I went to McDonald’s today for breakfast and discovered that they have started selling breakfast sandwiches using egg whites and white cheddar.
A coupon for a $1 Egg White Delight McMuffin can be found here: http://www.mcdonalds.com/content/us/en/promotions/egg_whites.html
(coupon expires June 20, 2013)
The following is a list of background music used in episode 2 of the Japanese Pocket Monsters show in chronological order:
I went to McDonald’s today and discovered that McWraps are now on the menu and I believe they should be available nationwide. It appears to have a different packaging design than when I first had it in Chicago.
Official McWrap Site
There has also been news of the Angus Deluxe burgers being phased out.
I recently switched from Slackware 13.37 to Arch Linux on my Eee PC 900HA and everything worked well except for the touchpad. The cursor sometimes would randomly jump around and performing a middle click using a two-finger tap was very difficult because if both fingers didn’t touch at exactly the same time, it would get detected as a two-finger scroll.
xf86-input-synaptics installed, so I tried changing all kinds of options in
/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-synaptics.conf, but nothing seemed to make the touchpad work like before.
After searching around a while and looking around in my logs, I found that in Slackware 13.37, the touchpad was recognized as an “ImPS/2 Logitech Wheel Mouse”, whereas in Arch Linux, it was recognized as an “ETPS/2 Elantech Touchpad”.
In order to make Arch Linux detect my touchpad as a mouse instead of a touchpad I had to change a parameter in the psmouse module to get it to probe the correct protocol extension, or something.
To get information about the psmouse module:
To change the parameter, remove the module then add the module again with the new parameter:
modprobe psmouse proto=imps
Now my touchpad is detected as a “ImPS/2 Generic Wheel Mouse” and everything works well like before.
To make this change permanent:
options psmouse proto=imps to
Update: Adobe has instructions on their website: http://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/display-pdf-browser-acrobat-xi.html
For some reason, the option to turn off showing PDF documents in the web browser has disappeared in Adobe Reader XI. This option can now be found under the Accessibility Setup Assistant.
1. Go to Edit > Accessibility > Setup Assistant…
2. Click Next
3. Click Next
4. Click Next
5. Click Next
5. Uncheck the box next to “Display PDF documents in the web browser”