17 posts • joined Thursday 11th October 2007 20:48 GMT
I am from Florida (yes Andy Florida is in the US). I see a LOT of extremely huge and fat Europeans every year. Not sure exactly where you get your information, but you'll have to trust me on this one.
Or I will send you pics.... ;)
I assume you are trying to be funny, but just missed the mark with this. Better luck next time.
This is all just a red herring. We don't really care about the old tech in those planes, but we have to act like we do. Truth is, we don't even need planes any more. We can hit any target with our space based antimatter powered death ray.
did I just say that..
You can only sell what you own. Don't you think it may be in your own best interest NOT to sell off top line tech? Funny how many rant about (insert derogatory American slur here), yet your own gov't is clearly out of bounds on this issue.
Don't be a fool
Microsoft will be right behind them touting their own cloud compute platform.
And Gordon Daives, you could hardly be more wrong. Microsoft has won nothing. They will have to drop price to keep competitive, I already see this playing out everywhere when MS comes knocking looking to "true up" your contracts.
Maybe you should post your credentials so we have a better idea where you might be coming from with all your..."insight".
Let me guess. Marketing flunky at a Sun competitor?
Sun basically gives all their high end tech away for free, yet some of you clowns still beeyotch about it. What miserable little lives you must have. NetApe comes in, grabs up enormous amounts of free tech and bundles it all up in a proprietary package, and yet some of you same clowns take their side in this issue. Sun would have released ZFS whether the NetApes filed suit or not. Don't get me wrong, I am sure Sun, like all tech companies, are looking out for themselves first, but NetApe seems to be filing this suit to stop the release of some pretty nice technology instead of innovating to compete on their own merits. That my friends is pathetic and they will deserve any damaging ruling they get for wasting time and money on this kind of ill conceived assault.
Paris cuz she always gives it up for free.
Dude. You still probably need a few disks somewhere, don't you? Only a marketing flack would try make the energy argument here.
Booting a server from a disk across the net is hardly a revolution.
Who's yer daddy
Do you really think that the US would show their *true* capabilities. This was just a little public show so that everybody would think that the US tech is not nearly as advanced as it is. In reality, they could have used one of the many satellite based death rays to vaporize this space junk but that would have tipped their hand...
The dark side of "social networking"
Wake up you clowns. It's nothing but a marketing ploy. If they want me to sign up for their identity stealing and ad spamming services, they will have to pay me a monthly fee.
Blowhard and the next bubble
Steve Blowhard wants to help get the next interweb bubble on the fast track. History repeats itself. I don't know about the rest of you, but I don't EVER pay any attention at all to the friggin ads they place on their web 2.0 sites. Some day the advertisers may catch on to this and the interwebubble 2.0 will burst right in Ballsax face.
I am waiting for web 5.0 beta 2. I hear that is when things will really start happenin.
I see we have moved from blaming George Bush to blaming the Entire North American continent for all the worlds troubles.
I guess this is progress, but can we just skip to the end and blame the entire human race.
This kind of blind hatred scares me a whole lot more than any friggin global warming...
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