Have a great weekend.
Think this is funny? Think this is some kind of mother flipping joke? Mother flippers think everything’s a mother flipping joke.
Why you should never celebrate too early.
Damn! That is whack!
Back when I was at Uni, a close friend (who drove a Toyota Supra) and I used to attract parking inspectors like magnets (needless to say, our girlfriends were not impressed!). There was very little we could do too, some of the inspectors would “camp out” and await our batch of cars (we had a system!) as we swapped each others cars in the hopes we don’t get fined, then BAM! fined. Anyway, those days are long gone. Most of the areas we parked are now permit zoned but these days, inspectors seem to be far more aggressive with fines with very little leniency.
Anyway, that was win for you and me kiddo. For the helpless people that need hope and encouragement, we may not win the war, but we’ve won the battle.
I was innocently attempting to post a comment on an article in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Then after a few refreshes, it decided to take it to the next level.
It was not to be however, even after several attempts the CAPTCHA failed to validate! A good way to end the week!
Posted at Australia Post in Blackburn.
Apple Propaganda, I mean PR
I posted about Microsoft’s four new Windows 7 commercials the other day and yes, they *are* commercials – they tell you a bit about the product they’re advertising. Now let’s take a look at Apple’s attempts – great PR btw! I think they were going for: ‘lets create the most douchebaggy thing to publicise our product and have people post blogs about it’. Well here’s some free PR work courtesy of Apple.
Bill Gates may go down in history for the BSoD for Windows 98 but lest we forget that little kid in school who was always jumping up and down for attention, teasing the smarter kids because he just wasn’t getting any attention.
“Now what is this? I dunno, but it works.” – Steve Jobs
“It’s pretty awesome when it works.” – Steve Jobs
It sure is Steve, it suuuuure is. Think Different. It just works. I wonder how they’ll cover having an ad-supported Mac OS X operating system in the future?
As a confused veteran of the Mac informs us:
Ok accidentally clicked on “guest account” to log into my mac…was taking a while to log in so i walked away, came back a minute later and i was greeted with my normal login list again, my usual acc, and the guest user, this time i clicked on the correct one and when it started up i now have a VERY simple desktop, std snow leopard desktop (not my normal desktop pic) and cant see any HD.
Ive been using macs for decades.. what the heck have i done here? repeated restarts and logins never get me back to me usual user acc?… errrm panic kicking in
They should have a feature listing for that, finely tuned operating system level porn mode! Maybe for iSkeet Leopard 2.0!
But in all seriousness you should disable your guest account, its not worth loosing your /home over. Hopefully you’ve kept backups to revert to. QA much?