• How do I add categories to the markers on Google Maps?

    I noticed that Google Maps has a new feature that lets me rate locations. In order to find locations, I have to search the categories. I created a map with many markers of the city I live in, but at no point did I see an option to add a category to the markers. It would be nice to categorise my markers so that it is easier to find locations by... show more
    I noticed that Google Maps has a new feature that lets me rate locations. In order to find locations, I have to search the categories. I created a map with many markers of the city I live in, but at no point did I see an option to add a category to the markers. It would be nice to categorise my markers so that it is easier to find locations by type. How do you do add categories?
    1 answer · Google · 7 years ago
  • Where can I find Doosan Bears Songs and Cheers?

    I'm on the hunt for the Doosan Bears Songs and Cheers, in Korean or English format. I tried writing to them, but Korean sites so LOVE answering emails that you never get an answer, especially when you write in English. I tried Google in various ways and also general searching. If anyone has any information on this, your help would be appreciated.
    I'm on the hunt for the Doosan Bears Songs and Cheers, in Korean or English format. I tried writing to them, but Korean sites so LOVE answering emails that you never get an answer, especially when you write in English. I tried Google in various ways and also general searching. If anyone has any information on this, your help would be appreciated.
    1 answer · Korea · 8 years ago
  • Buying Hookas in Korea?

    I've been looking online for a place that can sell me a Hooka/Hubly/Shisha for a decent price. I don't want to buy one where I am not and shlep it all the way back to Korea. I will also need supplies. For those who don't know, a Hooka is nothing more than a device to smoke tobacco mixed with molasses and fruit, mainly. No illegal... show more
    I've been looking online for a place that can sell me a Hooka/Hubly/Shisha for a decent price. I don't want to buy one where I am not and shlep it all the way back to Korea. I will also need supplies. For those who don't know, a Hooka is nothing more than a device to smoke tobacco mixed with molasses and fruit, mainly. No illegal drugs involved. Also, I'm not looking for a place to GO smoke. Anywhere outside of the Arab speaking countries is generally disgusting in the way they handle hygiene on the pipes. I want my own pipe and supplies.
    1 answer · Korea · 8 years ago
  • Korean Keyboard on Kubuntu?

    I have been trying for almost a week now to get my keyboard to type Hangeul. I tried searching for answers and applying the ideas, but nothing works. I am quite new to Linux, so there are many things that I don't see as obvious. I managed to get it done in Ubuntu 10.0.4 under Gnome, but the same K(DE)ubuntu is not playing along. I tried IBus,... show more
    I have been trying for almost a week now to get my keyboard to type Hangeul. I tried searching for answers and applying the ideas, but nothing works. I am quite new to Linux, so there are many things that I don't see as obvious. I managed to get it done in Ubuntu 10.0.4 under Gnome, but the same K(DE)ubuntu is not playing along. I tried IBus, like in the GDE, but that doesn't do anything. I can't even find IBus to do anything. I tried playing with SCIM, but I don't see any options that lets me chose the keyboard settings I need. Today I tried SKIM, but still not working. I tried installing extra languages on the system, but as soon as I install Korea, all my menu items in the language preferences turn to Korean, even if I installed another language before Korean. When I try to set English as the default language an update dialogue appears and it keeps on updating seemingly in an endless loop. I am not Korean and can't use a Korean system, so this is not going to work. Needless to say, with everything being in Korean I can now not make heads or tails of IBus or SCIM or SKIM or even my browser. Has anyone managed to install a Korean layout on English Kubuntu system?
    2 answers · Programming & Design · 8 years ago