Briks is on hiatus now, doing other cool things to keep the Internet a free, and open resource for everyone. If you are looking for browser customisations, I recommend anyone else on this list []. — Brian King


These add-ons, scripts, or bits of code have been developed by Briks as experiments and we want to share them with the world. Feel free to run with them.

For a longer list of Briks projects, see our collection on Mozilla Add-ons.

Seismic Shaker
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Seismic Shaker rattles your browser window whenever a strong earthquake occurs near you. This add-on hourly checks the U.S. Geological Survey's feed of recent M 2.5+ earthquakes and shakes your active browser window should an earthquake happen anywhere within 500km of your current location. Also included are a simulation feature and a link to earthquake tips. Get the code at github

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Xultris is a variant of the computer game classic Tetris. Briks ported the add-on to Firefox Mobile and added improvements such as 2-player mode. Interested in more retro-games or Mobile addons? Read more or get the code at github.

Flickr Find
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Did you ever need that perfect image for a presentation you were doing? Flickr Find makes it easy. Creative Commons images are returned by default, but you can make an easy change to search all images.

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Fotofox is an extension for uploading pictures to photo service sites. Many such tools exist for photo sites, but Fotofox aims to go futher by supporting multiple services and providing functionality cross-platform on Windows, Mac and Linux. Mozilla Firefox is the ideal choice for supporting this.

View Source Choice
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A Mozilla Firefox extension to give you a choice to view the page source in a variety of contexts. Current options include current window, new tab, new window, view source window (the Firefox default), and sidebar.

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A paper-saving software program capable of revolutionizing the way that documents are printed. This extension was comissioned by the Foundation for Environmental Research (FER).

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