Highlight web with Marker.to

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» Highlight web with Marker.to – best marker, highlighter, annotator!

“Marker.to is a simple annotation tool. Have you ever used a marker pen for highlighting your paper documents?

Marker.to will do the same for webpages! After you install a browser extension or bookmarklet and run Marker simply by clicking on the icon, you can highlight text on a website with your mouse.
Annotating helps to point out important information in long articles. Our annotator creates a special link for the highlighted version of the page (like http://marker.to/XYZ123). You can share it through Twitter, Facebook, e-mail, IM etc. Or just bookmark it with your favorite bookmarking tool, i.e. Delicious.
You can view highlighted page with any browser! No bookmarklet or browser extension is necessary for viewing.”

Safari op de Mac kan zich vermommen

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» YourDailyMac | How to change the user agent of the Safari web browser

“With the use of the developer options in Safari, it is possible to change the user agent of the web browser. The Safari browser is capable of identifying itself as another browser. A handy feature if you want to test browser dependent options on a website”

Als de ‘User agent’ van Safari op de Mac veranderd wordt in “Safari iOS 4.3.3” kunnen mobile sites bezocht worden. De post op YourDailyMac legt uit HOE dat gaat.

Raven for Mac – The Smart Browser

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 » Raven for Mac – The Smart Browser

“Raven uses a technique called “site specific browsing” to create a dedicated browser instance for certain websites and their features. It debuts with the most widely used websites including Google+, Facebook, Twitter and Quora. Within each app Raven provides yet another instance for key features. This provides a whole new level of multitasking within a single window. The Smart Bar unifies navigation across many different websites allowing access to features quickly, without effort and with little instruction.”

N.B. Mac only dus.