I for one will be happy to see the carpool stuff removed. I hated how it forced its way onto my screen when I have absolutely no use for it.
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This reminds me of my old tech support job when dialup was the way you got online from home. I was befuddled by a user that could not connect, and nothing I tried over the phone worked. So I decided a house call was in order and drove the 50 miles to the customers house on my own time just because I needed the challenge.
Upon arrival, I connected my laptop to their phone line and attempted to connect. Whilst the loud negotiation tones rang from my speakers, I noticed the sound cut out once every second. Having grown up on a farm, this sounded suspiciously familiar. I picked up on the phone line and heard an even more familiar ticking sound that told me exactly what the problem was. I asked the customer if they had recently installed an electric fence, which they confirmed. After unplugging said fence, Internet connectivity was promptly achieved.
OK brainiacs, we've got an IT cold case for you: Fatal disk errors on an Amiga 4000 with 600MB external SCSI unless the clock app is... just so
Not a Genius move after all: Apple must cough up $$$ in back pay for store staff forced to wait for bag searches
I've actually observed a fecal transplant procedure in the hospital in which I work. It was to a patient with C. diff, and apart from the discomfort of the nasogastric tube, went very well. It takes just a few minutes to complete, and the patient gets no icky taste of poo, because the tube is placed into the duodenum (initial part of small intestine for those not medically inclined). A rather interesting procedure, actually.