Get it at http://iansilber.com/intab/
Tabs are great. I mean, remember life before tabs? How did we survive? But tabs have their shortcomings. Browsing to a new tab breaks the flow of reading. Say your reading something that refers to another article. To read that article, you'd typically have to open in a new tab, read it, then close it. Intab allows you to view those two articles side by side, maintaining context.
Intab is a bit buggy and serves mainly as an interaction experiment to see if the concept of tabs can be improved upon. If you like it or would like to see any improvements, please shoot me an email: iansilber @ gmail dot you-know-the-rest.
about 1 year ago
Installed this yesterday. Great job dude, really useful.
Thanks @Aaron Ng!
nice and helpful, thanks!
Would be awesome to be able to open news links in a similar window but w/o news site styling. so like opening it automatically in a read it later service
10 months ago
@The Honest Ape that was actually something I was working on the last time I sat down to work on the project.
I am in love with this :) Thank you!
4 months ago
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