31 posts • joined 8 Nov 2007
if i will ever allow "smart" counters or "tagged" machines in my house w/o proper HF filtering to isolate their chitterchatter i shall be eControlled and would prefer just to get the damn cable directly in my brain - which will most likely finally may voting superfluous - they can then tell me whom to vote for anyways :/
... is the study about El Reg usage effects?
usage of carpets and gaffer not included, that is
that sounds like fun with EFI :)
looking forward to the first full-graphical virus with sound and automatic updates that hasn't MS slapped on it and lives in the (U)EFI space
for this to be a fake, too many regular newspapers have picked this up...
Googling for "micky Maus Polizei" has 21k hits, including "Bild" (german version of sun) - so it must be true. *g*
love that one
i don't want to be their admin :)
PDF Support enabled - PDFlib GmbH Version - if they have paid...?
SNMP libs are activated, too.. hm
premium support in sadville, payable via itunes on your jesus phone...
god, how i do envy you
i assume, if there are cvc2 numbers, the data _was_ sanitized before.
Anyway: there were no technical means to circumvent anyanere, so even DMCA-save this looks...
re. ethics: they were notified of a problem, but ignored it.
i have no idea who this coleman guy is, but i hope the average American has more clue than the guys/gals who set up this Site...
and yes, piracy is a reason for extradition (not that we have that many seaports, but still :) )
Al Gore didn't invent the internet, but he did make up global warming ;)
MS and piracy
when i last emailed/called them because of a site selling pirated SW (it also had a nice... "additional value" software pack, including a nice, powerful email engine), the person on the other end of the line told me they don't care.. some weeks ago... weird.
Quote: "download a decent database (like MS SQL)."
WTF???? next thing coming is "get a proper DBMS like Access" or what??????
how exacly does that differ from being a BOFH?
@Tim J: WTF - Piracy?!
WTF?! how exactly is it piracy to watch something i am already paying to be able to watch for? what's the difference if i pay for a subscription anyway (which enables me to watch and record channels 24/7) and being able to watch something from yesterday (for which i already paid, remember?) - based on the assumption i cannot watch stuff predating my subscription?
and - VOD - why can i record VOD on VHS, but are limited to just watch on most VOD channels w/o recording and watching it again without paying my x eur? Don't give me "lending from a videotheque" stuff, that business model was never clear to me, either... but that's not in scope.
good hand job, apparently
a car reader?
ROTM - my notebook can read my car, my car screws the freezer and the washing machine is reading my mind
if you travel in pairs, just go like that
[car1][car2] thru the 1st checkpoint and switch on the 2nd.
just one problem.. driving with <10cm security distance which would be required could be fined, too :)
Scary Devil Monastery? doubt it, though.. acronyms on something that is basically a translation from an older text.. and it's unlikely your 30 yrs are 1880-something..
mine's the one covered in pages....
10k word file? this is so office 6 *G* - haven't seen a word file that small in ages...
go for rape, likely you'll get a shorter sentence.. talk about out of proportion laws..
...was it a table?
i thought you just can cut off carriers that do not follow standards?
in the SS7 specs, the CI element may be set to untrustet, or network-provided...
if they _can_ set it to network provided, then the telco who allows this should be kicked sky-high....
@AC - Smart business decision
i don't get your point - what is NOT smart about supporting an open standard? (and for support and all the stuff you dream of receiving, the "open standard" does even work with MS Office nowadays)
where is this icon for "totally confused"?
erm.. daytime lights are not mandatory after another study that said the impact was neglectible or something like that.
(Austria: starting 4th jan, 2008)
currently, people are encouraged to use their brains again to see if light is needed or not... it is allowed to turn it on all the time, though
you know, there is a setting in the phone to disable this behaviour...
TOOLS>Appl Mgr>Options>Settings> Software Installation "All"...
*G* at least confesses that (even if openSSL-dev is not withouth guilt)
@the dark lord
that's what Crossover Office is useful for:
Linux: Even compatible with Windows malware!
mine is the one with the kernel image...
my 2 €c... interxion. they have actually security that makes me want to kill them from time to time... :)
must habe missed these ethernet specs *ggg*.. i thought singlemode fiber is maxed out at 2.4GBit..
i am getting old. anyone remember 10base2? *sigh*
*looking for the nostalgia-avatar...*
;) well, what about
water? seems to work here pretty well, there are energy companies that manage to deliver 100% energy from either reservoir power station or river power plants...
aren't there any rivers?
@Looking forward to SP3
erm.. your users are allowed internet access while roaming?!?
that's why VPNs were created... not the checkpoint type that allows LAN, internet and VPN, but the cisco type that locks off your computer to anything except VPN...
... well well
@cameron i'd go for the "absolute voltage" line... couldn't find that in the article, though... but i see your point. bar all negative numbers. these ppl should just use Kelvin like... erm.. noone else in the world.
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