Hey Fox, start selling versions of these crafts that are up to the quality of the Etsy stuff and maybe you'd have a point to shut down those Jayne hats.
Will, Norm, there's no way either of you guys are busting down any doors yourselves.
Also, that Zombieland pilot was fucking atrocious and was one of the worst things I've ever seen.
I'm sort of glad they seem to be dropping the "Fake Outtakes" concept with how short they've been as of late. Just splice in stuff within the show. I've listened to every single episode of the podcast and just think it's weird they act like they end the show and then do it again.
Either way, entertaining show.
The movie "Flight" could be a good response to this. Human+machine for piloting is the safest alternative to adjust to any sort of adaptive change.
"Word pictures", weird groans, Apple talk, awkward transitions... it's Thursday (now Saturday) and time for my Tested podcast.
The whole "modern board games" crowd is interesting to say the least, but comes off as prudish and elitist a lot of the time. I've tried to get into deeply complex games, but they barely told my interest more than the alleged "Ameritrash" (definitely an elitist term) games that I've grown up with in my youth.
That being said, I do love Pandemic quite a bit. It's not some exhaustive, complex game just for the sake of being complicated. It was fairly easy to get into, with depth without coming off as overly snooty or complex without any other reason than to be complex.
McDonalds so does have a secret menu.
I love these, but guys, the forced laughter from you guys has got to stop. It's unnerving and downright uncomfortable at times.
I'm a big supporter of you Gary, but come on, don't insult Baltimore! It's one of the best cities and has some wonderful people with a great culture. It's a bit different than SF and NYC but that's what makes it great. Lots of great stuff too.
Really wish you guys would start doing these livestreamed again.
Either way, thanks for the quick upload.
I wondered where this was. It was a little weird Jeff's was up before this one, but nonetheless, I look forward to watching despite not being interested in the Windows OS.
To those that think Song of the South is racist: http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/team-nchick/nostalgia-chick/34312-song-of-the-south
iCloud's job is to handle this IMO.
I hate GIF as "jif" too, but I notice Will has a strange way of saying some words, he has an interesting phonetic delivery.
Finally. Been waiting for this.
Chrome/Safari have broken/not-as-well functioning versions of Ad-Block
Well now that Chrome's AdBlock+ blocks video ads I see little reason to cling to Firefox, that's the only thing that was holding me back.
I actually think Lion was better value for money, Mission Control alone was worth the $30 or however much it was.
I tried it. It doesn't get some of the versions that Firefox does. Especially Blip.tv ones and Justin.tv ones.
Either way this isn't related to the topic at hand. Rolled with it so long, it's just my thang.
Not too much on this release, in my opinion. If it wasn't $20, I'd be slightly outraged as this is basically what Lion was meant to be. I love the further iOS integration, but this should have been there since Lion's first dip into it.
But, it's a 20 dollar OS upgrade... I can't expect too much function out of it when more or less it's just an iCloud expansion.
I will say that, while I will never use it with a practical purpose reasonaablly, Air Play is very nice. I was wondering why this was held back for so long, but Mountain Lion to me is the step in the right direction towards the dream "one OS for multiple devices" platform. It needs some tweaks until we get there, though. Lots of them.
Siri Dictation is a nice bonus, but I can't see myself practically using it on a full iMac machine like I got. MacBook? Maybe, but my fingers speak much faster, and fluently than vocally. This could be helpful for the blind or those with issues relating to typing or sight in general I suppose.
Safari's upgrades make it look nice. I'm not a fan of Google much, so I never used Chrome (been on Firefox strong since 2004), and Chrome/Safari have broken/not-as-well functioning versions of Ad-Block, so I've been loyal to Firefox despite Lion features not being implemented until the recent FF14 upgrade. Online videos take up a lot of my online use, and a prettier Safari won't change that spam of car or restaurant ads that etch themselves to my videos beforehand.
Safari's iCloud bookmarks has me set on them using it for reading articles though, from time to time. I really like that, that's a great feature.
Overall, I'm not disappointed. It's a good buy. The jump wasn't even noticeable to me at all, however, once it finished installing on my devices. "Really? That's it?" I saw some dock additions, which I promptly removed, aside from App Store, which is a nice way to not segregate system updates from the rest anymore.
Although, even if it was horrible, I couldn't not use it. I have to have the latest update software, even if it's broken and gangly.
Forget modernist cuisine, I want futurist cuisine with pill packs substituting as meals.
Loving the variety of content on the site as of late.