Most of the applications I work on end up on the web in one way or another, so I do it a lot more commonly than the average user.
Also... that probably wasn't a real memory leak. Most memory leaks are slow and aren't readily noticable unless the app has been running for a few days or more. Typically they happen only in languages that allow you to do your own memory management... unless the leak happens somewhere outside of the developer's control.
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