922 posts • joined 7 Apr 2008
Exploitation of a young man's death
This is vile. Politicians are earning their hatred at the moment.
Re: But they are required
Ah yes, Hollywood accounting. Legendary stuff :)
Tip, everything must be negotiated off gross because there will never be a net. By design.
Re: Bill Gates knows nothing about morality
Oooh. We've all collected a downvote for our puzzlement.
Here you, gimme another.
Re: Bill Gates knows nothing about morality
Is this trolling or did I miss Bill Gates' time in the Khmer Rouge?
Re: Windows only for now?
(that's the pic on the Opera download site, not t'Reg.)
Where the Linux version too?
Windows only for now?
And yet the accompanying picture is of it running on a Mac on OSX.
Re: Dare I go here?
"and that plants have evolved a way to survive the various changes and cycles?"
Be careful how you word that. Evolution through natural selection often leads to short-term gains that are disastrous against long-term environment change. If a species has adapted to survive such long-term pressures it's a happy coincidence not a necessary part of evolution.
(very long topic. regretting mentioning it already...)
Looks just like the stuff on my lawn
Bloody bastard inde-fucking-structable it is!!
Kimble = twat
Patent trolling as well as being an aimbot nob.
Re: After careful analysis of the issue I need my phone...
Does not compute
My payment is funneled through Ireland and the low countries and ends up sat in the Cayman Islands until the corporation decides to purchase another company after which the value of that company will be written down by several billion when it turns out to be a lemon.
Alternatively I could use that money to buy a bacon sandwich from a local shop every day for a month.
Which of these looks like it would benefit GDP?
re: care a lot
about disasters, fires, floods and killer bees ?
They couldn't object to my Sexy Goat Farts blog could they?
Re: The end is nigh
Donkeys go Eeyore.
You're thinking of horses.
Re: Gay Patch
I'm more upset at the bracketing style. Allman for me please!
Re: Gay Patch
The code could be within the scope of a class function and the variable might be part of that class, not global. It could also be initialized by default for that class.
Jezuz. Off your high horses code warriors. Nobody's asking you to compile and deploy Eadon's posts.
Cutting through the fluff, it's not that the sea levels definately didn't rise. It's just that we don't know.
Or is there something I've missed?
Epic PR fail
Way to alienate your fanbase. That'll rescue the company for sure!
Looks really cool
But how well does it run Crysis?
Re: Dark Ages diet
Yes. Trampled, boiled shitty-veg.
Weak beer too.
Do we really want those days again?
Buy a second-hand Thinkpad with a higher-res and brighter screen, and a Core2 Duo for about the same money and put Chrome OS or a full Linux distro on it.
Of course it weighs a bit more :)
Yum tum yummy tum hey
And in a kick in the teeth for Jobs' memory...
...it doesn't work on the iPhone.
I spent a good 5 minutes trying to work out why my twitter feed was filling up with tweets telling me to image search atari breakout. I scrolled up and down the images wondering if one was rude or something.
Be more specific people!
Anyone remember Through The Wall on the Speccy demo tape?
Re: Too much methane
Nope. The majority is from burps not farts.
It's just annoying.
I read that 4 times before it came through as "box set" rather than "sex bot".
I preferred my reading.
"We don't need no education"
"Yes you do. You've just used a double negative."
Got an SGS1 here and the buttons don't quite disappear when not in use. Not that it matters really.
Finally a use for my iPhone!
I applaud this for it's "just because" attitude \o/
Nothing to do with pressure from down the road?
Don't get me wrong, it's a great result for common sense.
Re: Just airbagged?
Chaps with baps then?
Or was the reassignment more complete?
Kneel before Zod
That is all.
Hey John. How's it going?
Surely this is not the web.
There's no "...WEIRD TRICK..." adverts. Therefore it is not the interwebz.
Doesn't look too bad
My stomach is awaiting dinner and it quite fancied the look of that.
Re: Automatic tills?
Business people in Retail are quite likely to be women. So are the Business Analysts who would produce the requirements.
Given that, would it really have made a difference if the nerd who did the code to plumb the till into the Point Of Sale system was a lady?
Power users aren't the only ones who dislike wood-panelled apps with brass buttons and such.
Stop feeding the troll
What a tool.
Re: Stupid question
"and homeopathic medicine"
Water has no memory and Homeopathy does not work. You are now fully educated on the subject.
If you don't mind a scruffy GRUB then it's better just to install them side by side and try them that way. The average HDD has enough space for 7 easily.
Alternatively you can just install the different desktops over Ubuntu and choose per session but it might be best to follow a guide for that as my success with this has been mixed :)
Missing from this report
They also started to believe that products with a silver fruit on the back were inherently superior.
Re: Been using this
Yes, it's quicker. Do you want me to time page loads or boot times?
Re: Install cinnamon and upgrade
I have Mint alongside 13.04 so I'm happy enough in Cinnamon but when I tried to install Cinnamon on top of 13.04 it wasn't fully functional. Trying to bring up the dialog to edit the panel didn't respond. Does it not automatically installed all the required packages?
By contrast, installing KDE causes it to load pretty much all of Kubuntu. It even changes the splash-screen :)
Been using this
Been using this as my primary sofa-surfer for a couple of weeks. Very snappy and polished. A great experience for a household machine. Far more pleasant and quicker than Win7 on my Thinkpad T400. Also finding the interface less fiddly than Cinnamon.
You still sell a support contract.
And where's Eadon saying they should have used Mint? He's late.
Get real commentards
Running on unsupported XP may be a risk an SME can take but not a large corporate.
Running apps in a virtual environment either in Win7/8 or Linux desktops still does not get rid of XP so does not solve the issue.
Those organisations that are still lumbered with IE6-only 'thin-cliient' apps as well as user-generated apps based on Office 2003 and earlier and Access 95 are in for a world of pain either trying to upgrade all of those at once or having to explain why a long-drawn-out, multi-stage programme is required to a very fucked-off business.
(Hi Nic by the way)
Re: False Prophet
Nuclear power plants are orders of magnitude more reliable at generation than wind plants. Planned downtime is scheduled to not clash with planned downtime in other plants months in advance. Hence you need to provide backup generation only for about 10% of your total. For wind you need 100%.
It is not always windy somewhere in the UK or even Europe. Do the costs you are giving include huge interconnects from Kazakhstan or New Zealand?
When I was a student they had tomato-growing-greenhouses next to Drax that used the excess heat. Bloody warm in there it was :)
Also, congrats again Ledswinger for being the most consistently sensible poster on energy on The Reg.
No, apply for something sensible like Enterprise Artichoke.
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