Re: too many hertz
Yeah, email the corrections instead, 'cuz reading about them here, permanently, hurts.
37 posts • joined 16 Jul 2017
Been (t)here, done that. Didn't work so well.
"In [one] case, the Service New Brunswick [software] concocted a figure of $79,780 in renovations to her tiny 860 square foot home — or "major improvement change" in the parlance of the department — and then raised her tax bill a stunning 52 per cent because of the phantom improvements."
"They have some odd ideas about what I might like."
No kidding. If you rate a movie/show as "Hated it", you get a new category "Because you liked xxx".
I wish there was a ratings settings of "Jeebus! If you ever suggest a show like this one again, I'm cancelling my subscription!"
Also: provide a switch to stop the frigging' previews. Geeze, Netflix, just because my cursor is stopped on a show in a list ('cuz I'm trying to see who's in it, or I want to check IMDB first), it doesn't mean I want to see the promo.
While I'm at it: there are times that I want to read the credits. Stop minimizing them! Let the members decide...
I had purchased a solar filter for my telescope which uses a metalized mylar film a year ago.
A few weeks ago, I got a notice from Amazon:
"Amazon has not received confirmation from the supplier of your order that they sourced the item from a recommended manufacturer. We recommend that you DO NOT use this product to view the sun or the eclipse." And they refunded me my purchase price, no need to return the filter.
I checked the manufacturer of the film's website, which assured me that it was fine for telescope/camera solar use. I got a $60 filter for free!
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