Well, let's see. I have this one.....
|IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!|
MIME changed to 'text/html' | Content warning: script
I don't get this. When I view the preview, all looks fine. But I have this error "Image is a redirect or missing!" error and the MIME has been changed for some reason. This is a direct facebook link and it works just fine anywhere else including the darned preview. Here's the URL. If you click it you can see the pic.https://scontent-lga.xx.fbcdn.net …ce5a857d9de07&oe=55E1E19C
This is just one more example of a rant I'm writing about backwards technology. Tech is supposed to make things easier and help us accomplish things that we couldn't before. Anymore though as we've hit close to maximum efficiency, there's still a drive to change things just for the sake of change and to extract ever more profit from every possible piece of internet material. So you get more complex methods of doing everything. A simple list of "10 really cool photos" is no longer a list of 10 photos, but 14 different pages loaded with ads, some that popup just by moving your mouse the wrong way because you have to go to a new page to see each image and 4 of those pages are nothing BUT an ad. Meanwhile, every freaking website seems to be going to grey on grey with very little color of contrast. Buttons have been replaced with hidden menus, and pretty graphics to make sites "unique" leave us all hunting for features in different places because standardization has gone out the window. Heck, Outlook 365 doesn't even have a delete button. You have to right click to get it. And My Nexus 7 tablet on the most recent update switched my action buttons at the bottom from a menu, home, and back button to a triangle, circle, and square which to me means play, record, and stop. Still can't quite get a grasp on how they function but one thing I know is that most things that were 1 tap away are now 2-3 taps away.
Anyways, end of rant. Blood pressure is going up. I'm just sick of re-learning my phone, computer, apps, forums, constantly. I'm waiting for the day I go to my car and find that the manufacture decided to change the color, wheels, and moved my dash gauges around while I slept and my spedometer is now in the glovebox.
I am serious....and don't call me Shirley.
Canon 7D and a bunch of other stuff