6 posts • joined 3 Apr 2008
Ryanair web programmers as cheap as the air hostesses
Looks as though Ryanair spend as much on their web site development team as they do their no-frills air crew. We will probably see their web development team in the next Ryanair salery top-up lads mag calendar that's made.
Maybe Ryanair should start looking at recruiting staff from Western Europe where the English Language is normal and not seen as a luxuary item.
Paris - TTYN
hardware encrypted USB stick anyone
Note to any government office, use a hardware encrypted USB memory stick?!?!?!
We use them at our company as standard makes our data policy look like something off of 24. Seeing that if any of our company laptops, desktops and home or usb sticks were lost stolen they would be useless!
Paris as she is HOT!
well they don't need Radio 2 anymore?
Jonathan Ross has screwed up BBC 2, so that should be a nice chunk of FM spectrum?
Paris, why not she loves England now...
Vodafone TV adverts
This phone has been advertised as an exclusive in the UK to the Vodafone handset. The adverts for the phone have been running in prime-time for the past week and the phone should be available from Vodafone within the next few weeks.
Paris-because she will need to have the latest Blackberry to throw at Naomi Campbell in the next cat fight!
are Krispy Kreme doughnuts discounted?
Guessing the kids should be given discount early, get them in training to become full-time officers. Then they will be able to sit at their desks all day in the police stations eating doughnuts allowing serious crime to continue as normal.
Paris because she does not feel safe on our streets!
was a new blackberry involved?
I am starting to wonder whether Naiomi has a sponsorship deal from RIM after assulting her cleaner a few months ago with a jewel encrusted blackberry.
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