<< The average person tends to have either less than eight tabs open, or to add tabs without organization until declaring “tab bankruptcy” and starting fresh. >>

yeah, I'm the... second one

(checks browser; it reports 'new mathematical research needed in order to determine if your number of open tabs is even theoretically countably infinite')



@natecull addresses most of the organisational aspects of this inherently. Since what's being described in Web traversal is in fact a tree: some starting point (or set of starting points) and subsequent pages opened.

The main difference is that TST addresses TABS and whatever this is called addresses HISTORY.

There's the distinction between *graphical representation* and *supporting metadata*, and I agree the latter needs massive enhancement.

Tab bankruptcy is A Thing.

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