@mmichel As said in the bug report page, if a problem is already being discussed in the forums or in the blog comments, then there should already have a bug report for it and there is no need to do another one.
There's a small coffee roasting company (Mother Lode Roasting Company) from my hometown in California I'm from that has the best bags of whole bean coffee. There's no reason for them to have this. No coffee growing, no coffee culture, not even that many coffee shops. But for some reason it's tasty. My favorite is their Sunrise Blend which is also what my dad drinks. Been having it from about age 12.
I store them unceremoniously on a shelf at room temperature, but do try to only grind my coffee just before use. Electric grinder. Then I use a cone filter to do a pour over into a steel insulated carafe I have. Tastes great, I can make it as strong as a I want, and stays hot for several hours while I'm working. I normally drink it black and my BCC (Blood Coffee Content) is at least a .16 at all times.
@joshl said in What music do you like to listen to - share it with us:
Clarinet Concerto A minor...
My downloaded file's name says "major".
I don't know what those mean anyway:) I always thought "major" is "funny" and "minor" is "not funny":D
Some not so bad development recently!
It appeared my mobile operator had got a subsidiary ISP! A new server just recently popped up in my Ookla tests: "Megafon"; amazing results!
I called them MO and asked, they told it was theirs, which I just mentioned:)
Cool, cosy or both? This morning's test:
@leocg I think this is funny, because there are MANY other folks that have complained about this issue, Google has NEVER addressed it....and funny because I may have to search for an extension that disables this.
Well...I hve tried every popup blocker offered, and nothing works, this is a function that obviously Google does not want to offer a choice to disable.
@joshl OK. I had assumed the d: drive was a physically different piece of hardware - I hadn't considered it as being a separate partition on the same physical drive as c:. The possibility of surface problems on a second physical drive was why I raised the earlier question. With both partitions instead living on the same drive, the odds are that if there aren't sector/drive issues on one partition, the same would be true for the other partition.
I certainly hope you can get yourself on the road to some meaningful healing finally... I assume it's still the arm issue?