要快，便要用純英文寫。經過多年特訓，我打英文像駕車游水走路一樣成了生理反射，不用看也不用想，像流水。（而且英文有 auto spell check correction 嘛！）
為了讓自己可以忘掉這語言障礙，用中文我手寫我心，我要在我的 MBP 上的 VM 多加一個中文環境，好讓我唯一懂用的縱橫輸入法可以有個立腳之地。私伙的 MAC OS X，公司的英文 Win7 和只用來打中文的 WinXP 像三個平行宇宙並肩存在。我便可以用兩只手指於 Magic Mouse 上掃來掃去，在這幾個宇宙間遊走。
I have been using Chrome since day one (well, honestly, since day three, 4/Sept/2008).
At that time I (correctly) predicted that Google would flood the world in the mobile space. Three and a half years later, Android + Chrome conquer almost 60% of the smartphone world. Interestingly at that time I named his rivals as MS IE, Firefox and Safari, now it seems that the browsers game is not even the battleground anymore at all.
Anyway, a few days ago Google has launched Chrome on iOS. After the trial, I would say even though it is not as strategically important as how Chrome was for the desktop world at the previous age, but still it is a sticky product because the UX is smarter and neater (than Mobile Safari) (I never a big fan of Opera so I won’t compare with it).
Chrome on iPad offers Siri-liked voice search function (previously already on the Google iOS app), that’s cool, but not exciting. Syncing everything everywhere is handy, especially it remember which devices I have surfed that location with, that’s really cool.
I have put my Safari inactive and surf with Chrome on my iPhones and iPads from today onwards. No turning back.