Actually, this prank pushed me over the edge to actually install flashblock
I think this kind of IDE would be very usefull during code-maintenance, especially when the code you maintain is written by you (which is often the case).
When developing new code, the bubble-concept could be too confusing, because it seems to hide the overall structure of the code.
But during maintenance, when hunting bugs, I often don't want to see the whole picture (and hence the whole complexity), but am much more interested in smaller sections of a program, and the relations between them. The bubble concept would really help.
Both "Middle" and "East" expose your ethnocentrism.
The middle east.
It's middle and it's east.
I am here by the will of the people and I won't leave until I get my raincoat back. - a slogan of the anarchists in Richard Kadrey's "Metrophage"