it feels good to get rid of useless stuff

real good
[somekool@rockinTV ~]$ sudo pacman -R gail libgnomecanvas ruby-gnomecanvas \
                                     libbonobouiruby-gnome2 libgnomeui nautilus-cd-burner \
                                     gnome-python gnome-media rhythmbox
checking dependencies...
( 1/10) removing rhythmbox                          [########################################] 100%
( 2/10) removing gnome-media                        [########################################] 100%
( 3/10) removing gnome-python                       [########################################] 100%
( 4/10) removing nautilus-cd-burner                 [########################################] 100%
( 5/10) removing ruby-gnome2                        [########################################] 100%
( 6/10) removing libgnomeui                         [########################################] 100%
( 7/10) removing libbonoboui                        [########################################] 100%
( 8/10) removing ruby-gnomecanvas                   [########################################] 100%
( 9/10) removing libgnomecanvas                     [########################################] 100%
(10/10) removing gail                               [########################################] 100%
[somekool@rockinTV ~]$

Posted in , , , | Posted on 26 Oct 2008 08:13by somekool |

make money from not fixing your search engine

Amazon and Ebay showed us all the way, failed incoming search queries has got to be handled in a way to keep your customer around. But what do you do when you are too big to have any talented programmers and have too much overload in your corporate bureaucracy that you can't get anything done. You find a way to make money from not fixing your search engine. That's what the Guinness world record website has done. Apparently so, I tried searching for several keywords: "No matching records found" is all I got as an answer. [guinness world record.com broken search](/files/world_record_search.png) use your cellphone, text this number to receive paid spam until you spend hours with your cellphone company to get rid of these. is it me or this is looking REAL bad.

Posted in | Posted on 17 Oct 2008 13:33by somekool |

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