11 November 2004

Tabbed browsing; http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/tabbed-browsing.html web pages are loaded in "tabs" within the same browser window, making it easy to switch back and forth among multiple web pages. Tabbed browsing makes surfing the web faster and more convenient; perfect for reading the news or sifting through search results (you can keep the full search results in one tab and open each result in a new tab. You can easily compare results by moving from one tab to the next). Instead of just one web page as your homepage, you can make your home page several pages. Select your favorite web sites and open them in a set of tabbed windows.

This innovative dispute resolution mechanism may spread like a meme. It is based on leading-edge visual mapping approaches to resource allocation. It is a good example of a situation where animation communicates ideas that could not otherwise be shared.

"It is by the force of images that, in the course of time, real revolutions are made" - Andre Breton

"Only through art and imagery can people be persuaded in a visceral, non-verbal or non-intellectual way. This is important in the spread of ideas since verbal communications can be manipulated to deceive while artists can pursue the graphic manipulation of images to reveal hidden truths."- Winston Smith http://www.winstonsmith.com/main.html

"...the principle of collage is the central principle of all art in the 20th century." - Donald Barthelme (1931-1989) from http://www.collageart.org/links/

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