22 posts • joined Tuesday 19th February 2008 08:43 GMT
Err, it's not CCTV
CCTV involves the signal being displayed on a monitor and/or being transmitted - the hint is in the name.
It's a bomb-proof video camera/recorder.
Call yourself a technical publication? I suggest you shuffle off to the Daily Mail. Shame on you.
So what happened to the map you promised in the bootnote?
Here's my entry, Tottenham sunbather...
Pile of stinking dingo's kidneys
From bitter experience I would say that at best DNLA support is pants.
I've struggled to get Windows Media Player to consistently talk to my PS3, and likewise with Google's media server. Timeouts, missing media, a whole host of problems.
The only product that's actually worked for me is 'PS3 Media Server' which despite it's name, isn't just for the PS3, and it's a one man and his dog outfit that seems to actually know how to write software.
Why would anyone want that tasteless sh1t?
...or a can of Dr Pepper come to that.
Where can I get a black one?
size large, obviously.
...because supplies of 40gb drives are drying up
Simple - they are adding 80gb drives because production of teeny weenie 40gb drives is winding up - it would be cheaper to buy 80gb drives than 40gb because there is more demand for 80gb drives across all markets, hence economy of scale.
80gb is still fairly pants, but an upgrade to 320gb is fairly cheap and easy.
It's bad enough that BT are going to 'change Thursday' according to a later headline. Now you've invented 'Skywards Wednesday'. What is Skywards Wednesday, is it like Shrove Tuesday? Or are you suffering americanitis and mean '... skywards on Wednesday? Speak English man.
...to change Thursday
What do you mean, they are going to change Thursday? Can't they leave it as the 24 hours between Wednesday and Friday? Or are you suffering americanitis and mean '...on Thursday'? Speak English man.
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