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This is a tech rant. I want a law forbidding programs from installing themselves. Updating themselves. Adding add on or extensions or programs they think I should have like Flash and McCafee without my optin permission. Just the opportunity to optout doesn't cut it. One really annoying example is everytime Firefox updates I have problems. Er.. and No I don't want to switch to Mac and Safari or Chrome If you know a way automatically block all the above - please share.
Dropbox help? I intentionally left my music and photo pages off there. Because I have them where I want them and don't want to clutter the dropbox page. But today drop box has been automatically uploading both folders. I know I can unlink and rebuild etc but how do I stop it from ever happening again? Thanks - my gurus.
Michael Rice - the very premise of this post assumes that not only consumers will enter via the home page, but that said homepage can be the same for any market or agent. Just doesn't make sense to me. A potential buyer landing on a site via any page shouldn't be staring at "what's my home worth". A potential seller shouldn't be asked which hood they'd like to move into or be stumbling upon advice for first time home buyers, etc. Reducing site structure to one universally applicable law is silly IMHO.
Here's what my first hard-drive looked like. About 1976. In 1980 I bought the Tandy TRS-80. Man, the chicks were on me like a fat kid on a Ho-Ho! http://archive.computerhistory.org/resources/physical-object/tandy_radio_shack/102666380.1.lg.jpg