TeamSpeed wrote in post #18355082
I will often have 10+ tabs up in a browser with different searched content on what I read on the boards, fun stuff!
Oh, yeah, I hear you when it comes to that. On this window that I am currently browsing POTN (photography on the net) on, I have 14 tabs open. One of them is the webpage for the drone that the OP started this thread about.
But wait - there's more!
My Netflix window has 8 tabs open because I like to do deep research on the movies I watch, and on the cast members.
My Shutterstock window has 4 tabs open, to track earnings, upload new images, research what my competitors are doing, and reading SS-provided content for contributors.
My email window has 10 tabs open now, as I often research the things that I get emails about, and like to further the research beyond the original intent of the email. This window contains Facebook and eBay tabs, among several others.
My photo submissions tab has 7 tabs open - this contains the various publications that I am researching so as to submit photos to them.......things such as submission guidelines, staff member's contact info, and so forth.
My weather window has only two tabs open at the moment. I use this to track hour-by-hour weather predictions for the different areas around me that I photograph at on a daily basis. Sometimes this window has 6 or 7 tabs open, if I am contemplating day trips to outlying areas.
My literature window only has two tabs open at the moment. This is where I research English literature and the writers thereof, and also where I access a literature-oriented forum.
My 'natural world research' window has 7 tabs open now. This is where I research various species of mammals, birds, plants, and, currently, fungi. I also use this window to research physical geography on both this continent and others.
I have another window with 7 tabs open. The content of this window is personal.
My home improvement window has 3 tabs open, all relating to wire semi-conductors used for in-floor heating. This is for my upcoming kitchen floor project.
My music window has 9 tabs open. This is where I create and curate various playlists and where I research modern music history. There is some crossover between this and the literature window, due to artists such as Jim Morrison, who referenced classic poetry in many of his lyrics.
The Yellowstone Map deserves its very own window, as does the WA State Travel Alert webpage. Only one tab open in each of these two windows.
My upcoming events page has five windows open currently, to track the events of: two local conservation organizations, my local artist's association, the regional photography club that I belong to, and the local Performing Arts Center (PAC). I really don't want to miss anything!
FAA (Fine Art America) has its own window, I have that up because I like to keep track of sales and uploads.
Alamy also has its own window, for the same reasons, but there are three tabs open in this window, sales tracking, upload/keyword tool, and their agency-specific forum.
So there you have it - 16 windows with a total of 80 tabs open right now. The total number varies, and can range from as few as 50 all the way up to well over 100.
Because I already have so many windows and tabs open, the last thing I want or need is to have to open even more tabs just to figure out what someone on POTN is trying to say.
"Your" and "you're" are different words with completely different meanings - please use the correct one.
"They're", "their", and "there" are different words with completely different meanings - please use the correct one.
"Fare" and "fair" are different words with completely different meanings - please use the correct one. The proper expression is "moot point", NOT "mute point".