This week at Lifehacker:
- Supercharge your Firefox downloads with DownThemAll
"When it comes to heavy duty download jobs, Firefox's default Downloads manager just doesn't cut the mustard."
- Screenshot Tour: Share files with Firefox and AllPeers
"The AllPeers Firefox extension adds drag-and-drop peer-to-peer file sharing to the comfort of everyone's favorite browser."
- Copy TV shows to your iPod
"So Apple wants you to pony up $1.99 per episode of Heroes when you're already paying the cable company for it? Nuh-uh. Don't think so."
- Sync your Greasemonkey scripts across computers
"...use the cross platform program FolderShare to keep your Greasemonkey scripts in perfect sync across your Firefox browsers and computers (Windows and/or Mac)."
- How to master your iTunes EQ
"The 2k frequency can boost or cut the 'nasal' sound of your music, in the range your voice makes when you hold your nose and talk."
- Learn Ubuntu Linux with freely available e-book
"...the 931-page book covers everything you need to know about installing, configuring and using Ubuntu."
- Save time reading on your Mac with Summarize
"Summarize, a handy but relatively unknown entry in your Mac's services menu creates a precise summary of the highlighted text in your current Cocoa application."
- Download of the Day: Videora iPod Converter (Windows)
"The latest version (2.05) features an updated interface and loads of improvements, including support for 640x480 H.264 video and an auto-resize feature that selects the best possible resolution while maintaining the correct aspect ratio."
- Print your own lens hood
"The site carries custom hoods for upwards of a hundred different lenses, including models from Canon, Nikon, Olympus and Sigma."