apple-certification-fail

Apple’s “gatekeeper” backfires, the irony.

Last time I checked, Aperture was made by Apple. Apparently even non-mac app store apps by Apple fail the security check – at least we can’t accuse them of double standards here. Also, how about a direct link to the relevant preference pane?

44 people voted. Tell us what you think, see results!

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nosenselift

Thank you, lift designers.

What is it with lift designers? This just makes no sense at all – but we are thankful for their continual time and effort in supporting this site.

70 people think sliders are B.U. They voted anyway.

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bounty-holy-shit

Bounty towels: good at absorption, not so good at navigation.

It would probably not be hyperbole to claim this is one of the worst sliders in the history of sliders. In the words of @schjonhaug: “This is what happens when the marketing department is in charge of the website”.

60 peeps think it's bad. Tell us how bad, see results!

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hotels-com

At least Apple maps got this right

This has been since corrected, but could have been potentially hazardous for those  visitors to hotels.com who found themselves geographically challenged.

48 people were thoughtful enough to vote. And you?

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Visiting an article page on meny.no on your phone gives you the message «This article is only available in the web version. Click here to visit the web version». However, you end up on the front page.

Hi! I’m a server!

Left: «The contents of this page is only available in our web version. Click here to visit the web version».

Right: Hi! I’m a server! Who are you?

49 people voted. You know you want to.

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esta

One Visa for Yes, please

A classic unanswerable question from the Norwegian version of a US visa application.

111 people voted. They also saw a cool result chart.

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alba