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(* This usage of tabdump is surprisingly uncommon so far given tabbed browsing's steady growth.
In 2004 a journal named Aquarionics used it, and a guy named Bernie Zimmermann whose site now seems down. I recently saw Backup Brain use it, and immediately liked it. But in a brief search I found only a few other occurrences of the term used in this fashion between 2004 and now.
I expect more people will gravitate to it over time as a handy shorthand for "what you do when you want to close your browser but you just can't until you do something with all these damn open tabs".)2 comment(s)
Yes! The word tabdump shall become the standard word for this! And then! I shall! rule! the! world!. Or something. Nicholas of Aquarionics.com
"At the recent Washington Correspondents' Dinner, master comedian Stephen Colbert performed magnificently. With the rapier of wit and the mace of truth, he respectively skewered and censured the presidency of "dum'ass botch". Talk about wonderful lagniappe! Mr Colbert made that nincompoop's lap dogs in our national conventional media run for cover with their tail between their legs. And that's not all our man accomplished. Tucked away in his address to the dinner's flabbergasted attendees, like a ticking time bomb, there was an 'easter egg', which we had absolutely . . . here 'we' is a polite nod . . . NO right to expect. Like the Easter Bunny in a mischievous mood, Mr Colbert camouflaged a bon mot, so profound as to approach philosophical. oh, before I reveal Mr Colbert's casual accomplishment, I should like to preface with a caveat. The appropriate interpretation of that remark requires sagacity an-- . . ." oh, alright (!) already, I'll admit it. The above text is meant to serve as "bait" for the dear Reader's curiosity. Yes, I would like people to visit my blog. And why not?! The average visitor is bound to find one or two startling insights. What's more, it's a good bet that more than a few visitors will discover that I evoke with the written word thought, hitherto more, well, tantalizing than articulated. toodles ...../ .he who is known as sefton http://hewhoisknownassefton.blogspot.com/2006/04/rehabilitation-of-and-by-and-for-right.html . . . oh, yeah, I should add that the full title for that post is "rehabilitation of and by and for the right wing" . . . by the bye, depending on visitor's essentiality, one might be either heartened or dismayed by one, or two, of my easter eggs.Add a comment...
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