I'm an engineer with 15+ years of experience at all levels of the stack. Have worked both for, and at, a handful of YC companies. Currently have about 20 hours / week of availability, with potentially a bit more freeing up next month.
I noticed a few hours ago that I wanted to listen to a bunch of acts at Coachella that were on different channels. I didn't really want to have to remember to switch, though, so I hacked this together so that I could select all the acts I want to listen to and it would just switch between them for me when they came on.
If you visit the Sandlot at Coors Field, you can actually have 'original recipe' Blue Moon. They have a handful of other beers that are only available there, it's a cool spot to check out if you like Blue Moon.
You're getting downvoted because you miss the point. You want the web to cater to you, and big companies with infinite resources will, but smaller companies just won't. The cost to support users such as you is just not worth it, you're too small of a segment. People are going to focus their design + resources on the 99% of users who have decided they want the web to work properly.
> The cost to support users such as you is just not worth it, you're too small of a segment.
You don't understand. The web is content-based. Like motherfuckingwebsite.com  shows, you don't need dynamic content to present your message. If I need to download 1MB of JS to see your freaking tagline, then that's ridiculous.