MashLogic for Firefox: Take Back The Web

MashLogic is launched into a private beta, with a theme of helping people — “the web today is driven by page view economics, search engine optimization goals, commercial interests have hijacked the vision of a globally inter-connected web, which leads publishers hyperlinking their content only to ads and in-site pages.” But now it's time to “take back the web” to […]

MashLogic is launched into a private beta, with a theme of helping people — “the web today is driven by page view economics, search engine optimization goals, commercial interests have hijacked the vision of a globally inter-connected web, which leads publishers hyperlinking their content only to ads and in-site pages.” But now it's time to “take back the web” to bend it to your will. Mash it into submission.

MashLogic is a Firefox extension (without any toolbar) that works quietly under the hood to enrich web pages with the kind of information and media you care about. It's respectful of your privacy, and super simple to use. Try it, and see what the web was meant to be. You simply change the settings to tell it what kind of information you’d like to have included on web pages. Links to Wikipedia is an easy one. But it also has company links to LinkedIn to show you people there you might know. And a currency converter. Etc. It’s like a frickin Swiss Army Knife for hyperlinks.

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Source:→ TechCrunch