Friday, April 17, 2009

Techo Bitching - Where the F are my pictures going?

Android Dev Phone (again)
I took many pictures with my lame ass Dev phone during these past few weeks. What is bizarre is that after I emailed them to my other gmail account is that they never made it there...weird thing is that they used to.

So where are my stupid photos going, someone pls tell me? Hopefully not someone else. He /she is going to receive a series of photos that don't make sense, like a violin (which I name Shitty, for its quality of sound and color), a steak and some body builders (haha). And Google said they improved their mobile Gmail. Well dude, you gotta improve some more. Seriously.

Very adorably, just when I was thinking of building an app to allow blogging from my phone (since I tried two weeks ago to blog here via my phone - discovering I couldn't). Google has set up two features, blogging from your phone and blogging from your email. Well being the cheapo, I am just going to try the Email one, and report what happens. If it ends up being sent to someone else or lost in space, I am going to be PISSED.

Big M people love Big G search
Isn't it ironic that Ole Bill forbids Melinda and kiddies from buying iPhone and iPod when his staff are rampantly using Google to do their online searches, and not their own Ah, talk about leading a horse to water and can't force it to drink/drown...Well actually it can, just block Hahaha!!!

Just read what Ina Fried says at CNET, "Microsoft's lackluster search share isn't limited to Redmond. The latest monthly statistics, released Friday, show Microsoft with just 10.3 percent of the U.S. market, according to Nielsen Online, compared with 64.2 percent for Google and 15.8 percent for Yahoo. More importantly, the company had year-over-year growth of less than 1 percent compared to 16 percent growth for the market as a whole."

We love you Pirate Bay!!!
While I don't *censored* from Pirate Bay, I do love information sharing. And I am super annoyed at those big companies which think they can stomp on us little guys, who are also their customers. Don't they understand that if we like something we see, we will buy it? The Pirate Bay guys are just helping to spread the word. How else are we supposed to find out what's the newest and latest in the other markets (e.g. US), if we are limited to waiting patiently for them to reach us on the other side of the world?

Now Peter Sunde, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, Fredrik Neij, and Carl Lundström have lost the criminal case against them and are sentenced to one year jail each. On top of that, the civil claim (made together with the criminal case) requires them to pay up US$3.6M to 17 media companies, such as Sony BMG, Warner Bros. Entertainment, MGM Pictures, Columbia Pictures Industries, Twentieth Century Fox Film, Universal, EMI, Blizzard Entertainment etc. I reserve judgement on the moolah issue, but seriously, 1 year jail?!!!

Fight on! Our Heroes!

Read full article @ CNET.

This blog is starting to look like it's my own. I was thinking of moving my tech stuff to another blog but then this one will be like... DEAD. Seems like more people worldwide read this more often than ourselves.

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