the world's most exclusive high IQ society, where an IQ of 196 or higher (one in a billion) is required to join. Not quite as cranially-advantaged? Well, there's always the Oath society
, which'll take you if you're only one in a thousand (a mere 150 IQ or higher). Big brains and design skills (or language ones
, for that matter) don't mix well, though, it would seem. [more inside]
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken
on Jul 24, 2004 -
Abercrombie & Fitch Pulls T-Shirts from store shelves!
A bunch of "Wong Brothers" and "Wok-n-Bowl" shirts offended some Asians, so they are now off the shelves. The Asians are holding a protest tonight in San Fransico if any mefi members would like to attend. Anyone get one of these before they were pulled? If you did I dare you to wear it to this protest. This geocities site
has pictures of all the shirts. I mirrored the site here
because of geocities bandwith limits.
posted by Keen
on Apr 18, 2002 -
Good God, does the Fuji Film website suck.
I run tall windows on my monitors, typically 700-800 pixels wide, but around a thousand pixels long, and over half my screen is blank on the Fuji site. Why on earth did they force everything to 500 pixels or so of height? I've never seen a consumer site like this do that before. The other peeve is I bought their smart media floppy adapter
, and I wanted to know if there were new Windows2000 drivers for it (it came with Win9x drivers on one disk, and NT drivers on the other). Their support area only lists phone numbers of service centers, no mention of software driver downloads or knowledge bases, or even a FAQ about products. This company does *not* get the web, wake up Fuji Film, it's the 21st century now.
posted by mathowie
on Mar 6, 2000 -