This is an instance where someone on an enthusiast publication is covering a topic that they’re a fan of (and it would seem so are other people, judging by the traffic). They’re given the freedom to cover what they and the audience thinks is cool. Not because a company paid for it, not because there’s a demand for…
Exactly. I loved this about Billy. He never questioned it. Maybe he never even got it. It’s not outside the realm of possibility that being a Power Ranger was exactly as scary and unfamiliar as living a normal life for him. But he wasn’t going to let any diagnosis hold him back.
This mechanic makes sense, but I really, really, really wish it weren’t a game-interrupting cutscene every time. I understand from the glowy red embers and the red moon in the sky that it’s happening. I would like to continue questing, please.
Thanks! I think.
Thorin, this might be one of the best things you’ve ever written and I love it.
Incognito search has worked in the past (and this led to my misunderstanding, which I have corrected in the post above). As of right now, using Stalkscan in Incognito throws an error for every search, and I can’t find any official way to search Facebook without logging in. I’m going to chalk this up to my own…
We’ll update to clarify/correct, but you’re correct that as long as you’re logged into your account, it will show you information that you have access to. For everyone else, it will only show information that’s available to the public (unless you have access to their private info as well).
Curiously (and frustratingly) this used to be an option. While it always defaulted to Bing for search—which was easily fixed with a browser extension—you used to have the option to pick your default browser. They took that option away last year. Their reasoning had something to do with a “consistent experience” but it…
As much as I agree, “Verizon Brings Back Unlimited Data, As Long As You Define Unlimited Data As 22GB of LTE Speeds, With a Possibly Throttled Yet Still Technically Unlimited Connection After That” doesn’t really fit in a headline.
Hrm. Well, my usual method is to put on the Essential Weird Al and keep shuffling until I find one that works. This might be a better approach. I’ll try that.
For starters, the Echo and Home are viewed as more of a shared device. You might be able to do all of that with your phone, but maybe someone else in your house has an iPhone, or doesn’t have the always-listening feature enabled (which, personally, I hate on phones anyway). For example, I got my parents an Echo Dot.…
I appreciate that someone understands what we’re doing.
Alan, it’s been an honor to be a pain in your ass, a thorn in your side, and in the trenches beside you. I’ve learned that Lifehacker will always love on, but that doesn’t mean it can’t lose something along the way. You walked us through some hard times and no one will be able to thank you enough for that service. But…
This happens like once a week at least, dang.
This is fine for short-term storage, but for the long-term you may need to consider offloading to the liver. Be careful not to stress this storage unit’s capacity, though.
I will personally pester Alan about this, if it’s not already in the works. It’s no secret I’m a fan.
This is a cool Upgrade.
So, when are we going to discover Gene Roddenberry’s time machine?
He sure seemed to know a lot of keyboard shortcuts for a guy who thought they were quaint.