Yes, it’s 09/09/09.
Starting with the release of Internet Explorer 7 in 2006, Microsoft removed the extremely handy “drag and drop” FTP feature that was seamlessly integrated in IE6.
You used to be able create shortcuts on the desktop that would directly open a remote folder via FTP with no intervention. With an open FTP folder window, remote file management was a breeze because it acted like a folder on your hard drive. This article shows you how to recover this helpful feature with one simple change.
Sometimes you just need the shirt on a different model. Nothing a little Photoshop pixel surgery can’t solve.
(Prepared for international fashion and clothing designer Artizara)
A recent NY Times article reveals why some people are leaving Facebook. In May, I deactivated my Facebook account when the signal-to-noise ratio had clearly gotten out of whack. Ironically, I found myself back on Twitter which I had left for Facebook when the latter seemed to offer a bit more value. That was a different time. Now, Facebook has just gotten altogether too silly with quizzes and games and all the same high-school shenanigans your classmates would have outgrown over the last few decades. Alas, I’m back on Twitter.
Update: OK, I’m back again on Facebook. They’ve added enough filters now so you can hide all the ridonculous stuff. Rather than shutting my Facebook, now I can shut your Facebook, ftw.