More wacky zany antics from those madcap nutbars at Telstra. They bought whereis a while back, which is ironic considering Telstra aren’t particularly known for getting places on time.
So anyway I was entering an address today, and I’m a little off my skull at the moment, so I accidentally entered the name of the place into the street field. Always helpful, it came back and said the place didn’t exist, without offering any alternatives, or bothering to put it into the white pages for me just in case.
Then I saw this weird second tabbed box behind the main address box. It was marked “place”, as opposed to “address”. Duh I thought, and after recovering from hitting myself in the head somewhat stronger than I was expecting to, I clicked on the “place” tab.
Did I mention that I was using a Mac and Safari?
And so I clicked on the “place” tab. I clicked on the “place” tab. I clicked on the &*^*#@$^(*&^ “place” tab!
Apparently Mac folks aren’t allowed find out where a “place” is, but at least we can still see and click on their ads.
For more Telstra fun and frivolity, check out my other Telstra rants.