940 posts • joined 1 Mar 2007
Re: So chatbots wired to lie dectectors make more effective HR droids.
"This looks like a very bad day for HR droids."
It would seem these aren't the droids the US government is looking for.
If a link is there on a search engine...
but there's nobody there to search for it,
does it really exist?
Probably put there so that when you send the phone in for repairs they can tell whether you've been mistreating the battery.
Re: Public referendum necessary
I think an 'L' accidentally slipped into your title there.
Re: We've got 3D printers and scanners at work
Actually we print body parts all the time...
But purely for medical purposes.
We've got 3D printers and scanners at work
When they arrived, the first rule from the boss was...
No printing of our own body parts.
"word in Spanish (where it means person with a missing limb) and a Japanese had to cover her ears since it also means lady part to them."
Can't wait until a Spanish speaking country gets to host the Paralympic Games!
comes ready-built with the story!
Re: Hmm can you....
You'd just end up with a lit-up skirt - the drones carry the lighting, not the camera.
Re: more of Katarina please!
Now we've had pliers can we have a 20 interesting facts about screws BuzzGasm article please.
Not only IKEA... to add an IT angle
there appears to be an Apple Store on I've got a screw loose street too - how apposite!
Re: RE traditionally separates would be swapped out over time
Fortunately not, although the amp I replaced it with is about the same age as him.
"traditionally separates would be swapped out over time"
I can't be very traditional then - original turntable and speakers still going strong after 31 years, original CD player still fine after 27 years. Things have got added, but the only thing swapped out was an amp that went bad.
Re: This new stuff looks boring
I thought the number of knobs and flashing lights on hi-fi equipment was inversely proportional to the audio quality.
The famous porn brand BaDoink
Never heard of them before this article. Obviously their advertising department hasn't been trying hard enough!
Will it leave their subjects dimm-witted?
"children's bare bottoms may be considered to be pornography"
does that include those advertising nappies?
"I'd like to see an entire phone case made out of it so that I can see the phone hardware inside."
Surely the case should be made from stainless steel. A Sapphire and Steel iPhone - that might be enough to convert me!
"I suspect guerilla marketing"
If it's true about the new glass technology, it's not gorilla marketing, that's for sure!
Re: No Sympathy
"IIRC 20 years ago Windows wasn't even an OS, it was a GUI that ran on top of DOS."
Not every Windows of that era. Windows NT 3.1 is just coming up to its 21st birthday - that wasn't just a GUI on top of DOS.
Do the perks include such things as bacon sarnie testing and those post-pub grub deathmatches?
That could be the clincher!
Re: Nice - boots...
Maybe he found them in the 9th Doctor's wardrobe.
" I've met very few women who don't own up to having a "plastic orifice simulator". "
Although most of the women I know own up to having a plastic orifice...
... but then their most important accessory is a bicycle pump!
An earlier version attached to an etch-a-sketch...
... But all the users complained - when they got a bit vigorous with it, the picture disappeared.
Re: oh ... ISIS!!!!
Now I hear there's an Iraqi counter-revolutionary group... ISN'TISN'T
Re: WTF? "Sun level" @ AC
Have you never seen Buzzfeed?
I clicked on the link to the report...
... and they wanted to charge me £2500.
Now, that's an in-app purchase and some!
Re: What Mister Musk needs... @Richard Taylor 2
Oatmeal cookies might be a good compromise...
Re: What Mister Musk needs...
"A batter with about the same energy density..."
I thought he was going to be feeding cars with Yorkshire pudding!
You can actually see for yourself, here.
I wish they'd put some pop-up tool-tips on those cryptic icons underneath each wish. They think I'm going to click on something if I don't know what it does?
I used to get sexual satisfaction spraying myself from the garden hose, but now the water's stopped coming out....
It's just been getting too kinky!
Re: Reminds of something I read in the newspaper years ago
"a person having consensual sex with an animal would be free to do so, which cannot be allowed. He was asked how you could tell if an animal is consenting?"
Remember folks, neigh always means neigh.
Re: I disagree @r 11
Ignoring voice commands from the wife?
That's a proper man's phone!
What could the bank have done?
The kids didn't interfere with the standard hardware or software to gain access. The didn't steal passwords in any underhand manner. All they did was follow instructions from a publicly available manual, quite possibly from the ATM manufacturer's website (e.g. Triton ATM have them on their site for their machines).
Really all they could say is 'mea culpa' as they didn't take prwcautions to change the password from the default.
Did they use an Atari Portfolio?
Wow - I never realised that LEO was such a dusty place that a laser beam would show up so well, or that artists could see well into the infra red!
Took ages to convince my parents...
that an electronic engineering degree was not a qualification for fixing Christmas tree lights.
"as the pegs you can see on the right of the desk/case are designed to let them hang their special explosion-sound-enhancing headphones"
Damn... I was hoping you were going to say it doubled up as a table-football table!
Re: Load up your Kindle and...
Wouldn't Roger Mellie be better for swearing in on?
If it were the Paris Metro...
the M would be in a circle.
Could it be the Bucharest metro? - that uses a plain M for its symbol and has a Victoria Station too (Piaţa Victoriei).
Re: @The Vociferous Time Waster Made in chelsea
Damn ... I must have been drinking in the wrong kind of bars!
Re: Yttrium and zirconium
Could have used an Epson printer...
except the world's supply of yttrium and zirconium would be wasted on head cleaning cycles!
Err... how about, you need to visualise the page linking structure of the site in 3D so you can optimise the number of clicks it takes to get from one page to any other page?
Shouldn't there be a Johnny in the front seat?
Re: Which version?
You forgot The Apocrypha - otherwise known as Old Testament Service Pack 1.
The article would indicate one of the versions of The New Testament (2.0 is generally considered to have been written in Greek). Could be any of the 2.x versions in any one of the language variations. Perhaps the Arapaho translation!
If you're going to use bits of ancient texts as encryption keys, wouldn't the Illiad be a more appropriate source for a trojan?
those Windows POS Terminal updates reported yesterday (http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/05/26/german_tinkerer_gets_around_xpocalypse/) that are supposed to keep your XP system secure by pretending it's a POS haven't even kept real POS terminals secure?
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