NewYorkerFilter: my friend is trying to identify a feature about a writer trying to contact her father's rival. [more inside]
I am looking for movies, personal anecdotes, and what not where a disadvantage is turned into an advantage. [more inside]
..to offer a suggestion about a way they could improve an aspect of their usage (i.e. a certain feature outcome), what would be the best way to do it? (so as to ensure I receive a response I mean) i.e. would it be by email or some other way (i.e. phone number)? Thanks.
We're shooting a low-budget feature and are having trouble finding a cinematographer/DP. Where else can we look (details inside)? [more inside]
CameraFilter: I am looking to buy a DSLR camera that can not only videotape movie-quality HD, but also film in super slo-mo. [more inside]
I'd like to create something like a "facts" list and post it online similar to the Chuck Norris Facts web site: http://www.chucknorrisfacts.com/ [more inside]
Gmail, can you please stop automatically adding to my contacts list!? [more inside]
Who are the best magazine and newspaper feature writers, past and present? [more inside]
How can I get Pages to mimic Open Office's autocomplete? [more inside]
ConsumerElectronicsFilter: Can you recommend a reasonably priced camcorder? [more inside]
What is this mysterious double-bordered grey box that appears in Illustrator CS? [more inside]
BlogFeatureFilter: I'm looking for two features for my website. 1. A way to link to a google map that has 10-20 of my local spots marked off and labeled. I basically want to be able to add those little markers where I want with labels of what the spots are. 2. A poll that either doesn't display results immediately, or one that doesn't show them to anyone but me. Or any good polls that people can recommend.
I just gave up on two pages in quick succession; the first hung while it waited and waited on something from akamai, which was apparently taking a nap just then, and the second while it waited and waited on something from doubleclick, equally asleep. Like I care whether a page manages to do its dirty background business with doubleclick. Is there any browser that has a [SKIP IT] button you can click that means "give up on what you're trying to get right now, skip over it, go on and load the rest of the page"? Would such a button be feasable?Or have I been missing something that's been in front of me all the time?