TeamViewer is phasing out their Google Chrome extension. To speed up this process, their are false-blocking their free license users with following message:
There are three stupid fuckups in action here.
First is that their moron developers aren't even able to display correct value of until when a lock will be in force.
Second that timeout mentioned in this message usually happens about 15-30 seconds after actually establishing connection.
And third fuckup is that when you turn off Chrome extension and immediately run full-featured client, you'll see that your account isn't actually blocked, because you have full, uninterrupted in anyway access to the other machines or users.
Turning off TeamViewer client and switching back to Chrome extension reveals that... you're again blocked.
...continue reading "A pretty fuckup with TeamViewer’s lock"
Amazon and its great Amazon Web Services (AWS) may not be fully prepared for fighting COVID-19, but they're surely prepared for a possibility of a... potential zombie invasion! Or for the fall of our entire civilization... Whatever comes first! :>
Hard to believe? Well... here is the proof.
...continue reading "AWS is ready for zombie invasion"
I had some issues with my latest Booking.com's booking. There were certain things missing in reality against offer, but I managed to settle it out with the property owner itself. She agreed to refund me a 10% of the price that I paid. She decided to process this refund through Booking.com. That's where the horror started.
In short, sharp words -- while only about thirty seconds was needed to pay for this booking, thirty days was not enough to process a refund! I am more than certain that (after years of uninterrupted cooperation) I will never use booking.com again.
...continue reading "How Booking.com is cheating on their customers"
An interesting side-effect of GDRP? We do not respect your rights for privacy and since your politicians forces us to do so, we won't let you access any content on our website...
Do we really wanted this?