Firefox uses a new manager for bookmarks. Bookmarks are no more stored in the bookmarks.html file (in the directory of your Firefox profile), but in a SQLite database (places.sqlite). If the performance is much better, you can not read this file...
This extension prevents Google, Yahoo and Yandex search pages from modifying search result links when you click them. This is useful when copying links but it also helps privacy by preventing the search engines from recording your clicks.
Python script to parse bookmarks exported from ffox in JSON format in the html format used by emacs-w3m, optionally merging with an existing emacs-w3m bookmark file. Note that nested folders in the fffox bookmarks are flattened, as emacs-w3m bookmark categories are all on one level.
Will cope with the current (Nov 2009) bug in ffox which exports badly formed JSON, but if other parse errors occur run the JSON through a validator.
BookmarksHome makes a pretty startup page out of your bookmarks. The layout of this page is highly customizable. Items high in the bookmarks tree (as you see it when you open the Bookmarks menu) will appear at the top of the page. Changes in your bookmarks will be visible after reloading the BookmarksHome page. Take a look at the screenshots to see what BookmarksHome is about.