9 posts • joined 26 Oct 2007
I experienced problems with HSBC's online banking about an hour ago (16:00 GMT). I just tried again (17:00 GMT) and it worked fine for me - either that or my details have been hijacked by a hacker.
My Nokia N900 came with an unlock screen graphic and a gesture that are patently identical to the Apple claim.
Can you get sales figures for the 10 most stupid. Would be interesting, no?
That was only a clip from the full song:
Journalists, what do they know?
The Guardian reports magic properties for the Bloom Box:
"But its real potential lies in its claimed ability to use any fuel source – gas, plants, wind, solar, etc"
Why are you illustrating this article with a photo of volcanic ash erupting from Mount Pinatubo?
You forgot to mention it is Linux
Nice review. I have the older n800 (no keyboard, no GPS, two SD slots) and it is the most useful gadget I have.
But you forgot to mention a key point - that the OS is Linux-based and, with a bit of guidance from maemo.org, you can do almost anything you want with it, for instance running perl scripts from the command line.
That didn't take long
The PFU website is already one of those annoying search/links sites that offer no benefit to mankind whatsoever.
I guess they got a cease and desist from The Man.
Reproduction with bicycles
Clearly, none of you has read The Third Policeman by Flann O'Brian.
"The gross and net result of it is that people who spend most of their natural lives riding iron bicycles over the rocky roadsteads of this parish get their personalities mixed up with the personalities of their bicycle as a result of the interchanging of the atoms of each of them and you would be surprised at the number of people in these parts who nearly are half people and half bicycles."
Agree the punishment is totally over the top.
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