Thursday, August 23, 2007
For someone who’s not a big fan of change, I’ve had a grunt load lately.
Now, I am a big girl and I can adapt. Granted, I do so kicking and screaming – but I do adapt.
I’m now coping with two more crappy changes.
Worse yet - I brought one of them on myself. Bloody hell.
First, Rogers Yahoo just flat out changed the email format, layout, etc. of my Home Page. I was given a warning but no choice. And bingo! It finally happened last week.
Cry baby Beth. I don’t like it. I don’t think its new features are better. I actually think accessing my messages takes longer. I don’t want a friggin’ preview – I just want to click the mouse and go directly to my mail.
And now for the real kicker. I did the most dumb-ass thing today.
With my Hotmail account, I clicked on “Try the New Windows Live Hotmail.”
What was I smoking?? What drugs had I taken??
Is it not enough that I’m having to deal with my new Rogers email site? I wanted more grief? Am I some kind of masochist?
I HATE the New Windows Live Hotmail.
(What’s so “Live” about it, anyway?)
And I can’t get back to my old familiar, wonderful, comforting version.
Big sobs being emitted.
I WANNA GO BACK.
I thought “Try” meant exactly that. Try – and if you don’t like it you don’t have to stay. Looks like I’m staying.
I won’t even bother listing the things I don’t like about it. TNTC. (That’s medical lingo for “too numerous to count.”)
And I don’t want anyone telling me that any version of Hotmail stinks.
But I would really like it if someone could tell me if they know of any means or method by which I can switch back. Maybe? Hopefully?
Perhaps I can dream that someone from WINDOWS LIVE HOTMAIL will hear my plaintive (okay, whiney) wail/complaint and respond. (Hey, it worked with GMAC.)
Truly, the worst thing about this is the fact I have only myself to blame.
It’s not nice being pissed off at yourself.