April 18, 2009 at 1:53 AM | Posted in Internet Rants | Leave a comment

He also invented the technology for accepting high quality PNG image uploads and instantly converting them to low quality JPGs.

Genius Appreciation #1

April 18, 2009 at 1:34 AM | Posted in Internet Rants | Leave a comment

This is a new segment (of my secret journal) focusing on unappreciated geniuses. This installment’s genius is the man who decided all YouTube subscribers should be listed completely randomly. The owner of this patented practice is currently in talks to license it out to other companies. I have suggested an improvement: that each page itself is random, potentially showing subscribers from the previous page. And if clicking “next page” could destroy a planet, it would be perfect.

Gerald Astonium Ferwilkins, inventor of randomized subscriber lists.

Gmail Helpfulness At All-Time High

April 13, 2009 at 10:20 PM | Posted in Internet Rants | Leave a comment

Signing in with multiple Gmail addresses

If you’ve registered more than one Gmail username and you’d like to switch addresses:

  1. Click Sign out at the top of any Gmail page.
  2. On the sign in page, enter the username and password for your other address.

Wow, really? I never would have thought of that. Nitwits!

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