URL at http://www.google.com/googlebooks/chrome/big_00.html
One interesting revelation found in http://www.google.com/googlebooks/chrome/big_28.html is how existing plugins have to be allowed to get around the sandbox security restrictions built into Chrome, and how Chrome’s architecture still tries to minimize the ill effects of such a requirement. All in all the comic strip has sold me to the idea of adopting Chrome (one day, when it gets out of beta I suppose). We just have to remember to watch out for the privacy issues, as Google has far greater potential to own us in this regard than Microsoft ever could. See http://www.srware.net/en/software_srware_iron_chrome_vs_iron.php
UPDATE: I tried Chrome out using the portable build from SRware and I have to say I’m impressed. It really does seem to be crash-proof! The acid test in my case is to view dozens and dozens of Youtube videos in a single session. Firefox v3 in fact was more crash prone than v2 in this case, although v2 would also crash eventually. Chrome was completely stable all the way up to the end of my session.