* Posts by Jason Bloomberg

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Harrison Ford's leg, in the Star Wars film, with the Millennium Falcon door

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Re: Eh? What?

in any case the doors of a stage model can be made of cardboard made to look like thick steel.

I do wonder why they went to all the effort and cost of building this door which turned out to be pretty dangerous. I watched the film - really enjoyed it (including the plot holes and other nonsense) - but I don't recall even noticing it. If it was there I guess I thought it was CGI.

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What's Brexit? How Tech UK tore up its plans after June 23

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Re: Histrionics

I am still shocked and horrified. It feels like being on a plane when 52% of the passengers vote to turn off the engines having been promised it will be okay if they do.

If people want to be part of a suicide death cult then that's their choice. I am less than happy about being forcibly co-opted into one when I voted against that.

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World religions stake out positions on Pokemon Go

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Re: Help me...

Train spotting for the 21st Century.

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This whole pokemon thing sounds like the premise for a great doctor who story: get the planet hooked on some mindless thing, then use it to control their minds.

"Gotta catch 'em all" - I am still not sure if that means Pokemon or players.

Have you ever looked into Niantic's Ingress game? That's far more frightening when one considers what is actually being encouraged, or perhaps "tested".

Hopefully Pokemon Go will just be a short-lived fad and won't do too much harm.

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We're not looking for MH370 in the wrong place say investigators

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Re: The truth is whatever people choose to believe

Normally, when something crashes, people know where it's going to crash *before* it happens. Coming up with the idea of where it crashed *after* the crash happens is very suspicious.

What I mean is that it was suggested MH370 had gone down off the coast of Australia, and then the Inmarsat analysis conveniently confirmed that narrative when there was no other evidence to support such a claim.

But you do raise a good point. A plane heading in one direction would be expected to crash in the direction it was heading if it were going to crash. Rather than turn round for no explained reason and then crash in the entirely opposite direction.

If American police said they believed a criminal was hiding out in Mexico when last seen fleeing north to Canada; would that not seem suspicious, at least raise questions as to how they arrived at their conclusion?

Does pulling a friendly Fed out the bag who claims they were going south not sound purely convenient when there is no other supporting evidence?

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The truth is whatever people choose to believe

Inmarsat may have delivered what those looking for the plane call the best theory as to where it went down but it looks to others that it is rather flimsy and convenient 'evidence', produced after the fact to put MH370 where the official narrative wants it to be put, and placing the investigation firmly under control of five eyes nations.

Whenever someone suggests the official narrative is wrong, the very fact they seem to immediately retract that and fall in line with the official narrative, should raise eyebrows. It is as if someone had gone and had a quiet word with them, explained what would be best for them.

When debris washed up other than where the ocean current models predicted it would it seemed the ocean current models were likewise changed to suit the narrative.

And there is no escaping the glaring reality that MH370 has not been found where they said it would be found, are adamant that it will be found.

One has to wonder why they are so stubbornly sticking to a narrative which does not seem to be holding up, why they are so opposed to considering other alternatives? One has to wonder if it being something else is just so damaging that it cannot be allowed to be otherwise.

I do not believe the wilder conspiracy theories but I do not believe we are being told the truth either, nor ever will be. I do not expect they will ever find MH370 because I don't believe they are looking in the right place. And I think that was intended.

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Blighty's Coastguard goes into battle against waterborne Pokemon

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Re: Sky meets grass?

If the sky meets the grass there is no room for the house or the stick-people.

That's what hills are for; keeping the two apart.

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Softbank promises stronger ARM: Greater overseas reach and double the UK jobs

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Re: Seen it all before.

So what do you recommend as a solution?

Good question; and the answer would seem to require compromise.

Perhaps rules on the amount of foreign ownership of a native company which is allowed, so they can benefit from investment, we can benefit from that investment, but we reduce the risk of having the rug pulled from under our feet.

We do that anyway with rules which prevent single companies taking control of an entire sector and governments will often retain 51% control of critical industries.

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For $800 you can buy internet engineers' answer to US government spying

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Re: Is this better than a $5 Raspberry Pi?

"Better" probably depends on how thick your tin foil boiler suit and chain mail underpants are.

The Pi isn't Open Source Hardware and requires Closed Source Software to get it booted, so I guess that's a problem right there. I expect most of the cost comes in achieving desired performance.

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UK's climate change dept abolished, but 'smart meters and all our policies strong as ever'

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Main benefit of having a Smart Meter...

... Is avoiding the more expensive tariffs which those who refuse smart meters will be put on.

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BOFH: I found a flying Dragonite on a Windows 2003 domain

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Just because 90% of the audience laughs when Frankie Boyle says something pretty f***ing outrageous, doesn't invalidate the feelings of anyone who may be hurt by that.

I don't think there's a problem with having concern over what concerns others may have; it's all part and parcel of wanting to do the right thing and having the right thing done, empathising with others.

But I think we have to be careful when it comes to restraint over concern something might add to someone's grief. I can remember bawling my eyes out over a Bilko show that touched a raw nerve at the time so I do understand such concerns. Many who have suffered tragedy, bereavement, loss or separation will be acutely aware of how the entire universe seems to conspire to make pain and suffering infinitely worse at such times.

We should recognise that, understand that, have sympathy for those going through it. But we should not overly constrain ourselves for that, because there will always be someone who finds something adding to their pain and we would end up allowing nothing.

It doesn't have to be one or the other.

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Shocker: Computer science graduate wins a top UK political job

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Two World Wars and One World Cup, Brexit, Brexit

His statements do fit with leavers' views that this was some sort of war which they have won and a belief that we now get to set the rules everyone will play by.

Leavers seem to be expecting Merkel and friends to admit they were wrong, Brits are right, the EU project was all a huge mistake, they are ever so sorry about that, and will now do everything Britain asks.

The Empire may have gone but our arrogance and supremacism never left us.

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The Reg Coding competition – 10 times as hard as the last one!

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Re: Seriously...

[i]Never let non coders near an editor or compiler![/i]

I have to admit, back in the days when a 286 with 4MB was the best one had, I had to convert a huge stock database with new part codes and a new format, each entry a line of text. Had it all done bar sorting it and that was proving a challenge at the time. Up popped a sales droid, who imported it into Excel which had it sorted and done before I even blinked.

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Facebook ‘glitch’ that deleted the Philando Castile shooting vid: It was the police – sources

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Re: What man soweth he reaps

The US police seem to think they live in some form of an immunity reality distortion cloud.

It does sometimes seem that every case of police abuse follows the same pattern -

The police department say everything was done by the book, the officers have no case to answer.

If it goes before a Grand Jury that will decide there was no case to answer.

If it makes it to court there will be an acquittal

If there is a conviction the punishment will be mild.

That is pretty close to immunity so it's not surprising cops engage in abuse when they know they will most likely get away with it.

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Linux letting go: 32-bit builds on the way out

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Re: think about tablets

"32bits can not ever use all of 4gigs of memory"

Of course it can; native data word size does not limit maximum memory size. Even a 32-bit address bus can support more than a 32-bit address space with latching.

A data word size able to hold the maximum address is advantageous but not essential.

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Martha Lane Fox: Brexit is all about MEEEEeeee!

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Post-Brexit Dystopia

“There’s now more reason than ever before to use the Internet as a force for social cohesion and community building.”

And there I was thinking the Internet was simply the means to send death and rape threats to anyone who didn't happen to share one's own opinion on a subject.

Joke Alert icon in case anyone should think I see it that way. I don't but it does seem a fair few do; and that's not funny.

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Parliament takes axe to 2nd EU referendum petition

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Democracy

My family 'voted' to go to Glastonbury.

In the face of horrendous weather, ridiculous travel problems, other issues I won't bore anyone with, we 'voted' to change our minds, decided we no longer wanted to go.

Leavers would have it that we were bound by our initial decision, that we had no choice but to go. The decision not to go was wrong, outrageous and impossible to accept, and we should not even have been allowed to make it. We said we would go so we would have to. They would have forced us to go even if it would have killed us.

That's not democracy as I know it.

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Re: Anti-democratic?

If leavers are so confident in the result they would jump at a second chance to prove that is still the will of the people.

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Botnet-powered ballot stuffing suspected in 2nd referendum petition

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(1) Jump out of plane. (2) Check for parachute.

It was a bloody stupid idea to hold a referendum when the electorate were split 50-50 and it could have gone either way. A vote today would likely give a different result and possibly do so for every vote held subsequently.

This isn't the way to decide on the most fundamental matters which affect not just Brits but Europe and the wider world. It was always clear that half would not be happy no matter which way the vote went. All it has done is polarise people and create division.

In some cases such can be the trigger for civil war. I hope we will be lucky and escape that. Will only have to suffer the break up of Britain, the collapse of the EU, and decades of global instability.

I am not happy with what has been done. And it seems many of those who brought us this result are no longer happy either. I believe we should have another referendum or we are in danger of following a path we don't want to follow any more.

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PM resigns as Britain votes to leave EU

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If there's one thing America's taught me...

"AR-15"

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Why you should Vote Remain: Bananas, bathwater and babies

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Re: @ anonymous boring coward

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-25539843

I remember that. And remember applauding him for that. But it was just a day later, when he realised what he had said or became aware UKIP members were not at all happy with what he was saying, that he clarified what he meant, that he was only talking about saving Christian refugees.

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Re: You're not shedding any light

Is the status quo - with the possibility of it getting better and the option of leaving if it does get worse - better than abandoning ship with no idea if things will be better or worse and being stuck with having done that?

I don't play Russian Roulette, aren't willing to gamble "all or nothing" on something so important as the future of Britain. In that respect I admit I am 'risk adverse' and the status quo seems to be less risky and has better options if that turns out to be wrong.

I like the concept of the EU but I would jump ship if I truly believed that was in the best interests of Britain. I don't buy the nonsense that if we stay now we could never leave. I'm voting Remain because I see that as offering me the best options for the future.

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Re: Responsibility

If there was even the slightest indication the EU was genuinely reformable it might be worth a shot but even then .. What if it doesn't work ? What is plan B ?

We leave! That's a reasonable Plan B; it's just not a good Plan A.

I know; "Cameron tried and failed". But that's because he's an arsehole who only got himself and everyone else into this mess because he was trying to save his own skin and that has remained his priority.

Boris was probably right, waking the EU up, with the real threat of leaving if nothing changes, would have been the best way forward, but that wasn't what was on the cards when Cameron went to the EU to seek reforms. He had put himself in a very weak position.

And let's not forget that Leave doesn't even have a Plan B.

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130 billion imports from the EU vs 78 billion exports to the EU. So in any tariff war the EU would be the loser.

The EU collectively, yes, but individual countries will be better able to handle it. Spread amongst EU countries it's not a lot for each of them and they may well see it as a price worth paying to give the UK a post-exit kicking.

When we analyse impact on individual countries of the EU, and how they would be able to cope and adjust to tariffs and trade wars, things look a lot more riskier for the UK than when we consider the EU only as a bloc.

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Chinese demand end to canine carvery festival

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A dog isn't just for Christmas...

Beyond taste and texture; how is eating one edible animal different to eating any other?

There are plenty of things which can be eaten which turn my stomach at the mere thought, and it wouldn't surprise me if I eat some things which disgust others. But I am pretty sure there would be things I would eat if I didn't suspect they weren't something I couldn't.

Each to his own. Live and let live. Though perhaps not entirely appropriate when we are talking of animal slaughter.

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Microsoft cancels Remain speech after death of Labour MP

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"The increasingly tedious referendum"

We sometimes fail to remember this vote will have the most profound impact on Britain's relationship with Europe and the rest of the world. It can be easy to forget what damage has been done in pitting Brit against Brit and the toxic legacy which will endure.

One may even sometimes forget that this is not simply a vote on whether Conservatives should be a right wing or an even further to the right party.

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Dad of student slain in Paris terror massacre sues Google, Twitter, Facebook for their 'material support' of ISIS

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Re: Some points to consider.

Tell me. how can people police terrorism when the bad guys can simply use innocuous code words, like talking about a birthday party?

Such coded messages will only be understood by those who have already converted to the terrorist cause, know where to look, what to look for, and what it means.

It's about limiting the ability of terrorist groups to expand further. It won't stop terrorists communicating but it will help to prevent them radicalising, indoctrinating and recruiting others to their cause.

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Tim Peake to return to Earth after six months floating around in space

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I think NewsThump probably called it right with this piece of satire -

http://newsthump.com/2016/06/17/can-i-stay-up-here-it-sounds-really-shit-down-there-asks-tim-peake

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Lester Haines: RIP

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Terribly sad news

I didn't always agree with Lester's views but I enjoyed hearing them and the spirit with which he presented them.

We often don't realise quite how much someone has become part of our own lives until they are gone. He will be missed.

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Orlando shootings bring Facebook's safety check to US soil

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Re: Hi victim count was caused by coconspirators

It appears the some patrons escaping did block an exit door behind them, and have admitted that in TV interviews with the media -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuGSZAF-gWg

It may be that this is what has been interpreted as 'someone blocking the door to prevent escape' and has led to the multiple shooters and co-conspirator claims.

And the high victim count is partly because 30 people tried to hide in a toilet cubicle with nowhere to go, making themselves sitting ducks when the killer found them there. There was only one survivor.

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Re: Guns don't kill people....

He could have just as easily...

I doubt anything is quite as easy as picking up a gun and putting a bullet in someone. Even kids find it easy enough to kill parents, themselves and each other. Guns are the perfect tool for the job.

Having watched YouTube footage of AR-15 rapid fire, achieving effective rates of 600 rounds per minute with little loss of targeting accuracy - though only in 10 second bursts with a 100 round clip, I can see why it may be the weapon of choice for those wanting to massacre people. It might not be a machine gun but it sits in the next best thing category along with AK47 and similar guns on sale to the public.

The "if we banned guns then killers would simply find some other way" argument is probably true of those determined to murder, but I would venture that most killings only happen because guns make it so easy to kill, requires little effort to actually kill. If one has a gun in the hand it is only a small step to pulling the trigger.

No, banning guns won't prevent murders, but it surely will reduce them.

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A fine gesture.

But what about the other victims of 10,000 gun murders which happen every year in America, the 100,000 who are shot?

On an average day, and perhaps on the day of the Orlando killings, 30 other people will have been killed and 300 shot. It is all too easy to forget the innocent individuals and their family's loss.

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Brexit threatens Cornish pasty's racial purity

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Re: Brexit

What I find particularly amusing is the sovereignty argument that aims to put complete power in the hands of a government which is voted into power with more against them than for. I find it quite ironic when Leave complain about how undemocratic the EU is.

The EU is by no means perfect, but it has done more that I approve of and less of what I disagree with than our own elected governments ever have.

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Developer waits two years for management to define project

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My first real job

Straight out of Uni my 'start on the bottom rung' job was as a PFY at a company which had not yet taken delivery of the kit meant to fill out its rather spacious new data centre.

Unfortunately it was shift work and PFYs were expected to wait it out in the operators' room which was as bare as the machine room. No computer, not even a terminal, and reading newspapers or books was frowned upon. Consoles, smart phones, even the Internet had not been invented back then.

I lasted a couple of months before I went stir-crazy and left.

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If The Register made reality music TV, this is what it would look like

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Gary Glitter Balls

Gary provides sparkling classical dance events for the young debonair.

Gary recreates the 70s disco era for the local school end of term dance.

Gary provides entertainment for the gang with just a bag of Poundland Glitter and a Pritt Stick.

You decide. Mine's the one with a receipt from PC World in the pocket.

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Digital ad biz is fraudulent by design, complain big brands

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Re: what's in a word

I note that cases of children getting hold of guns in America and killing themselves or others are usually labelled in some quarters as "tragic accident" to hide the gross negligence and criminal irresponsibility which lies behind what has occurred.

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EU referendum frenzy bazookas online voter registration. It's another #GovtDigiShambles

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On the other hand, the deadline was midnight, so everyone had a reasonable expectation they could register up until midnight.

I feel the same, everyone should have registered earlier - and I am somewhat surprised at the number needing to register - but, as an earlier poster stated, it's human nature to leave things to the last minute and we are well aware of that.

The ultimate question is; is it fair to deny someone the right to exercise the vote they are entitled to because they left it late and the system crashed?

And did anyone warn people that could or would be the case? The answer seems "no"; they were told they could register until midnight, yet they were not able to do so. The fault does not seem to me to rest with the victims.

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Q: Is it wrong to dress as a crusader for an England match?

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Re: Taking offence

You don't see it in the context that it is taken in?

I don't understand the context at all, what it is meant to suggest to me or others. Is Crusader meant to signify some innate Englishness or aspect of English character? If so I don't know what, but would worry as to what that was meant to be.

Fans going to Euro 2016 havea right to dress as Crusaders if they want. I am simply wondering why they would want to.

You genuinely see a football hooligan and/or racist whenever you see the flag?

No, and I did not say that, but there is an undeniable correlation between racists and their rallying around St George's flag. There is also a faction of football fans who do deliberately seek to cause offence and trouble.

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Taking offence

There are plenty of Brits who see St George's cross as the rallying banner of violent racist football hooligans that I would be surprised if there weren't those who would take offence at those dressed in full Crusader garb, both here and abroad.

What exactly are they trying to tell us when they do that?

It doesn't 't seem unlike dressing up as a KKK member or marching down the street dressed as Nazis, carrying guns, and wearing swastikas.

Such things may be acceptable in America where free speech and the right to hate is protected by the constitution and upheld as American virtues but this is Europe where we have greater sympathies for those harmed by hatred.

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Brexit: UK gov would probably lay out tax plans in post-'leave' vote emergency budget

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Leaving the EU; the least of our problems

It is the division and polarisation, resentment from the half who don't want whatever we get, which is going to be the real long term problem.

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'Whites are taking over': Race storm hits heart of Africa's internet body

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Re: Then why does the police keep pulling me over? Let us examine this.

Sorry, but I call bullshit on this 'incident' of your German teacher.

It does seem rather convenient. In much the same way that the 'all lives matter' movement seeks to diminish and derail specific complaints from blacks in America.

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Who's to blame for the NHS drug prices ripoff?

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That £10 pack of polos

Sounds expensive; but only if you know what price you can get them at. And what if you don't have the time or the money to investigate the cost and alternatives, are too busy to do that before you need to buy polos again?

Probably the best thing to do would be to get a middleman who can get you the best deal.

Of course, you might not have the time or money to check the middleman has got you the best deal, are too busy to do that before you need to buy again.

Regulation which sets the price of polos would mean buyers would instantly know what they should be paying and don't have to waste time and money on ensuring they have got the best deal they could get and sellers not being able to exploit the lack of either.

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Tech titans demand free speech law to head off President Trump

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Free Speech and Political Correctness

It seems to me that it's always the ones demanding unrestrained Free Speech and damning Political Correctness when it comes to demonising and insulting others who most demand redress and apology when it offends them or they don't agree with what is being said.

Hypocrites - and very often fascists in libertarian clothing.

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Smartwatches: I hate to say ‘I told you so’. But I told you so.

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"Give me a wearable that I didn't ever have to recharge, or only needed to recharge once a month, that cost under £20, and that gave reliable notifications of calls or messages received on my phone, and instantly gave me a zoomable map - and maybe then we're talking"

Apart from the maps and data coming from what some would now call "the cloud"; that is pretty much what my pager did. I believe there were some which had graphical LCDs which could show stock price graphs so could probably show maps.

We are currently in that phase where there is a premium cost to a smart watch and it's expected to have functionality to justify that cost and also a limit to technology which can extend battery life at the size required. And we won't be solving those problems unless there can be shown to be a return on such investment.

We are really looking at technology in its formative stage and still figuring out where it can go or should go. Same too for IoT in general. There are bound to be missteps along the way until we hit that magic sweet spot of what people want at a price they are prepared to pay.

It is rare for anyone to get it right first time. Not even Apple, who have the advantage of an audience which is prepared to pay for the brand.

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BBC's micro:bit retail shipments near

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Better late than never

Considering the big-name entities involved, it has been a bit of a fiasco, especially in missing the original release date. That meant the associated Make It Digital tie-in never happened and the deliveries are so late in the school year that the freebies will have mostly been wasted. It would probably have been better to hold off to next school year.

None the less I wish it well, hope it does encourage some students to get excited about coding, programming, hardware and electronics.

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The Windows Phone story: From hope to dusty abandonware

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Re: "Universal" anything is always a disaster...

But people keep chasing the holy grail...

Lying behind that is probably a mistaken belief that 'we'll get it right even if everyone else has failed'.

But on the other hand divergence can equally be a problem. Look at Google with Android, Chrome OS and, coming soon, Brillo. There is often no commonality at all bar the corporation or branding.

Developers would like to 'write once, run anywhere' so it's not surprising some sort of 'universal' crops up time after time.

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Swedish old timer pulls airsoft gun on broadband salesman

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Re: Need more of this

Whoa there; I don't mind people trying to sell me something as long as they take my "no thanks" as intended. Those who do, and certainly those who apologise for having disturbed me, I can forgive for trying to earn a crust.

But those bastards who won't take "fuck off" for what it is, still keep trying to sell something to those who clearly aren't interestedt... that's a different matter. Dogs, guns, tanks, nukes; I think anything becomes fair game then.

BT are the worst I have to suffer. Last time, after saying I wasn't interested, they pretty much insisted I have a quote, so I let them waffle on for about half an hour before they went ballistic that I wouldn't tell them my address details to check I could have what they were trying to sell me. Apparently it was my fault for wasting their time.

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Microsoft won't back down from Windows 10 nagware 'trick'

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Re: so

> Thus failing Microsofts own 'Windows Certification' then?

He's right, you know.

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The Close button on the title bar should have the same effect as the Cancel or Close button within the dialog box. Never give it the same effect as OK.

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I am not sure he is, even though I would class it as a dubious move.

This is not the normal nagware to install Windows 10 but appears to be the notification that it will be installed.

There is no "Cancel" button, only a link to change the installation date or abort the installation.

Closing the form is accepting things 'as they are'.

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Irish data cops kick Max Schrems' latest Facebook complaint up to EU Court

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Re: Another thumbs up to Max!

If Max keeps this up, keeps pissing on the dodgy deals America and the EU make to circumvent the fundamental problem, he might find himself having to share a room with Julian Assange.

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Pointless features add to browser bloat and insecurity

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Re: What we need

... your comment doesn't exist

Utter rubbish as anyone who allowed comments on their web site in the days well before these new fangled HTML features came along will testify.

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