site below. If you like it, let's hear how you're using it in the comments.
WebChunks Puts Dynamic Information from Any Web Site in Your Toolbar
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