Open tabs in Firefox right now: Bloglines, Gmail, The Tao of Keith, I like to judge blogs by their covers, the They Might Be Giants music store, My Tokyo Death Cult (SF story), audio & video from NotCon ‘04 including Danny O’Brien’s “Life Hacks” lecture, DreamHost config panel (tuned to new Suggestions channel), Andy Kessler: “NAIRU” jacket on how inflation works in an intellectual property economy, Thought Balloons (comix blog), WikiNature, A fistful of wikis from infoAnarchy, Wikipedia entry for Moin, Jeffrey Veen’s mp3 crawler, Apple Mail 2.0 in OS X 10.4, department internal “research” wiki (no URL), Slashdot coverage of the Microsoft midlife crisis, mozillaZine (Firefox 0.9.2 release), and the current realtor showing status of our house.
Whew. Now I can close some of those tabs.
Update, 7/9: Dave writes, “I’m concerned about your Web habits. I tried opening each of those links as a tab and my head exploded.” Urm, sorry about that. That’s three days worth of nonlinear web surfing accumulated there, with a bias toward “I don’t have time to read that right now” links. Firefox’s virtual memory had ballooned to 200 MB with all that crap (and, unfortunately, I seem to have caused the same to happen to Dave).
Your web a splode!