ZAGG used to be good, is now bad. You probably should stop buying their screen protectors and cases. Do you have a brand you like?
Someone told Google that my “LInkedIn Jobs Filterer” Chrome extension violates LinkedIn’s trademark. It doesn’t. What can I do about it, when I can’t afford to pay lawyers to defend a free, open-source extension?
Misinformation and omissions in Science Friday’s COVID coverage endanger people’s health. The program should devote a lot more time to interviewing the experts who have been sounding the alarm about COVID than they do to the “experts” who have been downplaying the pandemic and denying scientific realities.
Even if you jump through all of PayPal’s hoops and give them all the information they ask for when creating an account, they may still decide to arbitrarily lock you out of your account and never restore your access.
I tried to dispute incorrect information. The process didn’t fully work at any of the agencies. I was eventually able to dispute all of the incorrect information at one, but I was unable to dispute some or all at two others and eventually gave up. The credit reporting agencies are terrible.
When you force people to use hard-to-remember passwords, you’re actually forcing them to use bad passwords.
Garmin data exports measure activity energy in joules but label it as calories. 1 calorie == 4.184 joules.
The Internet Archive couldn’t leave well enough alone, and now we’re all going to pay the price.
[If you’re just arriving at this story for the first time, start here.] Chapter 3: The Verdict Alas, the magistrate ruled in favor of CVS, so I’m out the $150 towing fee, plus the $4.60 for the letter I sent them demanding reimbursement, plus the $40 small claims fee. D’oh. These decisions do not typically… Read More »
LastPass sent out an email and published a blog posting today to go with the support article they published earlier this week. They keep making things worse.