59 posts • joined Friday 11th April 2008 13:34 GMT
is a Van Alien belt?
Not guilty of armed robbery perhaps...
But he should be arrested for crimes against grammar.
Surely he could have used custard creams.
But am I reading Private Eye?
Perfectly acceptable grammar and spelling, no exclamation marks (never mind multiple exclamation marks), no swearing worthy of the name, and only one word capitalised. What does this amateur think he's doing?
How is DARPA not involved in this?
Imagine my disappointment
...when the one comment wasn't from the guy (I'm guessing) who posted the original foaming-mouth toss. Brilliant stuff though. The man is truly the voice of modern Britain, and I'm not just taking shit.
By the way, "the hoi polloi?" Tsk - surely everyone knows that "hoi" means "the"? well the fact you cant speek ainchent greek correct makes me want to take on board you advice, could you ell me what schools you went to so I never send my kids there
For servers too?
Surely not everything can be on the cloud - something needs to be the cloud.
I think it is disk in this case, isn't it? Like program/programme.
Just to drag us briefly back onto the article, it's good to see there's something Blighty excels at - nobody designs a caning trestle like us.
I see. So presumably the "extreme meausures" of bombing the shit out of a large part of the Middle East "employs" the extreme counter-measures of blowing people up everywhere else in the world. The fact that you apparently can't tell the difference between disabling a CCTV camera and (potentially) causing a helicopter to crash in an urban area makes me think that your spelling and grammar aren't the only indicators of your intellectual level.
Shame they've already shut down
Royce Brisbane (great name, incidentally) might have answered a call apparently coming from his wife's mobile number.
So it's only half as intelligent as the average human?
Not a great deal to worry about there then.
Mind-reading hat, eh?
Does it tell them which house they're in, as well?
I seem to be the first to say...
that I for one welcome our new self-replicating robot overlords.
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