[colug-432] browser bloat

Peter King peter.king at utoronto.ca
Tue Feb 16 18:55:09 EST 2016

> My usual disclaimer about Google: I use them ... heavily. I do not trust
> them. And lately, I trust them less and less.

For what it's worth, I recently switched from Chrome to vimprobable2, which
is very lightweight.  It also expects you to have vi-style keyboard commands
in your fingers, and if you don't you might find it offputting.  It also is
*very* minimal, so you can used to life without frills.  But it's fast, and 
it runs without complaint on my Raspberry Pi 2 (unlike Firefox and Chrome
which brought it to its knees).

Vimprobable2 is one of a family of minimalist webkit-based browsers. The
others, like surf, are too minimal for me, but YMMV.

Peter King			 	peter.king at utoronto.ca
Department of Philosophy
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Toronto, ON  M5R 2M8


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