Josh’s Lifelog for 2008-09-02

  • Headed to Emma’s kindergarten open house this morning to meet her teacher. She starts on Thursday! 🙂 #
  • Got Google Chrome, installed in my Windows VM. Now, if only I had time to play with it! This is shaping up to be a busy day! 🙂 #
  • I’ll agree with everyone so far – Google Chrome is FAST. Even in a Windows virtual machine, with a bunch of other stuff running. Impressive. #
  • Retweeting @blogan: Google Chrome’s “Inspect Element” feature is like Firebug. Very powerful. Developers should love it. #
  • @trishussey You’re right. Google Gears makes the Eee PC a much more capable little system. I use Google Docs as my offline office suite. #
  • The fact that I want to use Google Chrome made me finally switch back to Parallels’ Coherence mode, so I can put it on my big monitor. #
  • I can’t believe that ChromeSetup.exe is only 475KB. It didn’t seem to be a downloaders stub. Is it really that small? #
  • The next big question I think the Google Chrome team needs to answer: extensibility. How about compatibility with Firefox extensions? Plz? #
  • Got Google Chrome? Type “about:memory” into the Omnibar. I love that it compares FF and IE’s memory footprint if they’re running. #
  • What other hacks are there for Google Chrome? I tried about:config, which doesn’t work. Is there a list somewhere? #
  • Ooh. Google Chrome just informed me that the Flash plugin crashed, and was killed. Browser stayed up, though. Nice. #
  • Showing @bljarv a tweet from inside Ubiquity. #
  • @jmoriarty I haven’t had any problems with Chrome CPU usage, but I’m running it in a VM, which has a lot of CPU overhead anyway. #
  • I think I’m having an anxiety attack. Mildly freaking out re: just about everything. #

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