Monthly Archives: May 2011

Maps.

Sometimes it’s as if the world is reading my directions and doing exactly the opposite. I updated Google Maps on my phone yesterday.  I wish I hadn’t.  They’ve introduced a new map rotation feature. This in itself is wrong.  A … Continue reading

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Adobe Flash.

A (one presumes billed as “seamless”) update process that requires clicking yes to a dialog box, confirming a UAC operation, and reading a licence agreement. I think the most egregious step is that every minor update should require accepting a … Continue reading

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