Should've given him 31337?
1327 posts • joined 12 Oct 2007
Should've given him 31337?
"That's right, I don't need my house heated during the coldest portion of the night...."
So you keep the heating cranked up all night? That's not very green of you.
"People have told us that accessing all of their Google stuff with one account makes life a whole lot easier,"
Yes, that's true. One account is great, but why did I need to join a social network to rate a Play Store app?
Or, someone reports them for using the home version in an enterprise and they get sued for breach of contract.
And seriously, no matter what the built-in OS, why would anyone leave control systems for health monitors or CNC systems plugged into the internet? Our CNC controllers get plugged in when the manufacturer needs to connect to troubleshoot and then they're unplugged again.
"Frankly, I genuinely find it hard to imagine a more dislikeable legal role than Disney IP lawyer."
Well... Aple IP lawyer ranks right up (down?) there.
OK, how about IP lawyer in general?
And my reseller wanted to know why I wanted 50 ProPlus licenses instead of 50 O365 subscriptions...
Photoshop 7 has always given me grief with installing on Win7 64 bit - Windows redirects it to 'Program Files (x86)', which it's supposed to do, but PS7 doesn't like being anywhere but 'Program Files'. It's been a while - can't remember how to work around it.
Q: What's the best thing to come out of Calgary?
A: Highway 2 north to Edmonton.
'You're listening to it wrong.'
Awesome. Now we can all look forward to hours of mainstream media coverage of how Apple invented smart homes.
Besides, you can already run a nice little port replicator on your laptop using plain old USB3, including running dual monitors and gigabit ethernet.
"At $150/hour get someone else to do it for you."
Or at least give yourself some sort of 'friends and family' discount.
's what happens when you try to type a comment on a smartwatch.
"most of the walls in our house have rounded edges..."
Expect a visit from Apple's lawyers
£100 for the 40 watt (equivalent) version
add £100 if you want 60 watts, and another £100 for the 100 watt
Shoulda bought the iBelt
"If the watch can still perform the functions that it had when you purchased it, then it is not obsolete."
By this logic, you'd think you'd see a lot more iPhone 1's out there in the wild...
Whoa, whoa, whoa there, killer...
Who said you were buying anything? I'm sure buried somewhere in the TOS is a reminder that all you're doing is leasing the ability to be hip and fashionable at the coffee shop.
There's your difference. Rolex makes nice looking watches. Apple makes chunky square blocks with screens on the front.
Look at me!! Sitting on the floor beside the electrical outlet at the airport, charging my watch as well as my phone!!
I keep my access card in my wallet - I hate wearing the little yo-yo-on-the-belt holders, and lanyards make me feel like I should be backstage at a rock concert, not entering the office from the west stairwell. Problem is, our RFID readers also seem to read NFC credit cards, so when you wave your wallet at the reader, it's a crapshoot which card the reader is going to pick up first. Didn't take more than a few faceplants into a door that's still locked because my Visa won't open it before I finally learned to slow down and make sure I hear the little click of freedom.
Pardon me, Official Reg units only please.
How many Olympic Swimming Pools?
...or a large anchor tossed out the back door.
Shhh... don't contradict. What you're seeing here is the beginning of the RDF in action. Soon, Apple will have invented the wristwatch and everybody will have copied them.
"stuff you leave outside an Oxfam shop before running like hell"
Sitting in a pizza shop and people are starting at me wondering if I'm insane because of the laughing.
Passionate about ladies in their underwear
Betcha not so firm after they're taken of...
Possibly, but unlikely. From the video, it looks like the first indication that you're being 'lasered' at is that things start glowing red and exploding.
Windows 2000 is just a name, not a version number. It was actually NT 5.0, so you don't have to worry.
4Chan? Isn't that the guy who hacked into Apple and leaked those nudie pics of that girl from the Hunger Games?
Gee. $350 million? Apple execs might have to dig through the cushions of more than one couch to come up with that kind of money.
No, just as a proper Englishman, he doesn't pronounce the W in a word that ends in W, replacing it with an R instead.
And seriously? The 'watch edition' watch? What are the other ones? Socks and blenders?
Over here that joke is about corvettes and cacti
You're lucky. We have the dreaded 'Redneck in a Pickup Truck' to deal with as well as BMW and Audi drivers.
Known as the 'Rig Rocket' as they can only be afforded by oilfield workers, they're jacked up high, fitted with loud exhausts and 24" wheels, and the drivers are almost 100% dicks.
The other prediction that the 6+ will be a 'failure' compared to the 6 isn't news either. Samsung sells more Galaxy S's than they do Notes, but they still sell enough Notes to make them a worthwhile product, which is pretty much what I'll bet Apple is finding with the 6+
"So if - during bad weather - a tree falls on a train and kills 50 people, it's a natural disaster, not a train wreck?"
No, more like if a hurricane blows in and takes a train out, killing 50 people, which, incidentally, is 50 more people than were killed by the Fukushima plant getting hit by a record tsunami.
Better ban trains.
Bastages. Cork soakers. Always bullshteining you.
Sadly it's not just software sites like CNet... I know a lot of people who've made the mistake of Googling 'Java' or similar and clicking the first item on the list - which just happened to be one of the few advertised at the top of the search results. By the time I got involved in one case, they'd filled out the forms with all of their personal info and were wondering if they should buy the 'full support' package, whatever that was.
I have two users here - one with a Q10 and one with a Q5 and both had the same reaction when they got them (both upgraded from Curves). Within a week, though, they were going crazy with swiping and tapping, and both commented that the new interface is much faster to navigate and work with.
You'd prefer only reviews of phones with worse screens and chipsets?
Of course not. You've ceased to become a revenue stream for them. You're not going to be buying any more songs from iTunes and you're not going to be looking at any more ads on Facebook.
Gee, I wonder what Lookout is trying to sell
Supersize your memory from 16GB to 32GB
When something goes titsup, what you're doing to try and get it working again isn't called 'maintenance', it's called 'repairs'.
Does Optical Express advertise on Facebook? If so, there's no way she's ever going to have her page restored.
Maybe it's to avoid beheading?
“Don’t pick it up, pick it up, pick it up – quick, pass it on, pass it on…”
I also liked the part about how much concrete is used building a nuke power station. Wonder how it compares to building something like the Hoover Dam....
Ah, but it's an iProduct. You're expected to buy the Apple Watch 1S next year, so you won't care about the old one's battery life.