Why is this even news? Probably the same handful of people who saw Satan in Procter & Gamble’s logo in the 80s.
You want offensive coffee cups?
When you need offensive material, Southpark is just a click away.
They are both disasters.
It wasn’t all lameness yesterday.
Imgur.com changed their interface recently. It introduced a bug (at least in Safari) where the title doesn’t update when the picture changes.
I was showing a coworker how to bring up his iTunes purchase history (he got an email about buying a book he didn’t buy). Looking at my history, everything is correct. When I click on “Music” and then “Purchased” there’s a brand new U2 album in my work account.
I pasted the stuff back in, added a PS rant about the error that cleared the form data, changed the subject to match the first email, and “Continue” worked.
Not being Microsoft isn’t good enough any more.
Apple spellcheck decides something is spelled wrong and won’t let it go.
Why do something simple and boring like “your” when you can suggest:
n. 1. A fire worshiper; a Gheber or Gueber.
Also a “a type of speleothem in the form of a stone dam” according to Wikipedia.
Apple spellcheck, don’t be such a Gueber.
Trying out some other photo editors.
People I spam regularly have seen these. If something isn’t original or a derivative of an original (meme graphics mostly) I’ll credit when the source is known. Some have been posted to Fail Blog.
This restaurant had an awesome kludge on a thermostat using a fork. They freaked when they saw me trying to get a picture of it and took it down. I guess they thought I’d turn them in for a safety violation. I just thought it was funny. Good food. We go there a lot and they recognize us now.
A series on work-themed cartoons, funny or interesting things from work, and lots and lots of FAILS.
Before [some unnamed place where I am still employed] was privatized, work was actually fun sometimes. Don’t get me wrong, I still show up and try to give taxpayers value for their money but now I’m just another corporate drone with a 401(K).
Sure I get to poke fun at lopsided scans of management gibberish…
And goofy typos and topics…
But more and more my sympathies lie with the protesters.