• Yahoo vs Bing?

    Best answer: They're both really S H I T E.
    Go with Google.
    Best answer: They're both really S H I T E.
    Go with Google.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Explain WTF “Net Neutrality” means, without using words that confuse the sh!t out of me. Please?

    If Net Neutrality fully becomes a thing, then what kind of results will I get when searching in a Web Engine?
    If Net Neutrality fully becomes a thing, then what kind of results will I get when searching in a Web Engine?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do older people fear new technology?

    Best answer: It might actually be laziness, which a lot of people have when they get older. It's something else to learn and they don't really want to do so. The number of older people I hear in a shop who say things like " Oh, we don't do modern technology, " and I think, why not. If you don't... show more
    Best answer: It might actually be laziness, which a lot of people have when they get older. It's something else to learn and they don't really want to do so. The number of older people I hear in a shop who say things like " Oh, we don't do modern technology, " and I think, why not. If you don't embrace modern technology, you get left behind.

    They complain that retail and society alienates them by the use of technology, but really, they are alienating themselves. Companies have to embrace technology because if they don't, they will get left behind, as the likes of BHS and Borders found when they failed to embrace online shopping and ordering. Shops and companies can't lag behind just because a certain percentage of its customer base can't keep up with the times. It's called progress, and if it wasn't for progress, we would still be stuck in the Dark Ages rubbing sticks together to make heat.

    I also think that they reckon it's too hard to learn, but it isn't actually that hard. Gadgets generally aren't, they only seem hard. Once you have a few turns with them, and also get people to show you, you then pick it up. These days, there are numerous places you can go to learn more: libraries, digital Eagles at the bank, appointments at the Apple Store for tutelage. But what do the older generation do? Do they embrace it and learn something new? No, they sit there moaning. And it's not as if they haven't learnt about new technology before. At some stage in their lives they would have had to tune in the TV, or use the video for the first time, or go from a dial phone to a kaypad, so it's not as if new technology is entirely alien to them.

    It isn't really in a manufacturer's best interest to make technology hard to use. I was once told by a customer where I worked, that " if a customer's got grey hair, then don't offer to order it online. " And I thought " why should that be, I don't judge the ability of people to know something. "

    I have an aunty in rural Northern Ireland, who is 90 years old, and knows computers, laptops, iPads, iPhones, Facebook, What's App and all sorts of other things. She is of very advanced age, and lives in the middle of nowhere, rather than near big cities with everything she needs in them. If she can know a lot about modern technology, then so can anyone if they put their mind to it.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Okay....Is this weird or what?

    Okay, so I was upstairs on my laptop playing games etc, all of a sudden the internet went off. Normally, I wouldn't care as sometimes the internet disconnects for no reason but then comes back on. But I waited for like 10 mins...no response. So I went downstairs, my dad was on the sofa chilling on his phone. I... show more
    Okay, so I was upstairs on my laptop playing games etc, all of a sudden the internet went off. Normally, I wouldn't care as sometimes the internet disconnects for no reason but then comes back on. But I waited for like 10 mins...no response. So I went downstairs, my dad was on the sofa chilling on his phone. I said "Did you turn the internet off?" He was like "No, I haven't been over by the internet." I was like kinda creeped out. My mum, my little brother couldn't of done it as they were upstairs sleeping. Anyways, I go over by the internet and I see the Internet switch is off, I'm like "what the hell?" So i double check with my dad and he keeps saying "No, I haven't been near it." And the switch couldn't of tripped. But anyways, this was kind of weird and it's never happened before. Give me some suggestions on what this could be?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • If net neutrality is taken away, will my family be able to see my internet history?

    Best answer: Your parents don't need net neutrality to see your history, they can see it now, and probably have. All home routers have the ability to see who is doing what, if you take the time to look at it. Anything you do at home goes through the router. If logging is turned on, it shows every link you click on.
    Best answer: Your parents don't need net neutrality to see your history, they can see it now, and probably have. All home routers have the ability to see who is doing what, if you take the time to look at it. Anything you do at home goes through the router. If logging is turned on, it shows every link you click on.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Browser history?

    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • How can I enable flash to run on all websites?

    Best answer: You can't. What you can do is try adding

    [*.].com

    to allow Flash on all .com websites. Other than that, you have to add them manually. How often are you visiting a new website that uses flash...? Keep in mind that this is done for security reasons, so just accept that Chrome does this and move on.
    Best answer: You can't. What you can do is try adding

    [*.].com

    to allow Flash on all .com websites. Other than that, you have to add them manually. How often are you visiting a new website that uses flash...? Keep in mind that this is done for security reasons, so just accept that Chrome does this and move on.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to get out of an internet arguement?

    Best answer: Best thing to do in an Internet argument is just ignore it. People have wide and vast opinions that put you in hard situations sometimes. You’ll meet new people and forget about it in no time as long as you leave it alone or delete it from your existence. Hope this helps and I’m sorry to here that you got into... show more
    Best answer: Best thing to do in an Internet argument is just ignore it. People have wide and vast opinions that put you in hard situations sometimes. You’ll meet new people and forget about it in no time as long as you leave it alone or delete it from your existence.
    Hope this helps and I’m sorry to here that you got into this problem!
    David
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why does gay porn show up when you google "myvidster" on google videos?

    is it just me or everyone does? and how can i fix this?
    is it just me or everyone does? and how can i fix this?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do people waste time on Twitter?

    Best answer: Addicted
    Best answer: Addicted
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What does the internet neutrality thing actually mean?

    Best answer: it means the company you get the internet through can NOT charge websites or play favorites or slow down some urls while favoring others - with it gone the company can charge the supplier and YOU for each package of url types and block sites they do not approve of
    Best answer: it means the company you get the internet through can NOT charge websites or play favorites or slow down some urls while favoring others - with it gone the company can charge the supplier and YOU for each package of url types and block sites they do not approve of
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago