For Xmas, I got Rae one of the new Galaxy Nexus phones.
While a little large for my liking, the phone is pretty and Ice Cream Sandwich seems a decent incremental upgrade, despite a number of applications not yet . . .
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I use Apple's Aperture software for photo editing and management. I played with a number of packages, including Lightroom before settling into the flow of Aperture. For the most part, it's reasonable software. There are a few areas it could make things easier – bulk editing meta-tags, for instance – but what software . . .
→Read More: Wide open Apertures bring Macs to their knees.
Rae's considering upgrading the the new Apple iPhone 4S. She has a 3GS at the moment, and during our time together she's been migrated into the Apple eco-sphere – iPad, Macbook Pro, y'know, the usual – so it's a logical . . .
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For a reason I can't yet determine, Google have decided that breaking onClick handling on select lists on Mac OS X and Linux is a 'WontFix' issue.
I discovered this while investigating a suspected-to-be-ajax related issue at a client's site but soon found out it's the core event that's . . .
→Read More: Google Chrome breaks onClick functionality on Mac OS X, Linux
One sentence that's almost guaranteed to rile me up is: "We're doing this for security reasons!" (or similar).
Last week, I requested a change of company name on my telecoms account. This is what I sent:
I need to change the company name on this account from ********* to DDA . . .
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