26 posts • joined Thursday 31st July 2008 09:44 GMT
@small distinction between MAc and non-mac #
I beg your pardon, I *have* converted a TV into an oscilloscope.
The fact that I nearly electrocuted myself in the process is incidental......
BTW regarding "free" software, I would much rather burn discs with K3B than Roxio Creator Basic.
Pimp my duckhouse
And the prize for the best website goes to...... Mrs .Hunt
with Paw Bokenfohr..
I bought a Motorola once, the UI was unfathomable.
Then they insulted me with their "Hello moto" campaign.
I will never buy a Motorola again! Or drink Bud for that matter - it's shite!
I also did not bother to watch the vid, I gave away my TV so that I don't have to watch incessant crap like this.
God, I'm grumpy :)
I've been trying Kubuntu 9.10 for a couple of weeks and I have to say that the KPackageKit *is* crap.
This one thing may make me stick with the latest Ubuntu with Synaptic.
The KDE team seem to be trying to emulate Vista, bad idea!
As for Broadcom I just click on "Use Proprietary driver" and it works.
In your review it would be good if you tried to print a high quality image and see if works.
I still have to print from XP for any art-work to look OK.
Pay *me* and I will do it for you :)
iwon't buy it!
After an initial shock (is that a pun?) I think that isnack is quite a fun name.
However just as I'm adverse to the "K" words (Kwiksave etc.) I will never buy any product that is prefixed by the letter i. </grump>
I know nothing about servers but TestDisk certainly recovered my XP box partitions after I had accidentally deleted them. It's a very powerful little utility, I even sent the author some money and that is rare for me!
I have also used his PhotoRec to recover images off a duff SD card.
Quisling, after Norwegian politician Vidkun Quisling, who assisted Nazi Germany to conquer his own country, is a term used to describe traitors and collaborators. It was most commonly used for fascist political parties and military and paramilitary forces in occupied Allied countries which collaborated with Axis occupiers in World War II, as well as for their members and other collaborators.
Bad collective memories
No one seems to remember that the reason that everyone went blind and then died of the plague was due to orbiting nuclear and bacteriological weapons that were triggered by a meteor shower. Phew!
The triffids are really incidental to the story, it's about the breakdown of civilization.
Please keep up!
Actually 2+2=5 and not 4 because some(one) has to be doing the counting.
It's quite possible that consciousness is Universal, therefore without it nothing would exist.
Mine's the one with The Cosmic Doctrine in the pocket!
Why can't some smartphone maker buy the rights to the microwriter system?
It took me about 20 minutes to learn basic typing on the AgendA organiser that I bought in 1989.
It had a serial port connection to a PC and would duplicate the keyboard.
I could type faster with it than I'm doing now.
I would buy another if it could make phone calls.
For you youngsters here's a picture of one.
At the the Tesco checkout counter:
WTF should I give my money to the shareholders of Tesco or any one else other than the gov?
WTF do they need my biometrics for anyway?
WTF should I stay in this* country? (used to be my* country)
Not long now and I'm off for good. fuck'em!
All "yale" type keys are insecure. Go to Youtube and search for "bump key".
The funniest clip is of a Dutch lock picking club where they have spent years perfecting their craft.
The bump key man opens several locks in a few seconds with no skill needed, the others look *really* pissed off.
Your insurance will not pay up if someone uses one to open your house as there is no trace of forced entry.
As for me, I don't bother locking the door. This laptop is 9 years old and weighs 20lb! Plus you would have to swim with it across the Pentland Firth.
Paris, 'cos she leaves her doors open too
Some nice folk recently left our local lifeboat station a bequest.
When their yacht had got into difficulties off the coast of Spain a nearby fishing boat would not assist them until they had handed over all their valuables.
OFCOM directors should carry gold sovereigns when afloat :)
Someone should post pictures of them so that they can be recognized all around the coast.
My inflatable Paris works well as a life preserver :-)
I KNOW WHO DID IT!
It was the milkman! Have you never noticed that just about every Avenger episode is set on an old RAF base.
Then along comes the cyborg/crim/maniac/spy on his milk float and does the deed....flipping obvious to us armchair dicks. (I mean detectives :))
Mines the leather one with Emma Peel...........oh my god!
watch your back(side)!!!
40 years ago my Saturday job was to wash the Rolls Royce of the female Dean of a London medical college. Her house backed onto Hampstead Heath.
She decided that a mature tree in the park blocked her view so she drilled a hole in it and injected it with cyanide. Nice view now!
Don't piss off woman like this, oh someone at door.......
I can run Bricscad (Autocad clone) and Sketchup on an ancient 433Mhz laptop with Kubuntu 7.04.
The Linux version of Briscad costs about £100 and my Autocad expert friend was impressed with it. I have no connection with either of these companys.
Hope this helps.
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