I guess anything is better than flash.
Anyway, it seemed like it was useful to create an account on atari.com. First name, last name, and birthday are all required fields. OK fine. I expect that. But I didn’t expect them to PUBLISH that info. WTF???
JetPack installs it’s own comment form and kills your nice contact forms that you spent lots of time getting just right… <sarcasm>thanks.</sarcasm> WordPress gets me again! See this: https://contactform7.com/jetpack-overrides-contact-forms/ This is very frustrating since one of the happiest features on my site is that my contact Eric Shefferman form has a drop down selection for Don’t bother … Read moreJetpack kills Contact Form 7 — Like Because Why Not?
I remember Space Invaders well. It was the beginning of a whole new era — right at the start of high school. Video games had arrived and lunchtime involved playing Space Invaders, Asteroids, and then Pac Man and so on. But where did those Space Invaders come from? Why were they invading? What were their … Read moreCartoon That Explains Space Invaders
For a week or two (I’m pretty sure this started before Hurricane Irene) I’ve been having trouble accessing secure pages on amazon.com. I can’t see my past orders, reach my Amazon Cloud Drive, or now even place a new order. I discovered today that I can’t get the newegg.com site to work either — so I’ve got no way to order computer stuff I need.
At first I thought it was something corrupted on my main computer.
I’ve tried Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari browsers. Then I tried my older computer that’s running Linux. I’ve tried my laptop.
Nothing works. On amazon and newegg I can’t access any page that’s secure.
Amazon showed me a new clean look today… Nice design with lots of white. here’s a product page:Update: September 4, 2011 Now amazon has gone back to looking how it used to. (But I still can’t access my amazon account!!!). I did find this interesting article on the evolution of the amazon add to shopping cart button.