26 posts • joined Thursday 24th January 2008 16:11 GMT
perhaps they can turn their attention to...
What would happen if you tied jam on toast jam side up on the back of a cat and dropped the cat onto the floor
Ipad3 to be powered by mystery power source from alien asteroid
One can only assume...
That they have realised what an easy mark your average apple user must be <g>
not only did they not back up
but they left the macbook in plain view inside a car.
How stupid is this person and how the hell did they get a degree and a research job ???
Sad to see you go but congrats on the new pos
It's almost enough to make me buy the Torygraph but not quite.
May sneak a peek at the copy the right wing bore down the pub comes down with though.
there really is one born every minute.
That's fine but.....
If you are unlucky to live near somone who has IP TV such as BT Vision you may find your BB connection speeds compromised
It is my understanding that BT undertake traffic shaping on lines through the cab to the exchange to ensure Quality of Service on the TV service (or Bus Lanes as BT like to call them)
so, if your neighbour(s) buy BT Vision expect your connection to be f**ked.
All working here
we got broadband and phones back this morning (I work in Paddington)
Yesterday was the quietest day I've had in years.
The usual 'when is it going to be fixed' complaints stopped when the users went out to lunch and found out that they couldn't buy anyhthing coz all of the POS stuff was knocked out and the cashppoints wern't working.
My office is down the road from the exchange
And we have our broadband back (altough the Easynet status page still reports an error). Monitoring software tells me it was about 2am this morning.
Still no phones though.
Fire Engines still outside the exchange as well.....
Many of the pubs
I know locally that had Sky TV have had it removed as the Landlord/lady could no longer justify the punitive costs imposed by Sky.
Can't see 3D making any difference to those pubs
MInes a (TV Free) Pint.
rebranded dog food
What you mentioned is nothing new and this was the point of the article I believe.
The martketeers etc are simply rebranding existing technoligies and methodologies as something new and exciting - of which it is usually neither
Companies have been renting external computing capacity for decades. I recall doing this in the 1980s at ICL.
Most recently I beleive it was referred to as outsourcing.
give the VLSC fiasco
this surprises me not one jot
so, the iPad may have a camera but......
will it have a flash ??????????
Thanks, but No Thanks.
Sorry, but his all looks like a case of a 'me too' device. 10 year old hardware platform with a slightly re-hashed version of an overbloated OS on board. No thanks.
I was tempted to buy a linux netbook but I think I may wait and see what Apple to with this segment of the market. All I want really is a light,portable device with decent battery life that I can use to surf on the move or on the sofa - not interested in using Office productivity apps as I don't work on the move
What I do find interesting is that nobody has mentioned so far that a while ago Steve Jobs said that Apple wouldn't enter the netbook/subnotebook market. But, if the rumours are correct, that seems to be exactly what they are prepping for .
Mine's a pint please
another message saying it will be back online tomorrow.
Apparently SOLACE stands for Society of Local Authority Chief Executives in the UK
I beleive Quantum is the from the latin Quantus and generally means a packet/part/amount.
so perhaps the plot is based around a group of Local Authority Chief Execs hellbent on World Domination/Destruction or perhaps above inflation increases in the Council Tax
just a guess
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