I got a message on my computer today. There's a new version of Skype! It's only been 6 months since their last developer's blog post. I should know, I check every few days to see if, by some act of God or Management, they're forced to actually post something.
It seems even a new version of their product doesn't warrant a post. Nice to know they care.
Anyways, what's new with the new version? Why, it's a list of items that were new last July! How useful. They can't even post a changelog for the last two versions of their software. Why should I download the new version, exactly? Oh, yeah. Because I'd asked if they could fix a really annoying 'feature'.
On to why the software itself sucks:
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Thursday, November 19, 2009
I'm not really a big fan of posting news items to blogs, but I had to share this:
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Police say two Anchorage men who were baby-sitting a girlfriend's children set a 5-year-old boy's hair on fire with what they called a "redneck flamethrower."
Posted by Kyle at 8:16 PM
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
In 5th grade I went to something called the Young Writer's Conference. Ostensibly it was an event for elementary school students who had an interest in writing to get together with teachers and authors, acting as mentors, and learn different techniques about how to be creative. In reality, I think most of us signed up simply to get Brian Jacques to autograph our Redwall books.