Beau Gunderson on Quantifying Chrome Tabs

Beau Gunderson lives inside his browser and struggles with distractions, so he wrote a Chrome extension to quantify his browser usage. He learned that he visits about 500 websites a day, sometimes has up to 100 tabs open, and occasionally declares “tab bankruptcy.” Check out Beau’s revealing story in the video below. (Filmed by the San Francisco QS meetup group.)

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One Response to Beau Gunderson on Quantifying Chrome Tabs

  1. Daniel Foster says:

    I do the *exact* same thing with my browser tabs! Seems like something Google could help us manage better.

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