a word to the 'why's: sarchasm
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 9:06:31 PM
If only our
While the USA dispatches its military might to
Even the British Guardian "newspaper" gave tips on hiding on-line activities from Google. Only the usual, meaningless content blocking, though. Of course, they still use googlesyndication (amongst very many other advertisement services), but that's hardly a surprise.
Wouldn't it be much easier if we had a check-box to deny third-party everything?
Imagine how fast pages will load without waiting for
If only it was that simple.
If only Google hadn't renamed its Android Marketplace. Shortly after I'd created several QR codes. Just after I'd noticed my.opera.com scales photos to (at least) three different ratios. And the album image shown on the blog page is random and not the designated cover image. And the displayed album is also random. And what's the point of deliberately setting lower-case tags if Opera chooses to over-ride them? And why have descriptions of any kind if they're hidden in a corner, and only on the image page, instead of being located near the actual image all the time?
Of course, it may be possible to do all that. Just to be on the safe side, I'd best double-check. Let me just search Google...
Sarchasm: the gulf between the author of sarcastic wit, and the