When you are downloading something from SourceForge they what to show you a quick overview on when this or that thing was last time released, active etc. And so... looking today (October 8th) we can learn that April 9th was half a year ago:
In the same time we can discover that... April 6th was... a year ago!
Well, I'd love to have Spring again! :)
It is just a very small element. Thus, you can be surprised how this once great software hosting house could waste it.
Edge has (among many other!) a very cool feature of generating scientific cite for each site you visit. All you have to do, is to click two items in browser's menu:
Pity is that... it doesn't work! :)
And, no... the problem with an incorrect date does not come from the fact that there is no actual page opened. As I managed to check it, this works like that on every page that you visit and would like to cite!
Some time ago Vimeo has silently changed their prices for their paid services. If you have "an old" account (enrolled before that changed happened) you see a different prices (much lower!) and you have a different terms (much more favorable!) than you are offered when you register a new Vimeo account today.
In short and sharp words: You are paying (much!) more for getting (much!) less!
I am trying to setup a DDNS domain at my Asus RT-AX58U router. I am asking it to use nowa.asuscomm.com domain and it replies that this is impossible... because nowa.ddns.me domain has already been registered:
I am leaving Google! Effectively and permanently! I am slowly (as my other obligations allows) move all my services out of this mad company.
Because it employs morons and I don't want to neither work with nor talk to idiots.
Here you have a beautiful example:
Gmail is not able to fetch email from some external account for TWENTY ONE DAYS and... displays absolutely no warning in the main screen.
The only way user is able to learn that something is wrong with its credentials, account etc. is to dig through settings. Because there is no feature to display such important (the most important!) message in Gmail's main screen.
I cannot imagine deepness of stupidity of a person who designed Gmail in this way.
An absolute gem! I find hard it to believe that such thing is possible in year 2022! And that no tester has ever caught such enormously stupid thing:
The good question is who to blame? Firefox testers, Twitter QA or both? But, the truth is that such thing is possible only in Firefox. Any other (normal) browser works exactly as expected and shows "0 Following".
OK, after years of refusing, I finally decided to register an Instagram account. No, no fukin self-promotion, but rather to "save" company name for a future-use project, before someone takes it for me.
I went to that dully website, filled all those tiny (at my large screen) forms, provided some verification code to tell these morons that I am not a robot (like they're) and... then I hit the wall with the "Open Proxy" sign on it.