Monthly Archives: June 2016

Well, that was pointless

My S7 has a glitch, a known one, without one apparent cause or cure. It also affects S7 Edge. The phone will turn the lock screen on all by itself. After a few seconds it will shut off.  And this … Continue reading

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Beginning to border on harassment.

Earlier this year, I bought a CD (used) on Amazon, as it was listed in “VERY GOOD” condition.  1: It was flagged by AQIS, opened, inspected, foreign substance on outside of the CD case tested. 2:  The CD playing surface … Continue reading

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EUREKA! (not the TV series, although it was quite good)

Ever since I got the new motherboard and CPU installed, got the computer back up and running, I have been hammering away at little things. Soundblaster Wireless headset not working – Alan and I kept working on it, no joy. … Continue reading

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After a bit of chitchat with a Microsoft tech

And reading a bit more, I figured I would play around some more to get the old bluetooth dongle to work.  I followed on help site, but Windows kept trying to install many “Bluetooth Peripheral Devices”.. over and over. So, … Continue reading

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NRA and Gun nut logic:

If you make laws regarding guns, only law abiding gun owners would adhere to them. Criminal won’t. You can use this (non)logic in regards to any and all laws. Drunk driving is illegal, the majority of people follow the law. … Continue reading

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The ephemeral nature of street art

  I spotted this bit of artwork on the face of a single brick in a local carpark/parking structure, and I am glad I took photo of it as the wall it was decorating was hit by a car, and … Continue reading

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As I know that during Beta Testing, little things matter

I have been testing the beta version of the Pulse camera remote. And with the exception of a few things, I haven’t found anything not to like. Started off rocky, as mine arrived a bit earlier than expected, and the … Continue reading

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