..I’ll have to go and use Facebook. It just seems like every so often, Gmail (or possibly Apple Mail) just decides it’s had enough. This often happens at around the same time that the overload of Flash ads from the million tabs I’ve got open in my browser decide to gang up on the CPU and swallow it. And of course NetNewsWire also thinks it’s a good time to take 102% (two CPU cores, so 200% available) of available cycles.
Basically, can’t get anything done that involves the web. Which is really frustrating.
Then it all eases up again - usually without having to restart everything. At which point email floods in. And there’s always too much email. And huge amounts of it are crap. I really, really need a smart program that can sift through that stuff and find the useful stuff.
But the lack of Twitter is amazingly frustrating. This must be what mental cold turkey feels like.
No, not serious about Facebook. Too slow and boring.
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