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I will concur though that some kind of tab overview would be great. Didn't early versions of Chrome have that?
Hit Shift-Esc to bring up the Chrome Task Manager. It will give you a summary of each tab's memory, cpu, and network consumption as well as the ability to kill individual tabs.
There is a common mis-conception amongst carnivores that a meal has to contain meat to be tasty. This is complete nonesense, but unfortunately prejudice and ignorance prevent many people from even investigating this fact with an open mind.
I disagree, most attempts at vegetarian cuisine just replace existing meat dishes with cheese, tofu, seitan, mushroom or some other filler. Indian is the only cuisine that has original dishes that do not have some sort of meat influence.
Because Americans eat a lot of goat meat, right?
I'm a murican and I love goat meat. Muricans don't know what they're missing but then again I guess Jamaican, Indian and Cabrito aren't mainstream.
DFW, San Antonio, and Houston all have VERY good infastructures with AT&T (compared to other cities), so its the idea test bed.
I live in Downtown Dallas, less than 3 blocks away from AT&T Headquarters. I used to have AT&T and the service was atrocious, dropped calls were a regular occurrence. I now have an iPhone with Verizon and the service is stellar, no dropped calls even in the CBD tunnels. So if the infrastructure is great here, I shudder to think how bad it is elsewhere...
... I can't easily rip a Blu-ray to my hard drive so I can watch it on the plane.
Umm, ever hear of AnyDVD HD?