Apparently, the content of this blog is “stuff I would happily share with my mom,” which is great, as she is currently the #1 commenter on this blog. (For the record? I think that’s awesome.)
Tonight, persuaded by someone’s enthusing over Panorama, I decided to upgrade to Firefox 4. I’ll have to check back in after I’ve been using it for a few weeks, but overall, I like it a lot. Most, though not all, of my add-ons have been updated for FF4, which is important – I rely on things like FireGestures and NoScript and I don’t know what I’d do without them. I had to hack the Delicious add-on to make it compatible, but as that was a fairly simple fix, I’m not too cranky.
I’m very excited about using Panorama, but the add-on I think will rock my world? Integrated Gmail. I always find it annoying to have to click out to go to Google Calendar, and I’m really bad about keeping up with Google Reader for a similar reasons, but now I’ll be able to have everything all together. Inspired, I finally added all the blogs I read to Google Reader and got everything current, and also found a neat way to have the icons I star appear in the sidebar here (under “What I’m Reading”) so you can see what I’m checking out, too.
I remember when I first installed Mozilla in 2002. Tabbed browsing ROCKED MY WORLD. I have a feeling that Panorama and Integrated Gmail are going to do the same for me.
Erin K. BartuskaI'm a writer, artist, and feminist-of-all-trades living in San Francisco. My passions include baking, social justice, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and God.
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