When I went to New Zealand last year, I decided to take my bike with me. I’d have a van the whole time, so moving it around with me would be easy. And Air New Zealand allowed me two free bags, one of which could be a bicycle. If you’re interested in travelling with your […]
Newly minted Pulitzer Prize winner Mark Fiore â€” whose app is now in the iTunes Store â€” had this to say: Since winning the prize brought attention to Apple’s policy of rejecting iPhone apps that “ridicule public figures” I figure the least I can do is devote more resources to ridiculing public figures.”
Earlier this year, the nuns on Cupertino’s app store approval team removed 5000 applications for having sexual content. Fine. Be a prude. But what makes this funny is that Apple’s left hand doesn’t know what its right hand is doing: the music store will sell you D12’s Nasty Mind, which contains lyrical gems such as […]
How does it make sense for UPS to keep my package in a warehouse â€” 19 miles from my house â€” for two days?
To reach Ride Snowboards’ customer service, call their parent company, K2 Sports at (206) 805-4800â€Ž. Then push 1 (for customer service), 2 (for snowboards), 2 (for Ride) and 2 (for consumers).
Liz Danzico wrote a great little essay on two flaws in our culture: Saying things we don’t mean to be “polite” (“Let’s get together soon”) Agreeing to do something and then cancelling on the person The post is concise and thoughtful â€” read the whole thing â€” and concludes with this: 4. Donâ€™t cancel Ever. […]
From the January 9, 2010 Herald Sun:
When you update your Facebook account and link your interests and activities to the new community pages, Facebook automatically assigns a picture to represent each interest. Sometimes that doesn’t work very well: