I’ve finally turned up enough matter from official New Jersey websites to warrant flooding my blog with them all at once. (There is an animated GIF at the end.)
It has been a while since I posted. I was on vacation. Now I have a bunch of stuff to scan and many screen shots from previous time to put up and comment on.
Not often does a State one-up the feds and the rest of the 50+5, but Pennsylvania did that many years ago and on to the present.
Despite the first idea posted for this blog being bad interfaces, I only just now got to add a search function to it! It is in the header at the end of the page list and only shows up there. I suggest looking for something for the fun of it.
When installing a “device” in Windows (I think this was in 10), I noticed that the window it opened had a very large (double height) title bar:
Anyone know if this is a deliberate UI thing, or an MSFT accident?
At the State entity I work for, I’ve been annoyed twice by blatant scam robocalls. I decided finally I would report them. It didn’t work.
If you’ve ever used a credit card or debit card for an online purchase, you’ve probably had this happen.
Credit/debit cards (in the United States at least) have five fields associated with the account that have to be entered correctly for the payment to go through.
Wikipedia uses, on its pages, templates with links to kindred articels so you can see the relation between them and find similar subject matter. Here is a good example.
Now, for what I found: Template:DSLR_cameras_with_movie_mode
Hideous! It is hard to display so many different categories at once, and this is a good example of that.
[Edited September 3, 2019: Link was breaking.]
Technical post here. I noticed this obnoxious combination while using Firefox on Windows 10 recently (within the past week).