Rated 5 out of 5 stars

If I were a Firefox add-on, I’d want to grow up to be ReminderFox. It’s the responsible one – the designated driver of add-ons.

Customize your online experience all you like, but that’s not going to get you out of hot water with your buddies once you’ve forgotten - again - that it was your turn to host poker night.

In fact, I’d say that employing a long list of Firefox add-ons without including ReminderFox is dangerous business. By all means, make your browser pretty. Make it sing to the tune playing exclusively in your own head. Get your Gmail all swanky, your weather reports tailored to avoid goosebumps and frizzy hair, and block every dancing, flashing whatchamacallit to force cyberspace to look like it was created just for you.

Do it. Mozilla makes it easy. And awesome.

But up there in the corner? That cute little string looped into a ReminderFox bow keeps you tied to the other world. You know, the one where you’re supposed to be at the airport at 4:30 to fetch your mother. Don’t leave her hanging around the baggage claim like a forgotten hatbox.

ReminderFox: keeping the real you safe from cyber-you, every day.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (