Computer Troubles II

A big thanks to our web czar and book designer Roman of Yay Brigade for fixing last week’s WordPress problems. He did it just in time for me to jam my right index finger on a drawer thus making typing incredibly painful. Thus today’s short excusey blog post. Ouch. I’ll see you all in a few days.

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    • Sadly it looks like Amazon has found a way to filter out funny reviews by I did find this one from “Inkling”:

      The future of technology is here
      November 30, 2013
      In these times of extreme busyness, you can’t help but get frustrated sometimes and think “there’s just not enough time in the day!” With this item, your capacity to “get s*** done” is increased exponentially.

      PROs:
      * Get s*** done
      * Colors are not only pleasing to the eye, but scientifically proven to encourage productivity and movements
      * No need to flush, built-in incinerator removes waste after motion sensors detect your absence
      * Small enough that you can leave your iPad installed and just carry the whole thing with you
      * Can download a free bidet app (although after the trial period, you have to pay for it with an in-app purchase)
      * Installing your iPad doesn’t cover up the camera lens, for easier multi-tasking (Skyping and wiping?)
      * Seat sensor technology detects up to 4 individuals, adjusting seat height and warmth automatically according to programmable presets
      * Magnetic smart lid keep animals out, and scents in

      CONs:
      * No Bluetooth support, will not sync with a smart watch or wireless headphones
      * I’d love to see this in a champagne color or maybe customizable lids

      This is the best money I’ve spent in years… I will be buying more of these. 2 thumbs up!

      UPDATE: I have dropped my review down to 4 stars. Currently, my left buttock is securely lodged in the seat. While I wait for the fire department to arrive, I wanted to share my further experience with this product. Since I was unable to Facetime for help (less than ideal Wifi access) and had fallen over during my struggle, it wasn’t until the mailman found me on the front porch that I was able to call for help. It clearly needs some sort of safety mechanism to prevent cheek lock.

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