Trust me on this, once you install it, you will NEVER go back. It’s that amazing.

Inline search is a feature already included by default in Mozilla Firefox and should have been included in Internet Explorer 7. So, until they actually do include it, here the add-on to allow you to use it!

So what is inline search? What this allows you to do is to search through Internet Explorer in real-time. For instance, say you’re reading a very long website and need to search for a specific word, usually in IE you would use the regular Find function found under the Edit menu or by using the combination of ctrl-f keys. Inline search replaces that little pop-up window with a bar at the bottom of the browser page. What makes this new add-on so cool is that as you type in each other, it queries the whole page at once and finds the first instance of the letter and highlights it. As you continue typing letters it continues to refine the search until it finds the word that matches all the letters you typed in. And then you can quickly find any other instances of the word with the click of your enter button.

Inline search is MUCH more usable and user-friendly than the default find window that is included with IE. I HIGHLY recommend you download and start using this new add-on!

Go download Inline search now!

Upon doing some research about gaining muscle mass, I came across the Reference Daily Intake (RDI). Interestingly, I’ve never really thought much about it but now that I’m doing some weight training and exercising, I think it’s more important for me to know this kind of info.

Total Fat grams (g) 65 Saturated fatty acids grams (g) 20 Cholesterol milligrams (mg) 300Sodium milligrams (mg) 2400 Potassium milligrams (mg) 2000 Total carbohydrate grams (g) 300Fiber grams (g) 25Protein grams (g) 50

It’s based upon a 2000 calorie/day diet. This makes me wonder what kind of diet I have based upon this recommendation. What this intake reference doesn’t point out is how much or little exercise is assumed with this diet. Because I think blindly saying 2000 calories/day on with any exercise (even if that’s none day after day) is fallible. Not only that, but all humans have different metabolism rates. So to say that one fits all really isn’t a good practice. Hopefully people who use something like this don’t follow something like this strictly. Which also could explain why people who go on silly diets never lose weight.