Did you know your prayers are already promised to you? Jesus says, in John 14:13-14, “Whatever you ask in my name, this I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If you ask me anything in my name, I will do it.” Why, then, have we grown up, from childhood, with…
I upgraded to the Android “Froyo” 2.2 today and I’m very pleased with the upgrade process and the results.
Update 2014-12-03: I have a new, better, simpler fix for this. Earlier this year the original solution I had stopped working. The problem is the electrical contacts (little circular pads for each button on the inside of the fob) were slowly disintegrating. You can tell because the black part is starting to wear through. While…
I often find myself using super glues to fix delicate things. I often think I can fix a circuit board, like say my car key fob, by faking soldering by using super glue to hold the metal contacts together. It’s not necessarily always successful. Everyone knows Krazy-brand glue and everyone also knows it’s pretty cheap stuff. It doesn’t really live up to its promises. So I googled around and I found some more options.
I wrote earlier about how Chrome was winning me over. Well, after a brief fling, I’m back to Firefox and I now find it not so bad.
Kudos to Google for their work on the Chrome browser. More and more I leave work at work and so my home computers don’t need all the extensions and features of firefox for web development. And so Google Chrome really, really growing on me.
Google, one of the legends that came with your company was Don’t Be Evil, but this quote from Google CEO Eric Schmidt is atrocious, “If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place.”
Google announced today the launch of Google Public DNS and it’s a boon to everyone under the tyranny of the brutal practice of your ISP hijacking DNS requests and spamming you with search+ads pages when a domain name really doesn’t exist.
Is gmail spamming us based on google searches?