I have SpamAssassin installed via "port install p5-mail-spamassassin". The only SA files appear to be in /opt/local/share/spamassassin/*.cf. The man page for sa-update says there should be a directory /opt/local/var/spamassassin/3.002000/ but nothing like that exists. How does this stuff work?
Also, still only 4GB RAM? WTF, am I the only person who wants to be able to run Photoshop and Safari at the same time?
3. Paul Stanley
A CD-length file of Paul Stanley's onstage yelling made the Internet rounds starting in 2005, and the Kiss guitarist's effeminate, positive-power ("You people are dynamite!") insanity made him sound like a hyperactive motivational speaker. The 86-megabyte file sounds pristine, too; if Steve Albini ever recorded between-song banter, it would sound like this. Named People, Let Me Get This Off My Chest, the 70-track collection features every rock 'n' roll cliché known to man. Stanley screams dedications to "young" women ("We got any little girls out there tonight?"), temperature (via the endless ways that "Hotter Than Hell" and "Firehouse" can be introduced), and booze (simply "ALLCOOOHAAALL!!!!"). Also: "How many of you gals out there like to get licked?! Okay, how many of you guys out there like to get licked?" And that's just the first 10 minutes.
"I saw you two guys earlier at the Good Humor truck, and you were eating your ice cream like little boys, and I thought, 'Those guys aren't so tough! They're eating ice cream.' I saw you eating an ice-cream cone, pal... You're bad now, but I saw you... That's the shit you can't hide. You eat ice cream; everybody knows it. Ice-cream-eating motherfucker, that's what you are."
Someone sends you a text message with a picture attached. You get a text message that says "You have a new PictureMail! Click here."
- Click it.
That takes you to the web browser, looking at a page that says "New picture mail from xyz", with a thumbnail that's, like, 12x12 pixels. Click the image, or the text below it that says "View Media".
Now there's a slightly larger, but still unreadable, image, and now, for the first time, you get to see the actual text that was included in the text message. Don't click the image! Click the text below it that says "Save to Phone".
Oh, now we're back to the tiny thumbnail again. Click the link that says "Download to Phone".
Now we're out of the web browser and into a dialog box that says, "Do you want to download?" Click "Yes".
Oh, another dialog. Click "Save and Open".
Oh, another dialog. "Accept media?" Click "OK".
Now you can finally see the full sized image on your phone. Seven clicks! "Click, View, Save, Download, Yes, Open, Accept!" All with a two to five second delay between each opportunity to click.
And it's been this way for years. Don't they even try this crap before shipping it? What kind of person could ship software that behaved this way and feel ok with themselves?
I guess it's better than an iPhone, though, which can't send or receive SMS images at all.
What year is this?