I’m searching for stuff and I notice my location is set to a city. So I try to change it to get all results, and:
Anyone know how to get Google to let you choose earth or global?
Windows 6.1 AKA Vista 2 AKA Windows 7 has been out for a while , figured it’s about time for a review.
Imagine your current version of Windows XP, with decorations updated to circa 2001 Apple or 2003 Linux. They added new looks for the BSODs, re-arranged the control panel and start menu to keep you on your toes. Driver issues take me back to win98 and DOS! It’s thrilling having to use regedit all the time, and go on week-long Googles to figure out and find a driver that will work. Their slow move to 64bit makes the effort that much more fun. On installation, I really like how it trashes the MBR on C: when you tell it to install on D: . Its hilarious how many fewer clicks reboots and general effort go into a Ubuntu or OS X install compared to this. Another fun area is how they managed to make Explorer so slow and strange compared to past versions, I wonder how long it took them to figure out how to prevent it from connecting to Samba. It’s been great for coffee breaks, I can’t figure out how to print, use network servers or open files so there’s that much more downtime to go on breaks. Thanks Window 7!
This player is amazing, works on Mac/Linux/DOS . So you can have the same player no matter what OS you are stuck with. It’s super-fast compared to other popular players. Whereas other SQL-based players choked scanning my library this one had no problems. It’s free as in freedom open-source. It’s fast and easy to use with fully customizable hot-keys (if your OS lets you do that). I hope it becomes the default player in KDE.
So I am reading a newspaper article. The install extension bar comes on WTF. Spyware? no…They have a browser extension to help me get their news better. Like the fuckign bookmark is not working? It got me to your site, “DIRECT IN MY BROWSER” even! Then they eat up the screen with more app shit below it. Okay there’s an ad there too (being pushed aside by the stupid phone app notice – can’t they fuckign detect i’m not on a phone? it’s pretty easy in CSS )
YOU ALREADY HAVE A BIG GIANT APP ITS CALLED YOUR WEBSITE.