You know, it's always the little things. Like not expecting much from the new Doctor Who, and it turns out to be so giddily fun it has my writer friends and I answering the phone with "Harriet Jones, MP for Flydale North."
Or, as I'm using Firefox to browse the Interwebs because I'm not, oh, INSANE, there's a free Firefox extension calld Super DragAndGo. Sounds like a dumb little idea -- use your mouse to drag a link downward, and it pops the link open in a tab behind your current window. Drag it up and it pops up as the front tab. Drag an image/file off to a blank spot on your computer and it automatically downloads said binarytronics to your Desktop.
Install it. Close your Firefox. Reopen. And suddenly enjoy feeling like you live in the FUTUUUUURE. Seriously. I can't stop smiling. For most of you this will mean nothing, but for some of you sharing my prediliction for obsessive gadgetophilia (why, hello, Mr. Waid), this will make you giggle like a schoolgirl.
Via our useful, useful productivity pals at Lifehacker.