Beau Gunderson on Quantifying Chrome Tabs

March 18, 2013

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.)

Beau Gunderson – Quantifying Chrome Tabs from Gary Wolf on Vimeo.

Related Posts

Allen Neuringer's Decades of Self-Experimentation

Steven Jonas

January 1, 2023

Allen Neuringer is an accomplished behavioral psychologist who has been self-experimenting for over 40 years. From trying to actively control his heart rate to generating ideas through dancing, here's what he's learned.

Community Trial of Potassium for Weight Loss

Gary Wolf

October 21, 2022

There's a lot to like about this this new community trial of potassium for weight loss from Slime Mold Time Mold. The idea comes from a previous, much more difficult community trial they organized: Eat nothing but potatoes, oil, and seasonings for 30 days.

Anne Wright & Personal Science

Gary Wolf

April 14, 2022

This animation summarizes Anne Wright's description of how a person coping with chronic health issues progresses through the process of self-research. Click through to learn how to get early access to our book, "Personal Science: Learning to Observe."