Mere artistic differences. I use Moz as well, but my preferred usage is to have the forum "new posts" in a browser window, and then open each article in a new tab as I come across it. That way, I can keep the forum itself separate from the articles, and I can also kill all the tabs in rapid succession while still leaving the forum window open. But in order to do that for multiple fora, I'd have to open a window for each forum, and open tabbed articles for that forum in that window - otherwise, I'll have forum tabs mixed in with article tabs, and I can't kill the article tabs bang-bang-bang, without possibly accidentally killing the forum tab also. This way, I have all new posts appearing in one tab, regardless of forum, and I can open all articles in new tabs, regardless of forum, so I can keep the single window and
the organization style I prefer.
And if you have a three-button mouse, or a scrollwheel mouse where the wheel can function as a third button, you can set Moz to open links in a new tab just be clicking on the link with the middle button - saves time from right-clicking for the context menu. Even if you have a two-button mouse, you can get the same effect by holding down the CTRL key when left-clicking, if you check the appropriate box in Preferences -> Tabbed Browsing. Either way, it's much better than what the poor benighted souls stuck on IE get, IMO ;)
posted on 12/19/2003 12:10:42 PM PST
("You shouldn't treat people like objects. They aren't that valuable." - P.J. O'Rourke)
All right, kiddies, let's play "name that fallacy"! I'll make a statement, and let's see who can figure out what's wrong with it. We'll start easy. The statement is:
This thread is unquestionably bunk, as anyone would expect from a deranged evolutionist.
posted on 12/19/2003 2:41:54 PM PST
(Felix, qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas.)
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