Saturday, August 15, 2015

My Political Solidarity Has Dissolved

Like a lot of people, I dumped Firefox when Mozilla dumped a guy whose sole crime was giving a little bit of money to the Prop. 8 campaign, back before that had been reclassified as among genocide, child molestation, and singing karaoke as Great Crimes Against Humanity™.

Well, that meant I ended up with Chrome.

And while Chrome offered spiffy features that Firefox didn't, it also didn't support the array of add-ons I had accumulated over the years of using Firefox.

I toughed my way through for quite a while, helped by the fact most of my web browsing was on one or another of my mobile devices (for which these add-ons are unavailable even for Firefox) -- but since I've resumed using my Windows PC their absence has been getting on my nerves once again.

So, I'm off the wagon.

Deal with it.


  1. I'm still on Pale Moon. It's just Firefoxy enough to keep sites from whining at me, but it doesn't suffer from Mozilla's we-need-this-new-crap obsession.

  2. I may go that way too, if the genuine article gets on my nerves, but using Chrome has made me a little more tolerant of Firefox's current interface.