@Reid-Cooper They also eat the asian equivalent of breadsticks over there to mark the occasion:
Every week I've been saying it's right around the corner, so... it's right around the corner.
In other news, Node.js seems to have launched v5... so now officially, Node.js burns through major revisions faster than we issue patch revisions. What a world we live in.
Some of the software on these routers is atrocious. I don't just mean the awful grammar and spelling in the ASUS router I bought, but I wouldn't be surprised at all if password checking was just something like:
var password = document.getElementById('password').value, correctPass = 'foobar'; if (password == correctPass) window.location.href = "/secure/index.html";
I prefer my TVs to be "dumb", just monitors.
Likewise. The same goes with cars, though I also feel this way because car and television manufacturers are pretty godawful at creating a good interface.
Last time I had a GPS device, the wanted $299 and a US shipping address to deliver the map update package, a digital asset. Why bother when the interface and maps are updated for free by Google?