Re: Telly Tax exit stage right!!
If he does watch BBC stuff on Netflix then he's paying Netflix you idiot
285 posts • joined 7 Feb 2008
If he does watch BBC stuff on Netflix then he's paying Netflix you idiot
Of course body shops will be able to men's minor dents and scratches - and more. They've been fixing Landrovers for decades.
I'd say Landrover have been quite clever more than Jag....LR have used aluminium since they started, in fact that's why Landrover was invented....
Thank God the Chinese did NOT get Rover. MGR leased the brand from Ford so they could never build a Rover badged 4x4.
Amusingly SAIC failed to realise this and specced a load of grilles etc to take the Rover shield, and were promptly told to piss off. This is why they invented Roewe, with its sheild shaped badge.
Rover is back where it belongs, sleeping quietly at Solihull. MG, on the other hand, is utterly, utterly screwed.
You could say most of that about Maplin as well...
All the XP machines that I support now run Mint 17.1 - Its an LTS release and is good till 2019....MATE means that anyone used to XP is happy in minutes.
Theres a completely different record for cars with driven wheels.
This is an engineering challenge that is involving schools, universities etc. Its also a great adventure. Noone has EVER done this before and I think it'll be not only the largest ever numerical increase in the land speed record, but the largest percentage increase as well.
Anyway, designed in Britain, engineered as far as possible in Britain, Jaguar fuel pump, Eurofighter jet engine...hoe much more British do you want?
Probably becuase of 'Let it Go'. Even in its own context its an uplifting, power-ballady type of thing that effectively carries the whole film.
O2s crappy network, with GiffGaffs crappy systems glued on too so double the chance of outages as far as I could see.
Plus crowdsourced technical support. Cheap but not very cheerful.
I went from O2 to 3 via (shudder) GiffGaff.
3 have been cheaper and much, much better.
Agreed - that pretty much told us nothing. A complete waste of time.
Plusnet store your Login details in plaintext, and will email your password out to you happily.
If you question this they will tell you that the password database has no connection to the internet so is perfectly safe - nothing can possibly go wrong. How they send your password out to you if this is true is a mystery....
You can get light switches where the switch covers virtually the whole plate. The UK light switch is as big as it is so it uses the same box as the UK power socket, which is as big as it is to take a UK 13 amp plug.
Its actually NOT unusable on Android. Its my browser of choice on Android....
"Consider this: Who buys a British car for its engineering?"
Well JLR sold 425,006 in 2013 - up 19%...
If thats a KV6 lets hope it wasn't the first gen one - more Kettle than Kool.
They understand perfectly - as long as they use it as 'catchup' and not to watch 'live' broadcast then TVL can do one, as they 'do not have a TV'.
Seeing as the '80s Rover' takes in the R8 at one end - probably the best car in its class at the time, and still handsome compared to the blobby, over styled messes we get these days, and the sleek SD1 at the other (the examples that are still on the road are sorted and often have V8s), and can be fixed by any backstreet garage then I have no problem with that.
But Apple, IIRC, now have their own ad network, and take a cut of anything third parties sell you...so you're already a customer AND the product.
New here, are you?
Plus.net store passwords in the clear... And will email them out to you on request. Apparently this is fine as the database is not internet facing and would require a member of staff to durable your password. Or something equally unconvincing.
Build them out of what?
Someone is going to own the raw materials that end up in the robot. How do you get those for free and unowned?
Cows make other cows, but cows still cost money.
No it isn't.
Neither do you need a license to own a TV.
You need a licesence to watch broadcast TV or to stream media 'as live' (ie as its being broadcast). Catch-up TV in its various forms is fine.
I have a 486 DX33 still alive and running 3.11.
I booted it last year. It was fast. Faster than a P4 booting XP, or a 4 core Athlon black with SSD booting 7 (or Mint come to that).
I was STUNNED but just how speedy the boot was TBH. Amazing.
It also impacted my 2012 Nexus 7 on KitKat and on Cyanogenmod 11.... Even with wireless and such disabled it would drain the battery in a couple of days on standby. It would routinely use at much as the screen in normal use. I have no idea what it was doing as it has no connection to the outside world.
Disabling it has fixed the problem, so yes, its play services, no, its not a Sony problem...
BackCountry Naivgator gives you access (For £7.00 ish one off) to the whole of the OS catalog via Multimap. Tracks you via GPS, and you can download huge swathes of map in multiple magnifications for off-line use. Plus it does all the usual distance, speed, elevation stuff.
Its one downside is (when connected) it uses Google Maps to find places, so it wont necessarily be able to find something that is marked on the map.
As I understand it these are brick built reservoir tanks, not lakes. To keep them drained you just plug up the fill pipe...
That always strikes me as bizzare..that in a school full of TEACHERS, who, one would hope, all have at least average intelligence and a love of learning they cannot organise themselves to the point where they can take over the day-to-day maintenance of a handful of PCs.
Swapping out hardware is NOT rocket science. Re-imaging a HD is easy (assuming the Computer Guy ceated the image etc).
In this day and age even primary school teachers should be capable of doing the routine stuff.
Joderall Bank, which is WHERE?
The people of Wilmslow and Knutsford - both MUCH closer to Manchester might have something to say about that.
If he's wasting your time invoice him!
I invoiced NatWest when they continued chasing the man who owned my house seven years ago despite being told.
Amazingly, they paid....
Yes it does...
I want to comment on a website quite often these days it'll want me to log into Facebook first...sometimes G+ is another option, but its often just Facebook.
Not gonna happen
> The simple solution is for you to watch less television. Try reading.
If only that worked - I watch NO television on my own account, but one doesn't have to be exposed to much at someone elses house for example to catch him, or find him oozing on about something you need to buy.
I also habitually listen to Radio 4, which just makes matters worse.
A part that was carefully designed enough to melt in presumably normal use? I'd take my chances with a 'probaby good enough' replacement, as the official part is demonstrably NOT good enough.
No, Ive not watched ITV recently. Or the BBC, come to that...
And all I want is about 30% of ONE national radio station and probably less that 1 of the TV output, based on what I bother to track down.
And there is a LOT of advertising - just for BBC products and services.
Its a bargain Im not prepared to fall for.
I just had a look at the nearest road sign. Miles.
I suggest you have a look Gav...
I got a roaming warning in Wales when my phone wanted to connect to Ireland. If I had been charged the carrier would have been told in no uncertain terms to do one, as I hadn't set foot off the mainland.
Bing ALSO has the entire suite of Ordinance Survey maps...very useful.
Its O2 software - its GOING to be horrible. Their couponny thing is something ridiculous like 3meg for something that only seems to check your location and then dial home to get local offers.
Would these be the SAME "sharp-elbow'd middle classes" we often hear derided on the BBC for "taking all the best schools"? despite the fact that without them these schools would probably get much less in the way of parental support and fund raising?
The hypocrisy in the BBC stuns me sometimes...
THAT is a good point...and thinking about it why would they bother to run anything else on it?
That sounds dangerously like WORKS to me....
Are you really, really sure?
Are you quite sure?
I thought you could, at the very least, virtualise it.
No-one will put Linux on them.
The Linpus that was on the EEEPCs was barely fit for purpose - you pretty much HAD to swap it out for another distro or XP if you wanted to do anything. Things like that killed Linux on the netbook sadly.
Acer had a go with the Revo. Mine shipped with a Linux with a nice appliance front end, but sadly no wireless driver. If a non-techie had bought that they would have assumed the wireless was broken and sent it back. Ubuntu and Mint sort the wireless out without issue, so why a major manufacturer cannot escapes me...
Lol yes I have the same.
I ASSUME they mean "We sell X gigawatts of power, and buy X gigawatts of power from the windyman, as and when he has it available.".
That is VERY DIFFERENT to saying "We have this demand curve, and we fill it completely with wind power"
I fairly sure they corrected it with a mission, a space walk and some optic gizmo...
I do at home on the tablet. Saying "Find such-and-such on Youtube" is much easier that having to type it in on a virtual keyboard
FoxFi on the phone, PDANet Tablet on the phone does the bluetooth thing between my Froyo Nexus 1 and my Nexus7.
Plus FoxFi can throw a proxy in to (apparently) obfusticate tethering checks
Start forwarding them (with the number they came from) to your networks 'spam' number. I did this about half a dozen times, and the texts have actually dried up.