11 months ago
1 year ago
First and only entry some joker typed in on the Notes app on my iPhone. It’s so sinfully ugly that I have it buried in an iOS folder called “ugly apps”. I only discovered it today because I heard Notes would work with iCloud in the new Mountain Lion release.
It’s sad to hear that it’s still dominated by a yellow text-entry area that resembles a legal pad. The second-grader icons. There’s even a hint of torn paper at the top of the window, and yes, the app’s title bar offers a leather texture. Lame.
Edit: I’ve moaned about this before.

First and only entry some joker typed in on the Notes app on my iPhone. It’s so sinfully ugly that I have it buried in an iOS folder called “ugly apps”. I only discovered it today because I heard Notes would work with iCloud in the new Mountain Lion release.

It’s sad to hear that it’s still dominated by a yellow text-entry area that resembles a legal pad. The second-grader icons. There’s even a hint of torn paper at the top of the window, and yes, the app’s title bar offers a leather texture. Lame.

Edit: I’ve moaned about this before.

1 year ago
2 years ago
2 years ago

What a shitshow…roommate throwing a party and sent out invites to half the girls I dated last year…how to undo "i got da aids", "he died"?

2 years ago
2 years ago

DJ totally fucking up Biggie’s set. Dead.

2 years ago

I can’t stand the design of Notes on iOS (yes I know you can turn it to Helvetica, I still don’t want to be scribbling important notes on a fake Mead notepad). And the faux-leather effects on FindMyFriends and iCal? Horrible.

2 years ago

Seattle’s masked superhero crime fighter "Phoenix Jones" is now fighting an assault charge for allegedly spraying pepper spray on people who he claims were fighting. Seattle police claim the people were dancing.
Phoenix Jones, who has been unmasked by police as Benjamin Fodor, was arrested about 2:30 a.m. Sunday while still wearing his black and gold superhero costume, a bullet-proof vest and carrying two cans of pepper spray. Fodor is a member of Rain City Superhero Movement, a group of self-proclaimed superheroes who say they patrol the streets to fight crime.
He was charged with assaulting two people who police said were “dancing and having a good time” as they walked to their car. (via)

Seattle’s masked superhero crime fighter "Phoenix Jones" is now fighting an assault charge for allegedly spraying pepper spray on people who he claims were fighting. Seattle police claim the people were dancing.

Phoenix Jones, who has been unmasked by police as Benjamin Fodor, was arrested about 2:30 a.m. Sunday while still wearing his black and gold superhero costume, a bullet-proof vest and carrying two cans of pepper spray. Fodor is a member of Rain City Superhero Movement, a group of self-proclaimed superheroes who say they patrol the streets to fight crime.

He was charged with assaulting two people who police said were “dancing and having a good time” as they walked to their car. (via)

2 years ago