1,000 ... yes, 1,000th blog post.
Well, for the past couple of years I've been wanting to hit this mark at the end of the year (like as a New Years Eve post), but in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, I had failed. Now it's the 1st of May, I can't exactly keep the site quiet for another 7 months, so today will have to do.
As it's my 1,000th post, I suppose I should do that whole "let's take a trip down memory lane" thing... so, here we go...
Way back in September 2005 - on the... [read more]
I think I have came across quite possibly the best extension (which the exception of uBlock Origin) for Google Chrome, Wurstify.
The extension is totally free and installs very quickly on to Google Chrome and, as you may have guessed from the extensions name (If you remember Conchita Wurst) it shoves a beard on to any picture it can whilst you browse the internet.
To show it in action, I did a nice simple Google Image search for "female politicians" and the results are like so:
I activated the extension and now, BEARDS!
I personally cannot stop laughing...... [read more]
Over the past couple of days Twitter rolled out its most recent update, which is the ability to send a DM to anyone - even if you don't already follow them. And you would expect with *any* type of change, people moan... and I'm quite dumbfounded as to why people are moaning about it?
By default, the option (as you can see below) is unticked/unchecked.
So you're not "open" to DM's from *anyone*, so you shouldn't be moaning! And if you're such an absolute retard to... [read more]
The end is nigh for Internet Explorer - the dreaded 19 year old web browser that we've all came to hate. Riddled with more bugs than your local town hooker, Microsoft have now stopped with the development of Internet Explorer (obviously security patches and stuff will still be sent out) and are now focusing on their new web browser titled Spartan.
I've yet to get hold of a copy of Spartan to give it a little whirl, but I'm guessing - as both IE and Spartan run off the Trident engine - it'll just be Internet Explorer... in a dress... with... [read more]
Firstly, I'll start this article with a couple of warnings...
This article CONTAINS some terms which others may find OFFENSIVE (they're being used in the correct context for this article [uncensored]).
This article is NOT in support of racism.
This article is NOT defending a UK councillor, this is merely a general thought that arose in light of recent events.
That's that bit out the way, so, as I've just said "this is merely a general thought" which popped into my head this morning when I was listening to the radio and it made me... [read more]