• aaa (unregistered)

    I once ran into website that was like forum with software ostensibly in English (it was a forum), but it was for users of another language, and I live in a country that uses yet another one.

    The forum detected where I am and auto applied one of its incomplete translations for me so I basically had mix of two languages for the 'UI' of the forum and yet another third language (which I speak none of) for the 'content' (posts, threads, etc.).

  • WTFGuy (unregistered)

    Ref the Samsung throttled downloads, I wonder how much is them scrimping on download bandwidth versus them not staffing their help desk to handle a tidal wave of service calls from the X% of downloaders who'll inevitably need help. If you can't download it today, you also can't call in with problems after the install goes awry or you can't figure out how to operate the new and "improved" version of whatever it is.

    Having a Samsung smartphone I can't say I'm impressed with their creeping (and sometimes creepy) improvements that add more "helpful" "social" features that interfere with my workflows.

  • Anonymous') OR 1=1; DROP TABLE wtf; -- (unregistered)

    if (current_firefox_version >= undefined) will always be false in JavaScript, so no, Jay B. does not meet the website's requirements.

  • RichP (unregistered)

    Mike S. made the right move. First a company starts cutting back on their vowels, then they cut the free coffee in the break room, then the staffing cuts begin... Michelle was probably just looking for a train to

  • nullterminated (unregistered)

    Adobe? Ugh. openelearningdotorg is a healthy alternative. And since null is a JavaScript primitive, you can very well be null.

  • (nodebb)

    If u cn rd ths u cn gt jb prgmr.

  • (nodebb)

    Four seconds is "within 24 hours", right?

  • (nodebb)

    There's probably a 1000-character limit on the input field for that job website, so the advertiser decided that vowels were the least important part of their job offer.

  • grkvlt (unregistered)

    What's even better about the USD 0.00 balance being topped up by AUD is that the text below explains this happens when the balance falls below £0, adding a third currency into the mic, for reasons?

  • (nodebb) in reply to grkvlt

    Ben here. When I first installed it, the Lime app proudly claimed I could get £3 free credit by referring friends. Australia is part of the Commonwealth so it must use the motherland currency, right?

    But the cost is/was AUD $1 to unlock plus 30c/minute and I got three unlocks for free. A workmate somehow got his entire $2.xx ride free.

    They have fixed it now. AUD everywhere.

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