Chrome: Most of you use RSS regularly, but also note it's pretty annoying to stumble on an RSS feed that truncates the article for the sole purpose of getting you to click the link and leave your RSS reader. We feel your pain, and Google Reader Inline is a Chrome Extension that lets you read the full article without leaving Google Reader to do it. More »
Articles on the web can get a little long sometimes, and it can be difficult to skim them and find the parts that are most relevant to you. That's where Scrollbar of Contents comes in. It's a free add-on for Chrome that adds clickable buttons next to your scrollbar so you can jump right to different sections of the article you're reading. More »
Chrome: You can use "Just Don't Look" as a strategy for avoiding less-than-helpful web comments, but your eyes will often defeat you. No Comments elegantly removes the comments section from many sites, but lets you turn the worthy comments back on.
On the basis of its chosen blacklist alone, No Comments is noteworthy—it includes a good number of sites where comments can, in one way or another, run out of control. Full disclosure, of course—Lifehacker, and all the other Gawker Media blogs, are included in that list. If our interactive portion is able to win you back over, though, you can turn the comments back on by hitting the toggle button that appears in your address bar whenever No Comments is doing its thing.
No Comments is a free download, works wherever Chrome does.