If you add a new network (like, say, a work network), Facebook automatically defaults to allow everyone in that network to view your entire profile and photos - even if your previous privacy settings restricted viewing of these things to a much stricter level.
Good thing I caught this. Not that there’s anything I really need to hide from my co-workers, but I also don’t need them knowing everything about me.
I, Mr. Always Careful on the Internet, has been foiled by a spambot who somehow hacked into my GMail account and sent spam to all my contacts. Apologies for the spam e-mail... and well played, spambot hacker.
Since taking over the top job at the authority in September 2009, MTA Chief Executive Jay Walder has tried to cut costs at an agency that traditionally has been criticized as bloated and inefficient. That effort resulted in $525 million in annual savings.
Food for thought for those who blame the MTA alone for their financial problems.
This seems inappropriate at first glance, but once you consider the other means by which 9/11 has been exploited lately - for shredding the constitution or trying to institutionalize discrimination on the basis of race and religion - a bar crawl really doesn’t sound all that inappropriate at all.
Here’s the thing: Flacco is up against the Jets’ D. He’ll get me 10 points at his absolute best. Sam Bradford is up against Arizona. He could crack under the pressure or shine in his debut as an NFL QB. He could give me 20 points or 2 points.
Added complication: the minor detail that Bradford has nobody to really throw to.
Detail I’m overlooking right now: I need a better QB.
It may seem silly, but when the company installed the automated coffee machines in place of coffee makers, the quality of the coffee bottomed out. The coffee from the machines is absolutely awful - and the quality can vary anywhere between sludge and coffee-tinged water.
One of my deciding factors in leaving [company redacted] was the fact that my fellow employees were so tired of the broken promises about raises and staffing that it became a running joke. Everyone here knows they’re underpaid and overworked, and all they can do to cope with it is make jokes about it.