For all of you cloud computing users out there, DigitalOcean recently introduced new type of droplet – a $15 droplet with same CPU and SSD size as the $5 one but with 3GB of RAM (so 6 times more memory). This is great news, especially if you are running memory hungry applications on your droplets.
Finally, the Firefox team added one long-awaited feature – most add-ons are now compatible with the latest version by default (as long as they are compatible with Firefox 4)! This brings to an end the need for making ElasticFox work with each new Firefox version – from now on one only needs to do this
Those of you that have been using the Amazon Web Services have likely stumbled up on one great Firefox extension – ElasticFox – with which you can mange your Amazon EC2 account, launch new instances and so on. All this is great, except for the fact that the latest version of this extension is for