27 posts • joined Thursday 10th January 2008 14:58 GMT
But this isn't a bad thing, surely you're already reaping the benefits of a centralised, de-duped array? And you're using less space that you would otherwise be?
His numbers do make sense though, although the rate of change surely needs to be considered.
Please define hacking
As entering a default PIN into a voicemail access landline number doesn't fit IMHO.
Ask Steve Jobs...
But... am I a muppet?
Whilst I am happy that someone is standing up against this ridiculous legislation, something smells fishy.
Why would BT or Talktalk be upset at pirates(yes yes i know...) wanting to go to smaller ISP's to avoid detection? Surely those are the higher bandwidth users that they could do without?
Have you ever tried to get your board to spend millions on kit from a company they have never heard of?
Low risk is better than a faster ROI in many segments...
ATTENTION ALL PARENTS
If you are worried about your kids being contacted by people on the Internet, try a revolutionary technique I have dubbed "Talking to them".
Teenagers have always thought they know better. I know I did.
A button is going to make naff all difference, so why this berk from CEOP keeps going on and on about it, I don't know. How many (related) arrests have there been since the button was put on MSN?
(Does anyone else think Steve J carries a packet of Werthers around i his pocket?)
I'm local, and there is no way on this blue earth you'll get me down Coopers Hill.
Agree with Kristian though - tis a proper good day out, with Cracking Cheese to boot.
Ringtones are NOT Ringback Tones
Come on guys. As if you'd pay a monthly charge for an MP3 file on your phone...
Even Paris wouldn't.
Don't give them one...
My offspring can have one when they can afford to pay for the damn thing themselves. I refuse to believe that the big wide world is any more significantly dangerous than when I was growing up, and bleating Daily Mail readers telling me to "think of the children" can quite literally stick it.
I'll protect my kids through good parenting, not by throwing money at them dag-nammit!
(Paris cos i might be tempted to give her one...)
Or read the article first...
If I lived inside the M25, and used a car to commute, and someone offered me a car that was limited to speed limits when inside the M25 i would probably ignore it, and walk on by.
If it was cheaper, either through initial subsidy, cheap/free tax, cheap insurance and congestion charge exempt i would definately be interested.
I'd be more interested if it only limited me when in 30 or 40 mph areas, but didn't bother me on a dual carriageway/motorway.
I'd be more interested if I knew it couldn't "phone home", or at least I couldn't be forced to let it...
I'd be really interested if it made the car fly /invisible / had machine guns in the indicators... oh, sorry!
Paris, cos i'd be most interested if they could trial it there first!
Excellent job Simon - just off for my 3 pints complete with chasers now.
Oh, and please can we have a link on the front page, for some reason clicking on the word "Sods" is frowned upon here...
Paris cos i've clicked on enough sodding links to her...
In a fair democracy, surely he should be allowed to kill himself however he likes. If his vehicle of choice is a 450BHP (His numbers...) bike with an extra long swing arm, then thats up to him.
Bearing in mind the pic of the bike in a fairly undesirable area of Gloucester on another vid, can i presume he works at Fasthosts?
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