It has been awhile since I have posted, been busy with work. Today I am glad that Showcase has renewed Continuum for the second season. And the first episode was awesome. I’m going to watch the second episode later. Really an exciting summer, with Warehouse 13 on it’s new season, Zero Hour, and Psych.
Good news to all Mac users. Riot Games released an open beta Mac client of League of Legends. Go on over to their website (link below) to download the beta client.
The Mac client does everything that the PC client does, meaning you’ll get all future features, bug fixes and new content on the same schedule as PC players, but on Mac OS.
Riot team is continually working to clean out kinks for greater player experience.
Now how about a Linux client? ;-)
I just have to share this fix. It took me long enough to find the fix for this Windows Update error 643 when updating .Net Framework 4 on a 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate. I have tried every “solution” that Microsoft has posted on their support website. None of them worked. It is quite frustrating that they can’t fix their own mess properly. Luckily I found the solution
I recently applied for a position at Aegis, a local BPO company here in Cebu. I needed a change of scenery. It took me 2 days to accomplish 4 interviews and 1 speed and accuracy exam. It was so long ago that I applied for a new job. I was so nervous that I didn’t feel any hunger for these 2 days.
Disable right click context menu on sites is for “security” purposes. Usually preventing images or photos from being stolen or copied. But disable right click context menu on the entire site might not be suitable for others who uses context menu commands, such as back, reload or forward. For me, it is just darn awkward having no right click.
Here is a great way to disable right click context menu on images only. This is useful for portfolio and photography website.