Ok, I'm gonna take a quick break from "studying" at the library (a.k.a. Facebook games, chatting, etc.). I wasn't going to blog until my finals were over, but this is quite important.
What is this? It's "Chrome for a Cause".
The chrome for a cause extension will count your tabs while you browse the web. At the end of the day, you’ll be asked to choose a charity to receive your tabs. Every day between December 15 and 19 presents the chance to contribute your tabs, so you can choose to support the same charity or pick a different one each day.You're given a choice of donating vaccinations, books, clean water, square feet of shelter, and planting trees. I did some calculations and:
- 25 tabs = 1 vaccination provided
- 10 tabs = 1 book donated
- 200 tabs = 1 person's clean water provided
- 100 tabs = 1 square foot of shelter built
- 10 tabs = 1 tree planted
Get Google Chrome everyone (I mean it's better than Internet Explorer and Firefox anyways)! Install the "Chrome for a Cause" extension and open those tabs!
[10:42 AM]: Apparently, 250 tabs is the maximum amount of tabs you can reach in a day. I thought it was strange my tab count wasn't increasing any more.