the broken knuckle list gets longer

so the process goes something like this:

you break the knuckles of someone who has the authority to sign off on a particular tech or change in tech software. that way a stoopid decision can’t be made official and actually make it out to consumers.

mac osx is a perfect example of (and possibly near the top of the list) of stoopid decisions being made for the os and then actually implementing them, thus reducing the functionality of the os.

i’ve been subscribing to the internet only version of SiriusXM for a few years now, and the mobile  app has always had issues, but the other day there was an update to the app, taking away a major feature and making the app almost useless to use (i’m referring to the MYSXM feature).

on top of that the new version of the app features options for their new video content. you read that right, video content for an internet/satellite radio.

video for radio.

oh, and for the record i heard “Laurel” at the same time my wife heard “Yanni”. that was one of the freakier things that have happened to me.