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.

2 comments:

  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.

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  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.

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