* Posts by nutellajunkie

13 posts • joined 30 Mar 2008

3 pre-pay database server has a Sunday snooze

nutellajunkie

oh boohoo

Three is the fashionable one, fashion always changes.. someone pressed a button.. oops!

Use Orange or O2, atleast when they go down on you it feels good!

Tux, coz he never went down on me yet! :P

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Heaviest Virgin Media downloaders face new daytime go-slow

nutellajunkie
Thumb Up

oh shut up

Whos moaning anyway.. are you the 1%?

MY 20MB is always full speed, I download alot, but not too much..

Fair is fair, bandwidth is expensive..

No complaints from me.. yet :)

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Social networking site bans oldies over sex offender fears

nutellajunkie
Pirate

boo hiss!

Have you seen that site? its full of swearing, disgusting filth. Not to mention that stupid bint that just got outta jail that answers their "letters".

Whats to stop any 36+ year old creating an account in a lower age? Come on.. bloody hell..

Its certainly not a safe site, regardless of what they try and push/say. The site is a catalogue of abusers in my opinion..

Stick to sites like bebo where you are private by default!

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Mobiles help UK malls track shoppers' every move

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ach

I dont mind anyway.. But it would be nice to be able to see this tracking data and be able to access it from home. Just for the amusement of watching your own bread crumb trail.

Still, the old battery may not like the constant /ping.

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Texas man tries to cash $360bn cheque

nutellajunkie
Flame

damn them 419ers

Haven't they come up with enough stupid ideas?

Obviously not!

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Boris backs weed for pain relief

nutellajunkie
Dead Vulture

addictive opiates, or safer THC?

yes, its one of two things that cure migraine pain.. the other is unconsciousness.

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Australia giving snoop powers to employers

nutellajunkie
Alert

dabble

I dabble at home, I have my own ISP, my own equipment, does this mean I get to read all my emails?

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3D TV debuts in Japan

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ough!

Its exactly the same way as its been done at I-Max. So its hardly new technology.

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Seagate ships first 1TB HDD of the SAS persuasion

nutellajunkie
Go

heh

My Amiga is using SCSI drives, and I bet they have been spinning for over 10 years now!

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EU sets cellphone users loose in aircraft

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aye well.

Ach well, there goes the last ounce of peace on sleazyjet..

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Virgin Media in talks to trial three strikes regime against P2P

nutellajunkie
Linux

virgins are stupid

You know, they are slow to giving us the best service, yet so quick at introducing crap like this.

I tell you something though, I hope they understand the difference between legal and illegal P2P, because its an amazing technology for large downloads (eg; Linux ISO's, demo games', trailers'). Id be FURIOUS to the point of taking legal action if they cut me off for my continuation of sharing our various distributions.

Well Virgin, lets see something done properly for once, coz I for one haven't lost faith, yet!

.. or is this an April fool?

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Teacher's head explodes due to Wi-Fi, mobe radiation

nutellajunkie
Joke

is that so..

April fool I reckon!

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Only Ubuntu left standing, as Flash vuln fells Vista in Pwn2Own hacking contest

nutellajunkie
Paris Hilton

What about classic systems..

You know I was wondering if anyone thought of other operating systems being secure and safe to use also.. Ones that I have used and loved have been safer and more secure than today's "modern" operating systems.

How about the Acorn, RiscOS, its a bloody nippy wee system.

BeOS, its still being worked upon, perhaps again its a nippy system.

But the one I love and cherish the most in my heart is Amiga OS, now that's one sexy beast. I do know with personal experience it works very well as a server and client and has yet to be affected by insecurities nor has it been pwned ;) oh and boots in seconds (that's the best part).

/shillings worth

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