Delete Unwanted URL From History

URL typoWe’ve all been there. You accidentally transposed two letters of a website and found yourself in sketchy corner of the internet. Now, every time you type your desired site you’re reminded of that unfortunate wrong turn.

Don’t let that one mistake forever haunt your web-browsing: delete unwanted URLs from the suggested sites.

To Delete a URL Address From the Suggested Sites List

chrome_logo_png13Chrome

  1. Begin typing address in the address or search bar until you see the unwanted URL on the suggested list.
  2. Using your DOWN cursor key, select the the unwanted URL.
  3. Press SHIFT + DELETE.

firefox_png44Firefox

  1. Begin typing address in the address bar until you see the unwanted URL on the suggested list.
  2. Using your DOWN cursor key, select the the unwanted URL.
  3. Press DELETE

ie_logo_png26Internet Explorer

  1. Begin typing address in the address or search bar until you see the unwanted URL on the suggested list. An ‘x’ appears at the far right of each URL.
  2. Click the ‘x’ to remove that site.

ie_logo_png24Microsoft Edge

  1. Begin typing address in the address or search bar until you see the unwanted URL on the suggested list.
  2. Using your DOWN cursor key, select the the unwanted URL.
  3. Press SHIFT + DELETE.

safari_png39Safari

  1. From the “History” menu, choose “Show All History” (keyboard shortcut: ⌘ Y)
  2. Use the Search field in the top right corner, to locate the unwanted website.
  3. Select (CLICK) the web site you want to remove ( + CLICK to select multiples).
  4. Press the DELETE.

Cheers!

quincy

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April Fools, Where’s Waldo

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It’s that time again!

April 1st usually marks the day when the Internet collectively let’s it’s hair down and has some fun by creating prank sites and products, to honor April Fool’s Day.

Google, wich has a reputation for not letting this day pass quietly (e.g Express Parachute Delivery), has brought the eponymous, lost hero of “Where’s Waldo”  to Google Maps.

To Find Waldo in Google Maps:

  1. Launch Maps, you’ll see Waldo waving at you.
  2. Tap Waldo then tap Play.

Enjoy,  be on the lookout for too good funny to be true offering from the likes of AirBNB, Amazon, and Subway.

Cheers!

quincy

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Chrome Now Tops IE

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According to NetMarketShare Chrome now accounts for 41.66% of the browser market, 0.31% more than Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge—Microsoft’s replacement for Internet Explorer. NetMarketShare also tracks the market share of search engines and mobile operating systems, both of which Google also dominates.

via Quartz. Click here to download market data

 

TayTweets and the Dangers of AI

Humans have a long and storied history of freaking out over the possible effects of our technologies. Long ago, Plato worried that writing would hurt people’s memories and “implant forgetfulness in their souls.” More recently, Mary Shelley’s tale of Frankenstein’s monster warned us against playing God. Today, as artificial intelligences multiply, our ethical dilemmas have…

via Microsoft’s disastrous Tay experiment shows the hidden dangers of AI — Quartz

April Fools 2016

Today many of your favorite sites are April Fool‘n around.

For example, take Gmail’s MicDrop feature. It promises to give you the last word on your outgoing message. 

MicDropI wish this feature did exist; it’d be a great way to silence those REPLY-TO-ALLers.

Update: Much like Orson Welles‘ radio broadcast of War of the Worlds this faux feature, was believed real. Citing a backlash of complaints, GMail quickly disabled this Aprils Fool’s joke

Past Tom Foolery has included Air BnB’s Bronze Era Rentals (pictured) complete with Trojan Horse, and Burger King’s left-handed sandwich wrapper.

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This Year H&M is onboard with a Mark Zuckerberg line of clothing http://markforhm.com/

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More faves and fails from 2016:

Found one you want to share? Drop me a comment and I’ll add it to this post.

 

Cheers!

Dominos’ Drone Delivers! Meet DRU

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Dominos is unleashing a Drone army in Australia!

Meet DRU, the first soldier and prototype for Domino’s next wave of deliverymen agents. Currently undergoing trials in Australia.

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For more watch this promotional video.

Cheers!
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Google Star Wars Easter Egg

Ramping up for the December opening of Star Wars – The Force Awakens, here’s a short and sweet Google Easter egg:

  1. Go to Google search page
  2. Type in “a long time ago in a galaxy far far away