SENDtoREADER is a new webapp that instantly sends any web pages you're viewing to your Amazon Kindle ereader for future reference.
CueThat is a slick little browser add-on that lets you add any movie you happen upon while browsing the Web to your Netflix queue. Just highlight a title, right click and choose CueThat from your context menu, and voila: it's added to your list. It even works with movies that are still only screening in theaters.
CueThat is offered as an extension for both Firefox and Chrome, though the bookmarklet works just as well and is usable in any Web browser. It's well worth adding to your bookmark toolbar if you're a Netflix user who hunts for movie reviews or recommendations while browsing the Web.
Just install SpellBook and use Chrome's bookmark manager to drop your bookmarklets into the folder the extension creates. Now when you want to fire up you favorite marklet, you can simply click your right mouse button, hover over SpellBook, and then click the one you want to execute. The extension also adds two-click access to the Chrome bookmark manager.
Looking for some handy bookmarklets to install, too? Check out our list of favorites -- and remember, they'll work in practically any Web browser!
Lo and behold, there's Like-o-matic! It's not quite as seamless as Facebook Likes, but the bookmarklet works in just about every browser and it'll sync with the rest of your bookmarks if you're using Chrome sync, Opera Link, or Mozilla Weave.
Once you've dropped the marklet on your bookmarks toolbar, just click it on any page and a like button appears in the upper-left corner. You'll also see how many other people have liked the page.
One gripe: the charcoal gray text is a bit hard to read on sites with dark headers. You can still see the like button, of course, and a quick click-and-drag to highlight will let you see the count easily enough if you're curious.
Facebook users who want to let your friends know what you think is cool on the 'Net, go grab Like-o-Matic from the developer's page!
[via Tech Raga]