What tabs do you currently have open?


#1
  • this one
  • Board game forum thread
  • Netrunner forum thread
  • NYT article on flavour chemistry that @hip_young_gunslinger linked weeks ago and that I’ll finish reading any day now, probably
  • Review page for a Mexican, non-unionised Roomba equivalent
  • DFS page for an armchair that I’ll probably buy

If you feel excluded from this thread because you’ve got dozens of tabs open: good, you’re shit at computers


#2
  • Work Forums
  • DiS
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • The Guardian
  • Personal mail
  • Joint housing mail
  • Manchester United ticketing site

#3

All of them

Just all of them

Am I going to return and read any of them? Or close them? Fuck no


#4

You are bad at computers and therefore should feel bad


#5

starts at ‘work forums’ and manages to get progressively worse (bar personal mail which I’m sure is fine)


#6

I didn’t ask for your judgement


#7

I didn’t ask for your response


#8

Sorry for responding in that case


#9
  • DiS
  • Google Calendar
  • Messenger
  • Gmail
  • Few different sites for travel money

other window with work stuff


#10

It’s not even a New York Times article!


#11

Current Chrome window:

  • DiS
  • Gmail
  • Twitter
  • Facebook

Safari window for work stuff.


#12

Oh Jesus. I’ve not been reading it very closely.


#13

That is a logic gate I can accept


#14
  • gmail
  • work mail
  • high energy physics “new releases”
  • Article about Mike Ashley and his cronies at beIN sport
  • stackexchange
  • DiS

#15

This and Kellen Clemens’ Wikipedia page.


#16

Facebook
Personal emails (two of them for different purposes)
Work email
Workflow list
Twitter
Discogs
WFMU Recent Archives


#17

three pinned tabs for work shit
google inbox
DiS
7 tabs containing various work things
route for the very long bike ride i’m doing at the weekend
google keep
yacf


#18

Too many for sure, one of my colleagues told me it was bad for the environment.


#19

:smile:


#20

I know, right?

I basically use them as my to do list/reminders, just work through them on a daily basis, never get down to zero.