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G-Hub Pro ( $5 )

G-Hub Pro Current Version: 3.6.0 (November 19, 2021)Price: $5 Features / Purchase Claim Purchases Contact G-Hub Pro is a premium Mozilla Thunderbird Add-on that adds Google Tabs to Mozilla Thunderbird. Tabs are opened via a G-Hub Pro toolbar button that provides a drop-down menu of popular Google services that can be launched in their own tab within Thunderbird. The toolbar drop-down menu items are fully configurable via add-on preferences. Google tabs can also be opened by using the G-Hub Pro Launcher Tab, which is available ...

Remembering Rochester’s Midtown Plaza During Christmas

By the time I moved to Rochester in '98 Midtown Plaza was well past it's prime. Major retailers had moved to the newer and arguably nicer malls in the suburbs. Much of the plaza was vacant and the stores that remained weren't exactly draws. Although times were tough the atmosphere at the mall changed during the holiday season. Midtown Plaza filled with families. Both parents and children downright giddy to be in Downtown Rochester, visiting Midtown Plaza. The draw, however, wasn't shopping ...

Configuration (How To)

G-Hub Pro - Configuration (How To) Features / Purchase Claim Purchases Contact To Configure G-Hub Pro follow the directions below: 1) Open Mozilla Thunderbird and click the menu "Tools > Add-ons". 2) Locate the add-on "G-Hub Pro" in the Add-ons list. Click the "Preferences" button. 3) Within the tab that opens, locate the Google service whose url you would like to customize. 4) Type in the new url or modify the existing url as desired. If you would like to hide a Google service from the toolbar drop-down menu, uncheck ...

TSA: Remove Your Sweatshirt!?!

I showed up at JFK's security checkpoint just like I have dozens of times before. Belt-less, shoeless, jacket-less, liquid-less, with my shoes and laptop on their own trays for inspection. Today, however, security had another requirement. "Are you wearing anything under your sweatshirt?" shouted the screening agent. "Yes, an undershirt" I replied. "I need you to remove your sweatshirt." The person ahead of me was wearing a polo shirt over a t-shirt as were several people around me but for some reason ...

Barnes Creek; A Hidden Gem in Canandaigua, NY

Last weekend was hot and muggy but I had the itch to get out and do something physical. I managed to convince Cathy to join me for a short hike. We didn't really feel like walking around Mendon Ponds Park so I fired up AllTrails on my iPhone and looked for something interesting but on the shorter side. I came across a listing for the Barnes Creek Trail but comments suggested ditching the trail and walking up the creek itself. Doing so ...

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