I like this ad a lot. I'm still going to spend a lot of time in Firefox, mostly because I'm a web programmer.
Somewhere between firebug, yslow, adblocker and greasemonkey I am hooked on ad ons, even if it makes things slow.
Chrome Browser vs. Potato:
We used a a version of web page of allrecipes.com that is accessible with website login. About four hours into the Potato Gun shoot we decided to use a locally loaded version of the web page to enable more precise synchronization with the potato gun. We finally got the shot we were hoping for after 51 takes.
Chrome Browser vs. Sound:
We loaded an artist page from Pandora.com, a streaming internet radio service directly off the web on a 15Mbps internet connection.
Chrome Browser vs. Lightning:
We used a locally loaded version of weather.com that was legally approved for use in this video (and all the standard website permissions procedures that goes into making videos!)
While we had a super fast 15Mbps internet connection in the studio, any live internet connection introduces quite a bit of variability. To run speed tests on page rendering times, saving locally and loading from the local disk can help reduce this variability.
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