It seems like a lot of web pages are disappearing from the internet these days. If you feel like taking on archiving duties for yourself, there are a variety of tools for doing so.
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Chrome: Automator is one of the easiest ways to automate tasks on your Mac, and the ability to record mouse actions makes it so just about anyone can create their own workflows within seconds. Wildfire is a Chrome extension that attempts to bring a similar feature to Chrome.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
Chrome: If you've ever read an article and then went through your history later to find it again, or wanted to clear specific portions of your history, Enhanced History can help. It's a fork of and improvement on the much-loved Better History (just without the malware that landed in it and other Chrome extensions a while back.)
Chrome: A ton of photography apps, like Google Photos and Apple Photos, try to automatically make sense of objects in your photos and add automated tags, and it turns out Facebook does that too, even though you'd never know it. Show Facebook Computer Vision Tags is a Chrome extension that reveals all those tags.
Chrome: Facebook has a very real fake news problem. To help combat this, BS Detector will show a little red warning when you're about to click a link that comes from a questionable, "satirical" or fake news source.
Chrome: The best part of Twitter -- or one of the few remaining good parts anyway -- is that you can share short messages from nearly anywhere. Chromnitweet is an extension that adds your browser's URL bar to that list.
Chrome: There are many time-tracking applications out there, but TimeYourWeb might be one of the simplest we've ever seen. It's a free Chrome extension with no login required, and it comes with some of the handiest charts around.
Chrome: There are a ton of apps to block distractions online, but most of them only do that one thing. The Chrome extension Focus goes one step beyond, giving you a to-do list and a schedule to get things done as well.
Chrome: Not content with letting Pocket have the spotlight, Google has introduced a new extension called Save to Google that allows you to save articles to read later.