I’ve been using Google Chrome. It’s pretty good. Normally I’d click Firefox and wait for while, thinking about the impossibility of dying in the mind of someone living. Chrome just loads in literally 2 seconds. I miss some of my Firefox plugins, there’s absolutely no privacy (your history is your homepage) and a few creature features here and there are off. However, the program doesn’t use that much memory and it’s pretty minimal and simple, so pretty much my browser of choice now. I’m a big Google whore generally, but I guess I’d recommend it. Of course, I’ll continue to use Firefox at work until they make a Chrome for Mac (it’s currently Windows only).
Not that I’m undigging on Firefox. It’s still a ‘strong’ browser, like Photoshop. I use Google’s Picasa for 90% of my photo editing, but I really need PS for that other 10%. I have to switch to Firefox right now, for example, to properly post the excerpt to this blog.
Some other simple technology I’d like is the Flip Camcorder (one button record, one click to YouTube, and no cables). At this point I understand that technology can do a lot of things. Now I’d like to to just do a few things well.