6 posts • joined 16 Jul 2008
Is it a coincidence that ITV2 were showing "Tomorrow Never Dies" last night where something similar happens ?
No wonder foreign companies are falling over themselves in the rush to get into the UK energy market when the quango which is supposed to serve UK interests produces figures like that which WE all end up paying for...
Shoot themselves in the foot - yet again
Developer1: Everything looks promising, so what can we do to mess this up ?
Developer2: How about move the minimise, maximize and close buttons to the left-hand corner and change their order ?
Developer1: Great! that is sure to work and upset loads of people...
I am a big fan of Ubuntu but I do have to question what complete fool decided to do this...
Just as they look like hitting the mainstream, someone decides that they know better...
Switch off network adapter when uncompressing for upgrade to work
If you start the upgrade, when the message comes up about uncompressing the files, disable the network adapter in the PC (or switch off the wireless if using a laptop), this skips the activation check and the upgrade installs.
I tested this last night and it worked fine on my iPhone 3G.
Basic Acer Aspire is roughly HALF THE PRICE of some netbooks
As previously mentioned, when comparing models some people seem to be missing the fact that a basic Acer Aspire is half the price of some other netbooks. I wouldn't disagree that some are technically better but the price differential should not be ignored.
"Note: It may take up to 10 days to process changes to these preferences"
Nice little entry at the bottom of the Advertising Preferences screen...
Note: It may take up to 10 days to process changes to these preferences
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