52 posts • joined Monday 31st March 2008 17:58 GMT
Google in its turn will say: "OK, we will not list any content of you in the search results"? I think in the end the publisher will suffer even more. And google could start asking money for indexing their website and showing it in the results. And as a side note, are these the same publishers who make their online money through Google AdWords?
Re: Bing Maps are Nokia/Navteq Maps
Bull, because the tomtom app works really great. Still don't unbderstand where all this tomtom "hate" comes from.
re: Gotta love that logic
And the best part is that the police, especially at this moment, has nothing better to do than go sifting through a couple of million of texts, so they can arrest those _really_ innocent members.
Well at least learns me a lesson, even if some group does something "Good" (defacing a scary nationalistic website) they still can be thick and stupid as hell!
isn't it ironic?
Well ... that is the ironic part; they weren't. Actually when the modern patent system was coming into place somewhere at the end of the 19th century it was because there were a lot of people inventing a lot of stuff. But nobody wanted to disclose his secrets because of fear for the competition. That is why patents came: you could show your invention and keep getting money for it!
I don't know when or where it went all wrong, all i know now is: please kill this system!
Has Steve Jobs killed the consumer hard disk industry?
Only if you have nice new iMac, because Apple in all its wisdom decided you can not replace your HDD with any other and put on some proprietary connector... (the rest of the article is just such bullsh!t that i do not know where to begin (and luckily others already have pointed thart out))
May i suggest
That, now it is clear that any report from a `lobbyist group` is used as proof for one´s own theory/opinion, that you change your tag line from `Biting the hand that feeds IT ` to `Getting nourished by the dick it sucks`?
From the IAEA site; `The IAEA's mission is guided by the interests and needs of Member States`
(Although probably only for conspiry theorists nice detail; the current boss of the IAEA is... Japanese!)
yeahr, but no
As far as i can remember this was not a power plant, just a "factory". Which gave me the following question - please try to be objective if willing to answer my question - What would have been the implicatiuons for the Gulf if Fukushima would have been sunk into that same site? And i am thinking both long and short term, anybody?
spin it up?
Will not say that they falsefied any reports or something like that, but it is funny to see that an organisation who first critized EPCO for being very untransparant, now says that the information and openness of all parties is so great... Typical case of `We from the nuclear lobby recommend the nuclear lobby`.
That all comments are from anonymous cowards?
"These changes were purely driven by issues related to our legacy business, and in no way reflect the performance of the new product," said Jones.....
Probably because the legacy business had 5 million customers / users and the new product only 50,000?
maybe the original author ...
worked on a project (in a controlled environment)?
A point at which you can measure progress on the way to achieving an objective. Sometimes used interchangeably to show on a plan the production or completion of a Deliverable, or the meeting of an objective.
Milestones are usually phrased using the name of the relevant Deliverable, activity, or objective followed by a passive verb, for example: “submission agreed”, “website launched”, or “Project Team in place” to identify that the milestone has been achieved.)
here is your title
Somebody looking for a new job?
I have this scam for 10 years now, and call it windows security....
end of an era
Pirate bay becoming a pay-site ...
RE: I'm sure I'll be the 100th person to suggest this but...
because he got caught?
I would like to employ those who were never!
just a matter of time..
"According to reports from GM, which sponsors the J1772 task force, that standard has received thumb-ips from Chrysler, Ford, Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Tesla"
Since Ford and Chrysler will be gone in a year and Tesla is not there yet, the japanese will not mind to use the European standard. Or just build two different cars. Somehow i think Opel/Vauxhall will use the european standard too.
Good thing you can check if you're infected
By trying to log in to your router.... Personally i think it would be smarter to keep those ports open / daemons running. Can not for the life of me remember when i opened a console on my router to check which processes were running. But if i can't get in anymore, i will just reset my machine.
Since TomTom is a Dutch company, does this mean that the case will go to the Dutch court? Have good faith in our justice system, just less in the technical understanding of the judges...
Plot for next Bond movie
So if i understand correctly ther are only a few places where those subs go? If I am a hostile nation / Dr. Evil all I have to do is find out where this collision happened and I will destroy at least one nuclear sub with one bomb from my special vulcanic island layer?
He told El Reg: "Our last tour was to Amsterdam in May 2008, but even that city didn't have a map showing where to get accidentally stabbed with a drug-used sharp."
That is because we in Amsterdam never stab accidentally!
<quote>Blaming the credit crisis, chairman and founder Nicholas Negroponte thanked those leaving for their contribution to "a noble cause".</quote>
And me thought that the target audience already was, and therefore can not be affected, in a constant credit crisis! Fortunately they will install it with Windows, so Microsoft will be less affected by the crisis...
only thing they have to do now
is hire a designer with a bit of taste..
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