A few weeks ago Google shipped an update to Chrome that fundamentally changes the sign-in experience. From now on, every time you log into a Google property (for example, Gmail), Chrome will automatically sign the browser into your Google account for you. It’ll do this without asking, or even explicitly notifying you. (However, and this is important: Google developers claim this will not actually start synchronizing your data to Google — yet. See further below.)
Your sole warning — in the event that you’re looking for it — is that your Google profile picture will appear in the upper-right hand corner of the browser window. I noticed mine the other day:
The change hasn’t gone entirely unnoticed: it received some vigorous discussion on sites like Hacker News. But the mainstream tech press seems to have ignored it completely. This is unfortunate — and I hope it changes — because this update has huge implications for Google and the future of Chrome.
I use Brave (the browser) and its works pretty well for just about everything. I use Chrome (until today) for logging into work because it was a bit smoother and I didn’t care that Google knew where I worked. Now, good-bye Chrome.
“The dream that I’ve had sine I was a little girl … And the dream is quite simple. To hold the baby born of the man that I love and care deeply for.”
Gosh. That’s a beautiful sentiment. Too bad she didn’t focus on that and now wants to blame society for not having what she “really” wanted. Seems like she’s in the “epiphany phase” as described by Rollo and others, but she has gotten there a few years (She’s 26 I think) before the usual age of 28-29. No matter, her VBYs (Very Best Years, 18-22) are all gone and if she got married tomorrow, the beta-bucks guy would just get an extra 24 months or so of the less steep part of the downward curve of her SMV.
“I don’t wanna play victim” but she’s gonna go ahead and play victim.
Her sister is correct. She’s wasting her time with this Youtube bullshit.
N.B. She’s calling this her quarter-life crisis. Hope she’s not a Math Professor, as most women in Aussie-land only live for 84.8 years (still better than U.S. females at 81.0).
“Tell her not to walk upstream. She may not like what she sees.”
Serious question: how much better off would America be today if the 19th Amendment never existed?
Though she envisions herself as some computer-software-tech (just “TECH”, they call it now) wizard, Miss Wu has a mighty youtube following due simply to her mighty artificial mammary glands and a scantily-clad hot body. She’s under some kind of mistaken impression that it’s her soldering and wire-stripping abilities, skill at following a schematic, and possible dexterity with Dremel tools that have been getting her the up-votes. Yeah, see, this is what I mean by post-menopausal only, for anything more than city water department clerk.
One may find these videos on youtube easily**, so I won’t recommend a specific one, though they are better enjoyed with the sound off. You’re not going to be watching them for technical content, as the fact is that nowadays there is nothing hard about making any project that uses computer logic and LEDs. These are what Miss Wu seems to enjoy as clothing enhancements, to bring attention to herself, which aids in the struggle for women to be judged by their words not their, well, “electric boobs”.
“She’s under some kind of mistaken impression that it’s her soldering and wire-stripping abilities, skill at following a schematic, and possible dexterity with Dremel tools that have been getting her the up-votes.”
Now I disagree with that interpretation, as it seems obvious to me that she dresses like an anime character because she knows exactly that its her big fake tits and tiny skirts that are getting her those views on her Boob-tube channel.
She calls herself “Machinery Enchantress” but we all know that Mistress Mammary or maybe Silicone Sorceress would be the more accurate monikers.
Nearly half of the residents in the nation’s five biggest cities do not speak English at home, choosing instead their native language, according to the latest Census Bureau data that details the impact of a decade of soft immigration policies.
Overall, a record 67 million do not speak English at home, said the bureau. That is nearly double in 27 years.
In its just-released analysis of the Census data, the Center for Immigration Studies said, “As a share of the population, 21.8 percent of U.S. residents speak a foreign language at home — roughly double the 11 percent in 1980.”
The Center added, “In America’s five largest cities, 48 percent of residents now speak a language other than English at home. In New York City and Houston it is 49 percent; in Los Angeles it is 59 percent; in Chicago it is 36 percent; and in Phoenix it is 38 percent.”
The findings come as more and more reports emerge about both Americans and foreigners getting into heated debates over speaking English.
I understand why morons don’t see this as a problem. It’s because they’re morons.
Not a very good movie really, but the Martians were funny and just a bit scary.
You can tell she’s all business, I mean law-ness by how she wants to be photographed for this serious issue. Is she sitting behind her desk looking professional or standing in front of a shelf of law books with her arms crossed? Nope, it’s Glamour Shots time.
They are everywhere, these Frogmen Nationalists with their sinister hand sign suggesting, “It is OK to be a Frogman.” Viewers are advised to remain calm but to report any and all sightings to the Coast Guard and/or Strategic Air Command. Likely causes include climate change and Trump.
Some of my best friends are frogmen, just kidding, we’re hill people. Ma wouldn’t let us talk to no lake-bottom frog-folk. Even so, some of them gals were awful pretty.
No front-hole, but the top-hole works good enough.