That and the grand jury part of it are what made this post a bit more restrained than it would have been otherwise. Not so much dancing-on-the-grave as it is tapping-toe-rhythmically-at-the-plot's-periphery.
It would be better if the fee went toward improvements. It seems to have been designed with complete antagonism towards the user and the fee slapped on top of it discourages even more people from navigating the system.
It does work, I'll give it that. I can usually find what I'm looking for but it's completely ridiculous that the $0.10/page fee applies even to searches that fail to return any results.
My biggest issue with the browser version is using the mouse to scroll through feeds (with those passed being automatically marked as read) seems to get jumpy depending on what your mouse scroll is set at. So, I end up with all sorts of "read" items going unmarked as the I scroll through the list.
I also find the sharing to be not as seamless.
Generally, I don't have a problem with RAM, but as I do most of my work on a Chromebook, there are times when it starts slowing to a crawl when there are enough tabs open. On my actual PC, this isn't really an issue.
The problem is collecting device info as the person makes their way through security. The PNR shows who's traveling but what devices they're carrying. Tracking down individual's information is easy. It's linking them to specific device info that might be harder. Phones are easy, thanks to phone metadata. Laptops and tablets would be a bit more difficult.