Oh yes. I found it!
Daily Archives: October 11, 2010
We rent a building near the South Street Seaport in New York, on the East River, down at the end of Wall Street, and we have everything in there. All the offices and even Will’s apartment is there.
Boldfaced emphasis added by me.
What? Even Will’s apartment?!
If that’s true, they did a damn good job with that set! I thought it was an actual NYC apartment!
In Search Of … Rubicon Locations #2
In Search Of … Rubicon’s Conference Room
Rubicon’s API Gets On Twitter
In Search Of … Rubicon Locations
In Search Of … Rubicon’s Episode 9 Book
In Search Of … Rubicon’s Episode 8 Meeting Places
In Search Of … Spangler’s Rubicon Office Side Window
In Search Of … Spangler’s Rubicon Office, Sequel
In Search Of … Spangler’s Rubicon Office
In Search Of … Kale’s Rubicon Office
Yeah, Baby! I Start At API Tomorrow!
In Search Of … The Rubicon Entrance
In Search Of … The Rubicon Roof
Microsoft is aware of the issue and says it has eliminated the network in more recent versions of Windows. It also created a fix to the problem for the older version of Windows XP — Windows XP Service Pack 3 — but many people still haven’t updated their computers.
That’s for the little Quislings who ran here to defend Blio’s crapware that required SP3 and even more MS bloatware.
If Microsoft is telling you people haven’t upgraded, believe it! That’s your Daddy talking, Quisling!
The system turns out to be counter to my intuition, but still, there’s actually a way to buy eBooks with a Borders Gift Card!
Here, I’m going to simulate buying a book.
What is wrong with all of these companies that have hooked into Google Books? Are all of the people at them non-readers? Lazy? Mere suckhogs who never do a proper job and who show up only because they feel entitled to a check of some kind?
I’m stabbing Sony in this post because it was at its Reader Store that I did this. Also, Sony was the first to hook up with Google, then all of the other eBookstores followed it.
But all of them should be similarly ashamed!
See the wretched gore after the break.
Here is the guide to viewing the three episodes:
Episode 1: WTF? But that was oddly good.
Episode 2: WTF? My god, was that awful!
Episode 3: Yes, this is exactly what Conan Doyle himself would have done today. It’s full of WIN!
But you can’t skip episode 2 because it’s necessary for character development.
I can’t wait for the next group of Sherlock!