Google Simlar Pages is a Google Chrome extension that recommends webpages similar to the one you’re currently viewing. Google Similar Pages recommends the following when viewing this site (Steel White Table): The Atheist Missionary The Dave – I’d rather be phishing The Progressive Curmudgeon The J-Walk Blog What the hell is “The J-Walk Blog“?!
My original list of Software I Use A Lot was posted in Feb 2005 – 6 years ago. Here’s what I used then and what I use now: Free Software: 2005: Firefox (browser). 2011: Google Chrome. 2005: Filezilla (ftp client). 2011: Filezilla. 2005: Irfanview (graphic viewer). 2011: Irfanview. 2005: Keynote (enhanced notepad). 2011: Notepad++ 2005: Process Explorer (system utility). 2011: Process Explorer. 2005: xplorer lite (Windows Explorer replacement). 2011: Nothing
My default browser is Firefox and has been for years. I’m not a Luddite. I have enough technical skill to customize my browser so it’s just the way I like it, but I prefer to keep my browsing options simple. For instance, I don’t use RSS readers. If I can’t go to a site on my own, then I probably don’t need the information anyway. So that’s where I am
In 2004 I switched from Internet Explorer to FireFox. I’m now switching from Firefox to Chrome. I’ve played with Chrome occasionally since it was released, but now it supports Extensions, similar to Firefox’s addons, enabling me to block ads and other annoying website “features” (usually flash-specific). Google’s Chrome browser has these advantages over Firefox: It’s noticably faster for me – starting up and browing websites. Its interface has less clutter,