I don’t think so. Really. I think they’re just as morally questionable as any big tech company, and I think their prices are ridiculous. So why do I keep using them?Continue reading →
I get it. RSS was made at a time when webpages took an eternity to load. When there were so many popup ads and kitschy animated GIFs and <blink> tags that it’d make your eyes vomit. Here’s a way to get only the text content you want off all your favorite weblogs, without unnecessary hypertext insanity, synced to your PC to read with no loading. And for a time, it was glorious.Continue reading →
The row of products links at the top of Apple’s website has been a stable paradigm for as long as I have been alive. The products have shifted around over time, as the computing landscape has changed more in the last decade or so than probably any other time in history. But there’s still one product, once a best seller, now confusingly buried underneath the “Music” tab and rarely mentioned: the lone iPod touch. Continue reading →
Happy Halloween! Here’s a regularly scheduled article that’s not spooky or pumpkiny in any way. Well, it spooked me in high school at least. Today’s message from old me is about “the draft”, which, admittedly, I don’t think about as much anymore. Ideally it’d be fixed, but Congress is better at procrastination than even I am. As last time, I stand by my opinions, but don’t judge my current writing based on this.
Mandatory registration has no place in our future
Apologies in advance that I’m not very well researched on the details of this system and the laws around it. I’m just venting my opinion. Continue reading →
OK, I’m done. The 2-year Crunchyroll-Funi partnership experiment has ended, and guess what? It’s because Sony forced them out of it so they could expand Funimation internationally. So future Funi licenses (such as, I assume, the upcoming fourth season of My Hero Academia) won’t be on Crunchyroll, and vice versa. This’ll probably also impact simuldubs, since a lot of those were CR licenses. This sucks, man. Continue reading →