Firefox Campus Edition

Firefox Campus Edition combines the Firefox web browser with special extras that give you streamlined access to music, cool sites and useful research tools. It's a way to get the most out of the web that's been created just for students. And it's free!

What extras are included?

- FoxyTunes lets you control almost any media player and find lyrics, covers, videos, bios and much more with a click right from your browser.
- StumbleUpon lets you channel surf the Internet to find great websites, videos, photos and more based on your interests.
-  Zotero helps you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives right where you do your work - in the web browser itself.

Download: Firefox Campus Edition
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Before I clicked on the link to get here, I was so sure that they would bundle the Google Toolbar since it is such an important source of revenue and is ripe for one of these "bundling" packages. But I guess not.

Just great. Another reason for the Firefox fanboys to come out in groves!! Glad to see the first few posters think this is crazy!!

Its funny because you are the standard pointless post troll you all ways seem to come out of the same wood work the firefox fanboys do ironic how these things work. I don't see how this is crazy they are just making their program that much easier to get started with especially if you know nothing about firefox its called doing their job now thats crazy.

hmmm.. How about a "Firefox Layered Edition" (Firefox + TabMixPlus!) and "Firefox Web-My-Way Edition" (Firefox + AdblockPlus!)? The possibilities are endless baybee!!!!

it's probably so colleges will see that they made a "better" firefox for students and they will encourage it...

This might be a good way to attract and keep non-techy people to FireFox..they are having a problem keeping Joe and Jane Schmo. Different versions prebundled with various extentions plugins and themes. Remember, the vast majority of people dont give a crap about all the extra stuff that makes FireFox so good.

It sounds like it's turning more into linux. There's the core version, then there's a other distros like Flock. They all change whats' bundled and maybe a few UI stuff. In the end it might confuse more people than it should.

of course you can just get firefox with your own extensions, but this is just their way of reaching out to more people that have never tried firefox before. in this case its students.

There isn't enough being done here. Heck, is there a thumb drive version?

Stumble upon? Foxytunes? Streamlined?

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