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Cousin Becky sent me an email about an hour ago, and now my life will never be the same. Here’s what she told me:
“Hello Cousin One-
Have you played around with the “PicLens” add-on for Firefox? If not, I think you should ’cause it just might rock your world.”
Thank God for cousin tips. PicLens is pretty damn enjoyable. It makes things look seriously cool. But officially, here’s what it does:
“Full-Screen, 3D — PicLens transforms your browser into a visually
stunning experience for finding and viewing online photos and videos.
Our “3D Wall” lets you effortlessly search and zoom your way around
thousands of images, videos, news feeds, sports feeds, and more. See
OK, here is my three-pronged, first fifteen-minute experience with this thing.
1. I go to google images. I search for “unicorn” (naturally):
3. I go to PhotoShelter’s homepage to see if PicLens works, and not only does it, but it also pulls up captions in the most pleasing manner.
Try it?! It’s hard to mess up, promise.