The next few minutes will be spent on upgrading to WordPress 1.5.1, just released 3 hours ago (its an official release, not a nightly build). So if the blog looks funky this hour, you know why.
STATUS: Done. If you want to check up on the upgrade changes, click here. I didn’t time myself, since benchmarking while I’m on a dial-up connection doesn’t make much sense.
Considering the major browsers, Opera is still tops when it comes to minimal memory usage, while Firefox is still a damn hog. In light of this, I’ll be experimenting on working on Opera exclusively for the rest of the week. Have to get used to it’s so-so RSS setup though.
UPDATE: Since I’m feedreading a lot lately, Opera won’t do; the integrated RSS reader, simple and elegant as it is, is just not to my liking. A separate RSS reader (aside from the browser) won’t be satisfatory, since copying-and-pasting is awfully laborous compared to just 2 mouse-clicks to enter a browser-based feed. Therefore, I’m going back to Firefox, left it with only Sage as the only extension installed. This will have to do, I guess, however memory-hogging Firefox is.