What’s in 144 Browser Tabs?

I tweeted a note about how I had 144 tabs open in my browser, possibly a new high!

I then thought of the terminally bored or insatiably curious, or perhaps the merely credulous, who might be asking, “what 144 web pages have you looked at in the past 12 days?” (And it’s not all of the pages I’ve visited. Work isn’t counted and neither are all the pages I viewed and then closed the tab.)

No, these are the pages that are still open (in tabs) because I seem to think I’m going to do something with 144 open web pages. Well, I will. I’ll do a ‘bookmark all tabs’ storing the results in the 20100326 folder and then I’ll close the window and restart Firefox.

Meanwhile, here they are for your amusement.

Mike’s not quite 144 open tabs (a few that had personal info in the URL (I know, bad form, eh?) were removed). Oh, and this page doesn’t validate either.

Google Reader (1000+)

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1 thought on “What’s in 144 Browser Tabs?”

  1. Oh, wow, so many good links. Firefox grinds to a halt when I exceed 50 tabs so I’ll be back to incrementally check out your list. Thanks for posting it.

    BTW the Inkophile Favorite Inks list was updated last night to include Rohrer & Klingner Solferino and Magenta plus De Atramentis Stihlblau as well as others from Pear Tree Pens. Looking forward to a very colorful Spring. 🙂

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