Two horrors I encountered this week which appalled me to my very soul:
1. This gray tiny dog that I saw on Saturday!
2. The Google Summer Picnic is tomorrow. Last month we were asked to RSVP via a web form. Usually I am very impressed by all the Google internal apps, but this time...
The form has 2 radio buttons: one for "I am attending myself" and one for "I'm bringing a guest". I select the second, and then repeatedly encounter an error on submitting.
After two minutes, I finally realized that they wanted me to select BOTH options, since I am attending and bringing a guest.
Horror washed over me.
I emailed the Summer Picnic Committee a long treatise, which centered around the point "RADIO BUTTONS ARE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE".
They fixed it the next day.
Today I go to pick up my wristband, and I learn that I have to bring a printout of my original confirmation page. That's right -- there is no way to access that page once I closed my browser. There is no confirmation email that I can print. Since I didn't happen to print that page last month, I am screwed.
I called upon my trusty Desktop Search but even it didn't cache the confirmation page.
Good thing none of our other applications are like this.