First Ring Daily 1257: Tabulation

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On this episode of First Ring Daily, Brad is off schedule, Paul is off schedule, and Tabs arrive off schedule.

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  • will

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    14 June, 2022 - 11:43 am

    <p>I believe the road work that Paul is talking about is called a slurry seal, it goes on top of pavement to help keep it sealed and last longer. Works for side roads and residential streets, not as long lasting for main roads.</p>

  • chronocidal

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    14 June, 2022 - 1:25 pm

    <p>This episode nicely encapsulates everything I can’t stand about Win11 (and most of what they’ve done to 10 in the past couple of years), and the development "style" Microsoft has committed to for some time now. The "dumpster fire" feels more like this has turned into a runaway freight train carrying a hundred flaming dumpsters down a mountainside.</p><p><br></p><p>You cannot follow the development when there is no logical through-line from point A to point Z. They’ve turned the entire affair into a Mad Tea Party-esque rearrangement of everything, as if they loaded a dictionary into a media player, and hit the "shuffle" button. "For this week, ‘doorknobs’ are now called ‘carrots,’ the word ‘grass’ is being replaced with ‘mayonnaise,’ and we’re renaming ‘File Explorer’ to ‘Steve.’"</p><p><br></p><p>It wouldn’t matter so much if this was all internally tested, but this is what you get when you fire your testing team, and turn your customers into lab rats for all of the gobbledegook that spews out of your productionized brainstorming sessions. </p>

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