Profile

Cover photo
Jason Burnett
Works at Whirled Creative
Attended Colorado State University
Lives in Atlanta, GA
111 followers|98,082 views
AboutPostsYouTube+1'sReviews

Stream

Jason Burnett

commented on a video on YouTube.
Shared publicly  - 
 
Okay, I'm pretty sure the part he is not allowed to reveal goes something like:
"after rubbing the unicorn feces on my scalp with his testes, the hairy garden gnome did the sand dance all over my head to make it take root. Now, I have enough hair for two people. And surprisingly, the rainbow dayglo color is easily hidden by over-the-counter hair color kits. I've never looked younger."

Jason Burnett

Discussion  - 
 
I am trying to automate the process of creating a new employee in Google Apps for Business. I need to create a folder for each user inside of a shared folder in Google Drive. Is this something I can do with Google Apps and if so, can someone point me in the right direction?
1
Steve Webster's profile photoBjorn Behrendt (EdListen)'s profile photo
7 comments
 
+Steve Webster I will reach out in july
Add a comment...

Jason Burnett

Shared publicly  - 
 
Really useful explanations on this site. Well-written, concise, and really useful.
1
Add a comment...

Jason Burnett

Shared publicly  - 
 
Here are some problems with Google Image search:

INABILITY TO NARROW RESULTS WHEN SEARCHING
When searching for a "hanging pendant lamp", you may start with the search terms "hanging lamp" where you would expect to narrow the results by subsequently searching for "hanging pendant lamp". 

That is to say that you would think that the entire subset of "hanging pendant lamps" would show up under the less specific search for "hanging lamps". This is not the case. 

TOO MANY DUPLICATES WHEN NOT NECESSARY
Furthermore, why doesn't Google image search use it's own image similarity algorithm to eliminate duplicate elements? It would save a lot of time and hassle if it would at least attempt to find original images.

ILL POSITIONED SEARCH BOX WITH MULTIPLE PAGE RESULTS
Obviously, if I am scrolling through page after page looking for a specific image, I may need to refine my search terms. And though I mentioned previously that it's not really refining your terms because you are likely to get an unrelated set of results, it would still be nice not to have to scroll all the way to the top of the page to enter new search terms. 

It's a simple line of CSS, maybe two lines of HTML to create a static positioned element that contained your search parameters. What could possibly be the advantage to doing it the way they have done it. I have to run GreaseMonkey just for the convenience of modifying my search terms? Google, come on!

LACK OF CONTEXTUAL SORTING DESPITE CONTEXTUAL TOOLS
And here is my last (for now) complaint about Google Image Search: why do you offer tools that you don't support sorting with. You can search for images of a certain size, but you can't sort by size to get the biggest or smallest image? That's pathetic. In fact, you can't ever sort your search results on Google.

I understand Google wants to get paid, but isn't that another entire avenue of marketing for you? Whenever someone sorts by image size, slap up some ad created by a company that enlarges images automatically. Sort by source URL and you can slap up an ad for Aardvark Graphics or some b.s. It's another way to charge for your contextual ads.

Also, with the fixed frame search feature, you could charge a premium for persistent small ads on either side of the search bar. Yet another reason to do it.

I just don't get Google's reasoning some times. And now, I am really beginning to question the quality of Google's results. More and more I find that Bing gets me the image I want, then I use Google's Image Recognition to find the size I need. Pathetic waste of time and energy on my part.

Shamefully ridiculous on Google's part.   #IMAGESEARCH
1
Add a comment...

Jason Burnett

Showing my Beard  - 
13
Chuck Fisher's profile photo
 
Nice beard!
Add a comment...

Jason Burnett

Shared publicly  - 
 
So just as soon as I complain about not being able to manage my music, I look at the help and sure enough you can right-click to select from a menu of options. Even though I swear I have right clicked a million times and never got a menu to show up until just now. wow.
1
Add a comment...

Jason Burnett

Shared publicly  - 
 
Google Music Service is too frustrating to use. I can't figure out how to delete songs that I don't want stored on it. I accidentally selected a folder with the entirety of my downloaded music from a popular service (with no names, no track info, just a code number) and now I have used up ALL of my space with garbage
1
Add a comment...
Have him in circles
111 people
Markus Roder's profile photo
James Stroup's profile photo
PEDRO ANDRES CASTAÑO's profile photo
Aaron Nakia Stone's profile photo
Jeremy Fultz's profile photo
Michael McCune's profile photo
Muhammad Shah's profile photo
dickswank's profile photo
James D Jackson's profile photo

Jason Burnett

Shared publicly  - 
 
Access and Control Android devices remotely from Mac/Win/Web with #AirDroid3:http://goo.gl/Vzk9EM
Access Android phone/tablet from computer remotely and securely. Manage SMS, files, photos and videos, WhatsApp, Line, WeChat and more on computer.
1
Jason Burnett's profile photo
 
Hey. What's up?
Add a comment...

Jason Burnett

Shared publicly  - 
 
My first theme
Add a personal touch to your browser. Create and share custom themes for Google Chrome with your own photos and designs.
1
ednews's profile photo
ednews
 
do you ride shot gun or in the Pilots seat?
Add a comment...

Jason Burnett

Shared publicly  - 
 
My partner signed up in December for Humana health care under the Affordable Care Act. Since he still hasn't received his benefit statement or his membership card, he called in to see if it was available on-line so he could find a doctor. 

Yesterday, he received a box in the mail from Humana. It contained a nice Hallmark card and a chocolate bar apologizing for the delay. Still no card, no benefits, no nothing. This is in addition to the dozen or so color flyers promoting Humana's bullshit "Living Well" campaign. 

Note: despite the fact that "Living Well" sounds a lot like "Bottomless Well" or at least implies that their customers are wells of income from which they can draw endlessly, is about preventative health--which, without a membership card or doctor, doesn't apply.

How many cards and candy bars have they sent out? At even $1 a piece, had that money been spent on healthcare instead of bullshit, his rates would be lower and maybe they could hire more employees to get caught up.

Affordable Health Care, though completely crippled by compromising to accommodate the selfish requirements of rich white republicans, was at least an attempt to bring the US up to date with regards to basic healthcare. Without continued government oversight, however, we will see more bullshit like this and less health care: it's going to fail.

#Humana, #healthcare, #AffordableHealthCareAct, #chocolate, #bullshit
1
Paige Harvey's profile photo
 
We received the chocolate bar too..the card took a long time! Keep calling them. 
Add a comment...

Jason Burnett

commented on a video on YouTube.
Shared publicly  - 
 
Flagged--totally not real.

Jason Burnett

Showing my Beard  - 
16
Sylvio Antonio Miranda's profile photo
 
cute!!
Add a comment...
People
Have him in circles
111 people
Markus Roder's profile photo
James Stroup's profile photo
PEDRO ANDRES CASTAÑO's profile photo
Aaron Nakia Stone's profile photo
Jeremy Fultz's profile photo
Michael McCune's profile photo
Muhammad Shah's profile photo
dickswank's profile photo
James D Jackson's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Creative Designer/Technical Consultant
Employment
  • Whirled Creative
    Creative Designer/Technical Consultant, present
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Atlanta, GA
Previously
Denver, Colorado - San Francisco, CA
Story
Tagline
Not all who wander are lost.
Bragging rights
Played a fundamental role in Sprint's decision to choose Motorola over AT&T for their cellular infrastructure
Education
  • Colorado State University
    Physics
  • Overland High School
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Other names
Jase
Jason Burnett's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Download Atomic Alarm Clock - Computer alarm clock and customize tray clock
www.drive-software.com

Download alarm clock for Windows and advanced replacement for tray clock.

WhirledView - My Chrome Theme
www.mychrometheme.com

Add a personal touch to your browser. Create and share custom themes for Google Chrome with your own photos and designs.

Difference Between Similar Terms and Things
www.differencebetween.net

Difference Between Similar Terms and Things. Differencebetween.net not only facilitates your understanding of a topic, but it also enables y

Is 'The Five Eyes Alliance' Conspiring to Spy on You?
www.theatlantic.com

The threat of surveillance agencies working together to surveil one another's citizens.

Chemo patient gets 1 of best friends back
www.sfgate.com

Saturday Moon got an e-mail from an Oakland woman who asked not to be identified, saying she'd found the Yorkie running free near Lake Merri

Google Web Fonts PT Sans Narrow
www.google.com

PT Sans Narrow. multiple designers. SIL Open Font License, 1.1. ParaType announces the release of PT Sans™ the first pan-Cyrillic public fon

Car Salesman Commission the Way it Works
carsalesprofessional.com

Here at the Car Sales Professional Blog we get lots of visitors that want to know more about Car Salesman Commission or how car salesmen get

I can't imagine how someone could give this park a rating more than one star. It is not so much a park as a big open field with lots of trash, literal trash, broken bottles, rocks, sticks, and a lot of unmanaged feces. There are technically two areas, but both are so close to the railroad tracks that the dogs come running in a panic every time a train comes. There is one light pole with a huge mound of trash around it and no landscaping, water, shelter, etc. To call this a dog park is really stretching the term park. It has a nice view of the city if you can stand the smell and don't mind your dog rolling in trash or waste. This could be really amazing if the community put some effort and a lot of money in it. But it's close proximity to the railroad tracks makes it terrifying for lots of dogs.
• • •
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I would never trust another vet with my animals. I cannot say enough good about this place. Dr. Ruth is the most wonderful, caring, generous, and thoughtful person you could ever meet. She treats her patients like family and when you leave your pet there for any reason, you know it is going to be well taken care of and loved. When we took my first dog , Peanut, to get her nails trimmed at PetSmart the woman told us about Dr. Ruth. Peanut needed oral surgery bad because her teeth were terrible. After calling around to every vet we could find, we were dismayed to find that everyone wanted to charge us at least $2500 for surgery and cleaning. We even had one quote for $5,000. Dr. Ruth sedated Peanut, removed the teeth, sewed her back up, cleaned the remaining teeth, gave us antibiotics and a steroid and the entire thing cost less than $500. We tried to get her to take more, but she wouldn't. After reading the reviews that are less than shining, you can see that they don't really hold water. Everyone has had a bad experience at some time with someone wonderful and if the other reviewers were to actually meet Dr. Ruth, they would feel embarrassed to have given her less than 5 stars. (but then again, when you live under a bridge, you get bitter...or so I hear)
• • •
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
It was a cold Friday afternoon when I got the final okay on my Artwork. I needed business cards fast. After trying all the print buyers online, I finally found Galaxy Custom Printing. They totally saved the day. Not only did they get my full color, two-sided business cards printed and ready same day, but they also caught a small production error in my artwork. Rather than ignore it, they called me to point it out. I was able to fix the problem and resubmit the file. You just won't find this kind of service anywhere else. They are the greatest and I cannot say enough good about them.
• • •
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
5 reviews
Map
Map
Map
The food here is unbelievably great. Since we moved to Castleberry Hill six months ago, we have started eating here at least twice a week. Always freshly grilled , the chicken is to die for. Literally everything on the menu is beyond compare.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The eye exam was comfortable and thorough. I felt as though Michael Stamboly, OD was friendly, direct, and honestly concerned for my welfare. Best eye exam yet. The entire staff was a pleasure to talk to and they go out of their way to make you comfortable. I really enjoyed my experience here and I recommend them highly.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago