37 posts • joined 11 Nov 2007
"While discs can be ejected from the Vault’s carousel at anytime, you’ll not be able to access the digital copy when they’re AWOL."
Urrm, guys. I can self build a machine that can do that for £300. How could you fail to get it working on a machine that costs £30000? Must try harder.
No balance - I agree
I agree this issue is one where a "balance" view completely fails. The fact is that the law has invented a problem with people who share things that they own. This "problem" is a fiction, at best. Removing from law would be a nice small step forward.
There are plenty of things that can be shown empirically in an audio equipment test. For instance the Colorfly claims good high frequency performance and low jitter so why not do frequency response and jitter measurements?
What cannot be shown empirically is personal taste for particular sound colourations. Whether you go in for clean detailed sound or gentle valve distortion or even massive bass boost is your choice; taking empirical measurements simply shows which of these a given product delivers.
Good on em
They're only one country away from escaping that piece of pointlessness!
How hard is this????
Here's a simple idea:
1. Get films
2. Encode 264 and dolby (or dts) into an mkv or m4v container
3. Take my money!
Why aren't you on this yet?
"The complex issues involved have been considered already in the BT case and the future process for obtaining blocking orders, in clear cut cases at least, can only get quicker and less expensive"
Not only have you allowed the censors onto your own network, you've made it easier for them to get at others' networks. Why be so stupid?
Also, we really need to address the silly law against people sharing things that they own.
Seems like a good time to summon the hordes. Whatever time it is now.
They probably are
It's just that they're louder than your average christian.
Well it's a slight improvement on the usual
"We had your money, we spent it on worthless loans, go away."
Space is never simples!
What rate of spin (I have a feeling that even moon gravity would be a lot faster than "gentle"). How will spinning affect other systems? Will steering/manoeuvring this thing be more difficult?
Space engineering is hard.
Would it be rude...
... to suggest solving this problem with a generational genocide? Or by getting rid of winter fuel allowance and letting things sort themselves out?
Another law that's irrelevant to anything.
"makes you look like an Aphex Twin video if you stand in front of it"
This shit again
New media are teh devvils. We fucking get it. There's no need to repeat this statement every few years, it's not going to become true.
That in itself would be a good reason to de-orbit them.
Discs are only a transport media
Once you've got the discs I'm sure a little ripping and splicing can be used to put the films back in one piece.
Taking away someone's primary means of communicating with people leaves them "distressed, confused and isolated" who would've thought it.
This means we can finally fix politics... by sending cat videos to MPs to distract them from fucking things up.
Early doesn't matter
The census asks questions about march 27, you can fill it in early if you know what you expect the answers to be on that date.
The PS3 was sold for BOTH, it should do both. A "security" update for PSN really shouldn't affect the unrelated other OS feature.
Simple, "description of goods" is written in an arcane form of some english-like language in which "description" is a word for "summoning spell" and goods translates as "cthulhu".
Oooh such plight
The property owners got places to live. The value of said places becoming less inflated is absolutely no bad thing. What is the problem supposed to be?
It's for kids??
But.. I watch shaun the sheep, the disco episode with the pigs playing drum and bass was one of the best things ever broadcast on any broadcast medium ever.
Two thumbs down?
Sorry guys from where I'm sat the NI sectarian parties on both sides come across as fucking vile. They both seem to use the BNPs favourite strategy of picking a group of people and claiming they're responsible for everything that's shit. What I don't get is why this actually seems to win election in NI, must be a culture thing.
Oh some silly sectarian political party. Does anyone really care about them??
"You condemn Israel for protecting itself. Maybe it makes you feel morally superior. Maybe you even think that you will not suffer from acts of terrorism. Live in your blissful ignorance as long as you can, because it does not really matter whether Israel exists or not. Sooner or later the fundamentalist Islam will come-a-knocking on your door. By then it will already be too late."
FFS. The victim script was old before I was even born. Why do you continue to read from it. Israel is an aggro psycho nation who's problems ultimately stem from it's utterly stupid choice of location. I'll admit that the other side is aggro psycho too. Neither deserves sympathy. However, as certain western governments seem more supportive of Israel, it is more frequently targeted for criticism.
can anyone remember the definition of "democracy"?
Democracy - a system in which the public gets to vote for the colour of the 30" strap-on that's heading towards them.
Ok, so they improved the leader
but he's making his speech about the casual attitude to civil liberties from the podium of the party that voted for all those measures. His improved attitude is incompatible with being a labour member, I don't think he'll last.
power measured in mW...
... and no sign of anything resembling a decent ariel. You're not going to get much broadcast out of it. Stick the conventional dipole on a tower block.
Surely they were threatening the non-existent person named Customer with courts?
As one of those cretinous clueless teenagers, can I just say that I'm not necessarily going to vote for yellow scum. Blue scum or green scum haven't completely eliminated themselves as options yet.
Get the open source code. Put it in. Don't pay fees. Why is this so hard.
They should use existing infrastructure
The widespread distribution of build 7000 shows that all the needed infrastructure is in place. They're probably stalling this beta for some other reason.
@The Mighty Spang
The main problem I have with hamlet is that most it goes like this: "I should do something.... Should I do something?? I don't know what to do. etc." just in more poetic language.
@The Mighty Spang
It doesn't matter if Tennant sucks arse. He only has to go on stage and act emo for 4 hours. It should be less challenging than playing the doctor.
"The people responsible for terrorism and it's consequences are not the police or government but the terrorists."
While I accept that police operations are a consequence of terrorism, I don't think that they have to be severely flawed police operations. The terrorists don't control the police (not last time I checked anyway).
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