The content below first appeared in the Thought Box blog on January 4, 2012. It was written by Deathgleaner. Click here for original post.
This is another example of a great project that uses social networking crowd-sourcing. I re-discovered this while looking through my Twitter following list. Check it out:
Continue reading “[REBLOG] Interactive Project: The Hello Wall.”
The new version of Notebook Software, Notebook Software 10 is out. And it sucks as much as Windows Vista when it came out. Or maybe more.
For those of you who do not know what Notebook Software is, I will give you a quick summary:
Notebook Software is software that enables you to use a board, called a Smart Board, to click on objects on your screen. The Smart Board also allows you to use digital pens to draw in programs like Smart Notebook and right on the screen. It’s sort of like a touch pad.
I was trying Notebook Software 10 out today. Here is a short summary of how much it sucks:
- In 1st period French class, I saw the transparency layer of the new Notebook Software. It was frickin crap bloated like hell. The frame looks heavy, and it’s VERY hard to use
- At lunch in the library, I was testing out Smart Notebook. I drew a freeform shape and tried to fill it with color. But guess what? The damn software wouldn’t let me fill it in.
- The splash screen for Notebook Software reflects on how bloated the software is. Sure, looks modern but is nothing but a load of bull.
After that experience, I wish that my school hadn’t updated to the new and crappier software. It’s so freaking bad, it makes MS Office seem good.
Like heavenly good.
PS: All school related posts will be filed under the tag “Kentridge” from now on as well as any other applicable tags.