Good god this. It never works, it's incredibly slow and the newest release makes everything you could do easily (very little) incredibly convoluted for no reason at all.randrade wrote:You know what sucks? iTunes.
Bloated, slow, starts to die if you have many apps and music, even if you have a decent computer.
I love my iPod touch and iOS, but iTunes... ugh. I can see why some people sell their iPods - they just don't want to put up with iTunes.
OUCH, that must have been horrible! I know the torment of waiting 6 months for the Raspberry, Cant imagine being sick when you finally get it!by riffraff » Mon Feb 04, 2013 10:58 am What sucks is waiting for two years for a Pi, and when you finally get one, your come down with a respiratory bug that lands you in the hospital for a week and the bed for another .
sounds like the perfect opportunity to smuggle in the pi and start a gpio project with that heart-rate monitorriffraff wrote:What sucks is waiting for two years for a Pi, and when you finally get one, your come down with a respiratory bug that lands you in the hospital for a week and the bed for another .
Well, I'm a Dutch moderator, and my feeling about this is that there simply aren't enough Dutch that are not bilingual and don't understand English. I know that it sucks, and could probably ask my fellow moderators to start a Dutch forum, but I'm afraid it will stay completely empty!noob wrote:you know what sucks? that there is a french subforum, a german subforum, a subforum with asian characters that i cant recognise, but not a dutch subforum
He does post from time to time, but tends to focus on technical specifications type stuff.noob wrote:why is it allways liz who is posting? i never see any posts by eben
Dremel??, now they suck, I'd rather use a 6 inch nail.rurwin wrote:Closely followed by the anguish that ensues when you find your drill wont hold a 1mm bit anyway.
http://www.mytoolstore.com.au/products/ ... 52d01.html
Heh-heh! Sucks worse when you spend hours manually laying out a massive PCB with dozens of IC's using all of your remaining rub-on transfers only to discover the template you were working from was accidentally mirrored in the printing process.abishur wrote:What really sucks is spending a ton of time getting a diy circuit put together, making the printout to etch it onto your pcb, getting all the extra copper off and then discovering that your traces are *barely* off from one another and that your smallest drill bit is too large to drill the holes