Why segregate single restrooms by gender?

December 7th, 2016
Posted in Uncategorized

It doesn’t make sense to have a bathroom that only has 1 toilet to be only used by male or female. If someone needs to go they need to go and since only one person can use the commode in a bathroom like that, why keep the mens and womens facility separate. Just have the bathroom as gender neutral for whoever needs to go. I understand for bigger restrooms that have multiple urinals or toilet bowls sure, keep them separate if you want. Although I know there have been cases where the lines are just way too long and people need to go and I remember hearing about some lady getting in trouble for using the guys restroom.

Why does Wal-Mart lock up all the Battery Chargers at Night?

December 6th, 2016
Posted in Uncategorized

I know Wal-Mart lockups all the batteries at night behind a metal gate (one that even managers don’t have access to) to prevent theft, but you would think they would leave the battery chargers, cables and other accessories available for people to purchase. When all the auto parts stores are closed, a Super Wal-Mart would be handy for people to get there equipment at late hours.

Reviews on Google are untrustworthy, since they can be Deleted

December 5th, 2016
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It’s very common for owners of a business to delete and remove reviews on Google. So therefore reviews and ratings on Google Maps or Google search are not really valid. The owner of the place can flag any review and inappropriate and it might take sometime but Google will review it and most likely remove it.

Windows Sleep / Hibernate mode and programs not responding

December 4th, 2016
Posted in Windows

One thing that is totally annoying about Windows sleep mode is that so many applications crash or wont run right after you wake the computer back up. Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, etc) and Spotify are great examples of programs I have to end task on and then reopen. :/ I used to always shutdown my computer, but realized it was just a nice timesaver by keeping the computer on and letting it go to sleep. Although it does use more energy (not a lot as it shuts things down), but I dont have to reopen programs to get back to my last stopping point.

Often times the sound on my computer is all cracklely or static sounding. However, I did find out the way to fix that was to disable it and reenable it.

Gmail App Notifications

December 3rd, 2016
Posted in Mobile

Why doesn’t Google allow you to disable the Gmail notifications on the Android app? The only option is to disable all notifications. I would like to just disable the sound notification for it, I don’t mind it showing up in the notification area or the little icon at the top, but I dont want the sound to disrupt me, as the emails aren’t that important to me.