When I was typing up yesterday’s post, by mistake I closed the tab I was typing in. In old times, everything would have been lost. Not that it was such an epic post, but still … I feel each time I have to re-write something, it gets different, somehow.
Every since I made the switch from Windows to Mac, I’ve used the Safari browser. It’s an okay browser, but it’s very grey. Everything is grey. There’s very little distinction between the active tab and the other ones, and that makes it easy to close the wrong one. I don’t like to have many tabs open — never more than three — so I constantly keep shutting them down.
Now … back to yesterday … I closed the WordPress page I was typing in, but the whole thing was saved! Yay! I love auto-save! This all brought back memories of my first blogging site Yahoo 360º. Everything in there was so iffy, so always, before hitting the publish-button, I copied the whole thing I’d written. That way, I was able to just paste it. We learned from our mistakes.
I won’t go back to the Chrome browser, that I’d used since the first day of its release. It is installed here, though … I have to open it when I want to look at source code. Besides, there’s this little game in Facebook I play, at times, and that gets very slow in Chrome … which is strange, but I won’t dwell on that.