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LOL Jack, very funny title :)
What's with the STUPID HEADLINES all of a sardine?
Re: Dork City
New here? Welcome. And enjoy.
(I don't work for ElReg, just a lowly commentard, etc.)
AI Coding for Universal Singularities, a Quite Heavenly Phorm and Devilishly Cunning PaaS Service
New here? Welcome. And enjoy.
(I don't work for ElReg, just a lowly commentard, etc.) ..... jake Posted Friday 1st March 2013 00:59 GMT
:-) Ideally, jake, does El Reg work in the shade and the shadows for Us .... which I am sorely tempted to share and fully capitalise with a US rendition for an extraordinary quantum communication control system which monitors and mentors thoughts to us, of US, for Us .... and other wholly leading combinations of that Simply Complex Virtual Trinity.
Do you want some of that pollen for your bees, Sacha Labourey, for a new and surreal FlowUR Power with Universal Resources and Heavenly Assets .... which be specifically intelligently designed to create an Almighty Buzz in Angel Investment Programs and Venture Capital Projects with AI ProgramMING Protocols assuring Intellectual Property Virtual Protection and CyberIntelAIgent Security Servering? Or is it to be with IT Command and Control, a Stealthy APT Service App and Silly Unnecessary Networking Competition in the Gift of Others?
That choice be yours, for you and yours to make and take and share with El Reg commentards, both far and wide and near, high and low and all ports inbetween.
But there's absolutely nothing for anyone decent to worry about, but as for the rest, will they have everything to be constantly concerned is an APT Application of ProgramMING, methinks, with the beta crash testing of dummies in sweet sticky perverse and easily corrupted systems of virtually anonymous remote executive administration.
And yes, corrupt and perverse markets have every right and good reason to also be worried if they aint educated anywhere near well enough, nor be they SMARTR Enabled to Export Experts in IT for Global Command Head Quarters Control too.
Hands up all those useless fools and useful tools into acting like crazed idiots and mad despots who don't think a great deal at all, and certainly nothing creative and constructive about Realising the Present and would imagine the Future much the same as the Past. Be honest with yourself now, no deluding oneself with tales of daring does not yet done which are therefore manifestly not true and just figments of imagination in a weak and/or febrile mind.
Have a nice day, y'all.
@amfM (was: Re: AI Coding for Universal Singularities ::sorry, had to snip itfor length::)
Sublime, amfM. Just sublime. STOB might want to watch her back. Made me grin, anyway.
Ta. Have a homebrew on me.
However, I suggest using "all y'all" instead of "y'all" in this case ... it'd be more fitting ;-)
Re: Dork City
Nah I've read El Reg since the early 2000s, so not new, but certainly a new commentard. Anyway, usually the headlines are CLEVER. Just CAPSING a few WORDS, which seems to have taken over the usual wittiness, ISN'T all THAT witty.
@Pudge (was: Re: Dork City)
Not sure of your lat/lon, nor am I asking ... but ElReg has been a RedTopBritishTabloid since it's inception ... CAPS are used to DRAW LUSERS IN!!!!1!
It seems to have worked in your case ... Not that that's a bad thang. Or a good one, for that matter. Voice your opinion at random. It'll probably piss off the regulars. That's why I'm here ;-)
During the meanwhile, relax and have a homebrew.
PAAS? Surely it's not almost Easter already ...
You know, those easter-egg dye & decorate kits from Specialty Brands? All flash & glam, but no added substance, made especially to impress the children, and separate money from the adults?
Oh. I see the cloud connection now ...
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