It isn't contradictory to congratulate someone and state honestly that he is confused about how the app is meant to be used, and therefore won't likely try it again. For example, I admire what Zynga has accomplished but won't ever play one of their games myself.
but you're saying everyone is jealous when almost all of the grievances come from the fact that the app is useless to most people. You confirmed this point (that it is useless to you) yet you also claim that everyone else is just jealous. Why can your "I'm never going to use it" not be the same reason everyone else has and why can't that be a valid reason for thinking this is ridiculous?
bar spending? $50/weekend * 52 weeks in a year = $2600/year. I did much worse than that I have to admit. And don't start with 'most college students are under 21' because most people I knew were resourceful when it came to age modification, not to mention our proximity to Mexico :)
The only thing preventing me from leaving FF to move to Chrome is TabMixPlus (especially multi-layered tabs), considering I regularly have 20-30+ tabs open simultaneously. Scrolling through tabs on Chrome is a very painful experience, and as such, my Chrome experience is limited to occasional moments when FF feels too clunky and needs to be restarted.
If there is a Chrome extension that allows this, please let me know, because I've been unable to find one.
I don`t know if this will help, but I am using extension Too Many Tabs for Chrome. Not that it is as awesome as TabMixPlus for FF, but it helps.
And there are other similar extensions. I haven`t tried all of them, but here is the link: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/search?q=Tab+mix+Plus
Yes. Running OS X, Firefox is more responsive when opening and switching to new tabs. Maybe the act of creating a new process for each tab slows Chrome down? For example, if I open a new tab in Chrome while I have many already open and then attempt to scroll, the scrolling will lag by a second. I almost never have any lag with Firefox except when first starting the program. Even with an SSD Firefox is more responsive.
This can be done without a plugin in Chrome. Simply go to about:flags and enable the Click to Play plugins option. This enables an extra option in the prefs under Content Settings IIRC, that allows you to force any, all, or specific plugins to behave this way. Godsend.
Hi Brian, I met you when you stayed with my cousin Caitlin (using your own service!) in Denver back during the Democratic National Convention in 2008. It is really cool to see how much your company has grown since that time. Congrats! - Jason