14 posts • joined Thursday 3rd January 2008 13:47 GMT
Detailed customer research by BT
Does anyone every see these types of research? Why do journalists never seem to ask to see them as proof?
re: "Nothing to Hide"
oh dear.... another person with their head buried in the sand and does not understand risks. I bet you don't lock your doors, don't have a password on your PC and happy to let anyone search through your house and wallet because you haven't got anything to hide.
Isn't ignorance bliss......
Since i've had Broadband
I've had same IP address even though i do not have a static IP. When i was on dial up, i always got a different IP.
My connection has a contention of 50 so i am guessing that that the 49 other users also have the same IP and that we are behind a NAT router.
i've heard rumours
That the 777 is prone to issues where the flaps do not always work as they should and these early landings are not uncommon to correct this issue. There is also a conspiracy theory that Boeing design cannot be found to be at fault as they are a contactor for the US military
"competitive advantage" - nope, your playing catch-up
"Killer features continue to appear in software that confer such competitive advantage that procrastination is impossible.
The "it" in question here is the ability to handle spatial data. SQL Server 2008 has it. End of story. Yes, I know Oracle had spatial data types first"
That doesn't give you any competitive advantive as you'll be playing catch-up to the companies already using Oracle (as you pointed out)
what a prize tw*t
How about the REG (sorry about the pun) creating a Darwin Awards like competition for people doing this sort of thing as they need removing from the gene pool as well e.g. Darwin Awards - Complete Twat Table.
?? Is Lester angling for a free meal
or has he had one already?....... Is the Inq getting paid for this advert?
Mind you, it doesn't say if they are recommending the ovepriced restaurant or the overpriced bistro section.
Open Office XML - its a spoiler name
As you have fallen for the trap of getting it arse-about-face - its supposed to be Office Open XML
re: For Pete's Sake........
You obviously dont work in a organisation such as goverment where documents are stored for longer than 10 years.
If you can explain to us all the security implication of non-executable data file, we'll be all ears. This is security problem with MS Office itself and have probably coded themselves into a corner where they cannot fix the error.
Apart from that, your post was so childish which indicates that can't think further than a 12 year old can until he/she grows up and gets experience of the world outside his/her own little world.
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