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particular weblog post with their Safari suggestions. When I first looked, there were were about 500 comments already on the thread (mostly consisting of "Tabs!" "Me too!" ... "Me three hundred and two!"). The next time I looked there were 590, and I was unable to post... Sometime after the 800th, the hosts shut comments down since they were overloading the system (demonstrating again that the Web is not exactly built for high-volume conversation like e-mail or Usenet).
Anyway, an alternate way to provide the feedback is through the newfangled TrackBack thingy which I haven't done before. So here goes, in case anyone's still listening over there.
My comments both have to do with mouse-free browsing:
what shuttle re-entry feels like, from an experienced Shuttle astronaut [NYTimes via workbench]
The most consistently remarkable feature of entry is the heaviness. On my first flight, I urged the commander to "quit pulling all those G's." Although I was joking, he seriously intoned that the actual G-force was just one-tenth that of normal Earth gravity.
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