KSN has sent a YouTube take-down request and YouTube has (I believe unfairly) pulled the video.
On the actual content of the video, I am sorry to hear about Justin Kraemer. As a matter of fact, I certainly don’t believe he should have been fired for this mistake in the first place. We all do say fuck every once in awhile. Especially after a long day at work. Were Wichita a bigger market, he may well have been able to apologize to his public and move on. Too bad KSN didn’t allow that to happen.
Saturday night, waiting for SNL, I heard it. Recorded it. Posted it. I thought it was funny, and I thought KSN viewers would either find it just as humorous, or relevant in some other way. That’s that.
If you play Minecraft online then you know how frustrating it can be to join your favorite server, just to find out non of your friends are online. Well, if you use Android, consider that a problem of the past thanks to my latest DashClock Extension, Minecraft Online.
Have you ever wanted quick and easy access to the online player list for your favorite server, right from your home or lock screen? If you have then Minecraft Online is for you!
This DashClock extension puts your favorite server front and center, letting you know who’s currently online and ready to play.
If you aren’t familiar, DotBlock is a web hosting / VPS hosting company, that rents out virtual private servers for personal and professional use. I use them to power this website, and my Minecraft server.
Recently DotBlock announced a contest where you could win a full year of access to a 6-block virtual private server (a 1-block server has 3GB of RAM and a 3GHZ processor).
If you’d like a high powered Linux server to do your bidding for a year, or just need a more powerful host than GoDaddy for your website, then it’s worth a shot.
I’ve been on a quest for the perfect Linux desktop. For a while I was using elementary OS, which boasted the smoothest and cleanest interface you could imagine on a Linux box. Sadly, it lacked the power and customization of other distros, so I switched back to the latest version of Ubuntu.
Ubuntu is great, but the Unity interface leaves a lot to be desired, so I switched to Cinnamon. The default Cinnamon theme didn’t fit well with the default Ubuntu theme (Ambiance), so I did a little tweaking. The end result is Ambiance Modern for Cinnamon.