So I let the daily blogging thing go by the wayside. Winters – or, more accurately, waiting for spring to really get rolling – are a bit boring on the ranch. I probably should have been painting more, or working more on the neverending to-do list, but the fatigue factor really got to me. Now . . . → Read More: Catching up
Disgusting. There is simply no other word for it.
My letter to the Susan G Komen Foundation.
“I am disgusted by your craven act of defunding Planned Parenthood under the guise of the organization being “under investigation” when it is clear you have caved in to those who think womens’ bodies should be under the . . . → Read More: Not another dime
The question being: why do so many people get the hell out of tech? This is why.
User: Mail from (IP) is being blocked.
Us: What is the reject message?
User: It says at this link that (IP) is listed at (some obscure spam list).
Us: What is the reject message? The (IP) is not . . . → Read More: The answer to the question
If you refuse to listen to us after asking how to solve a problem, then bitch at us because “our” application – which is not “ours”, genius, something the giant COPYRIGHT notice at the bottom of the application clearly states – is broken because you can’t use a singular function you’d like us to believe . . . → Read More: Tip from tech support number whatever
When you are contacting us for support, because you’re working on a site for one of our clients, here are some tips on how to piss off the very people you’re asking for help.
Open a ticket saying you can’t upload to an application you’ve installed. Don’t include any other information. We love trying to . . . → Read More: How to piss off tech support, part infinity