Re: Just ban Facebook.
Why was the Joke Icon necessary, the comment actually seems quite valid.
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Why was the Joke Icon necessary, the comment actually seems quite valid.
The hackers have the advantage of time... Anyone that new +ORCs tutorials would have known his Martina-Wodka, one of his essential cracking tools...
So half way between the MacBook Air and the Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga .
"Thinkpad" has a nice sound to it, it's a leitmotif in itself.
"HP x360" = Heavily Priced but not a Games Console.
"As he points out, now Valve is aware of the issue, anyone trying the hijack would be risking a permanent ban."
The hackers must be quaking in their boots... ( and not Quake 4, quaking)
I think that you are underestimating the power of HMCE or whatever it is called in Australia.
Erstwhile treasurer has his hands on the internet connections/proxies/the great barrier firewall, the ISPs by the bollocks etc......
Erstwhile treasurer can simply switch of Amazon and since these customs and excise people seem to have the power to do as they please it shouldn't be too difficult for the treasure to get hs demands met.
I can, unfortunately, imagine that it won't be to difficult for him.
Personally I would like to see local business grow instead of die, I can easilly understand why local business have been lobbying.
Aren't the majority of business dominated by one sex ? (Ironic, but this is just pure mathematics)....
Je vous en merde.
Monsieur F. Hollande.
"If they're married, they're risking their families, they're risking their careers, and they are open to manipulation by foreign governments and other agencies."
Does that mean that we might then get lucky enough to replace them with some honest people. No, probably not, because there is a huge queue of other greedy, dishonest politicians/business men/mafia/people just waiting to take their places....
It's pub time already and where's those bloody Google self drive cars, so that I can have my cold beer in the back of the car, with one of John's friends, whilst driving home.
"Apparently dressing well improves the holistic ambiance of a brain struggling with esoteric things like coding"
As soon as anyone mentions the word "holistic" you know that what is about to follow is nothing more than ideological diahhorea.
If you want people to code good, leave them alone and just let them get on with their "esotericisms"..
These situations are usually more about the requirement to change a shitty management team than anything else.. ( Peter Principle anyone)
Nae sweat, ah ken whaur yer comin fae.
I think it comes from the French "tas de", which would roughly translate to a "pile of".
Tas de chose = A pile of things.
Tas de merde = A pile of shit.
The pronunciation is almost exactly the same as the English "tad".... due to the French habit of not articulating .
You have honestly never heard anyone say "just a tad bit more"... Do you live across the pond ?
Simon forget to mention that he is not talking about the desktop version, which runs very well thank you...
For the 4 users that actually use "Outlook for Mobile Microsoft Platforms", why not just throw away that MS thing, buy an Android or Apple and use BES or Airwatch etc.....which are nice a quick
Isn't it already law that it is completely forbidden to fly anything within the CTR or TMA zones ? Which this must have been if it had been within 20ft.
A flock of seagulls ( thought I would never use that phrase) vs a largish sized QuadCopter or two.
I would easily prefer the Flock o'Gulls due to their meaty/bony disposition.. Flesh, feathers and bones would basically disintegrate... Plastic and metal would probably just bend and become lodged in amongst other parts that don't want pieces of plastic or metal lodged next to them...
Within 20ft of an aircraft should be considered as potential manslaughter.... ( 20ft sounds a bit exaggerated though as the trailing turbulence should have knocked the quad out of control.
Even though Monica is ageing a bit, she is still an lovely piece of ......... woman ....... all Italian woman.
The trailer looks pretty good, action packed and sinister.... Can't wait for the
torrent official release..
Jean-Marc Ayrault also suggested, in 2012, that the usage of Open Source Software was to be encouraged, great... but...... They believed that they could have made a reduction in costs of 5 - 10% .. ( When you are dealing with a budget of 3 Billion, 5% is definitely a worthwhile reduction).
As far as I know though very little headway was ever made, my wife is a civil servant and their default documents are still in .DOC, .XLS format.( Word and Excel being the standard software).. I am convinced that she would not know what an .ODF document was....
Autant pisser dans une violin.
So it appears that makes actually prefer to play against males in order to avoid the embarrassment of being beaten by a woman.
How many PhDs does one need to come to that conclusion? Isn't that simply the playground antics that we have all known?
The next study should be "how many useless studies can a research team manage to grab money for/write useless paper for".
Quick find me some Andrex for Plantigrades...
>I'm resigned to the fact that autonomous vehicles will happen and can see the benefits
Personally, I can't think of aynthing that I would enjoy more. I have to drive the same damned motorway quite a bit and it is boring, time consuming, dangerous due to geographic position and weather and simply drives(pun intended) me crazy..
Now if I could get in the back seat, wth a cold beer and a good film I would be a happy camper..
As for bikes, gave that up years ago when my back decided that the draft would become a pain...literally... I still like to admire bikes but the pleasure has all but gone .. ( My wife refuses that I buy a quad, grrrrrrr, and yet she loved being in an offroad buggy whilst in Spain )
The Can-Am Spyder is pretty cool for a three wheeler, although for a familly of four it is probably not a great choice....
I can only imagine how much fun it must be to be on the dev team of these kinds of projects....
Ok developer number 1, your project car for todays exercise is a Shelby Cobra, your only constraint is that it must remain on the track at all times.
Ok developer number 2, your project car for todays exercise is a Double Decker bus, your only constraint is that it must remain on the track at all times.
Ok developer number 3, your project car for todays exercise is a Reliant Robin, your only constraint is that it must remain on the track at all times.
On your marks, set, go ................................Maria Karts comes to life.....( without the drivers of course)
And it will also require that you inform "iTunes" about your destination, preferred driving speed, upload a copy of your passengers credit card details and validate your password before you are allowed to open the drivers door.
Doesn't the queen have a slightly similar problem at the moment with some videos of her playing in the garden....
"My masturbation practices performed in the privacy of my own home aren't fodder for blackmail."
That depends if you publically announce said practices and also who your employer is.... considering that you might be a priest, doctor or a primary school teacher....
I wonder how many of the those Home Office IT staff are actually real people or just bank accounts...
Gee whiz guv, what's with all the G's nowadays ? ( Neigh,,, don't bother answering that).... Golly Gosh
There is no point in avoiding the copy as the authentication is usually done using the eponymous MS 25 digit "Licence key".. I very much doubt that they will allow full copies to be installed without the Licence Key being supplied from somewhere.
Obviously in the case of an upgrade I would presume that there will be a routine which verifies if the existing hard disk already has W7 or W8 and then uses some logic to determine if the upgrade can proceed.
Thought for the day : "The disk media is not recognized, it may not be formatted"
Is this what you are looking for...
It must be horrible to be intellectually challenged :-)
[The OS is not as much of a problem as the persons behind the keyboard...] Personally I would suggest the people use both systems and get the best of both worlds...
Agreed and personally I prefer downloading the iso's with MD5 checksums to match...
I can easilly begin to imagine the local markets stalls selling USB Windows "Ten" sticks that contain little else but the latest drive encrypting virus or a load of porn for a fiver.....
t. Announcements of the new plan included admissions that India's own economy won't be able to provide sufficient jobs.
I think I can spot a problem here. Last time I looked there was the same problem in most of the occidental countries as well. Or are they hoping to work for the Plutionians...
"With big advancements like the A8 chip and the 8 megapixel iSight camera, customers can experience next-level gameplay, take even more beautiful photos, and enjoy their favorite music, TV shows and movies."
So basically it can do less than a current phone but it is still expected to excite... I need poked with the big clue stick because I just don't see it..
SadNads just doesn't cut it as the head of such a large corporation. I'm beginning to think that our ex-incumbent sweaty chair throwing lovable monkey was actually better at the job... At least Balmer had some character and he brought us W7, which is quite easilly their best desktop OS...( Let's give W10 some time before making judgement).
SadNads just doesn't have the panache, the clear vision, the flair or the presence to hold the chair... he just has a pair of emtpy, sad nads....
Agreed, but that article is quite bare on facts and I was surmising that a budding director would have more to his palette than just some badly worded script.
I do not understand why no guns = a lesser sentence. violence can also be psychological.
Example : Give the bank teller a note stating that her daughter/son/spouse will have something extremely nasty done to them should she not immediately hand over all the money.
So the years sentence means that this guy will be out in 8 months or so, if nothing else that gives him 8 months to improve his next
robbery film script...
I do not see the relevance of mentioning that he was ex-MIT other than the fact that he obviously wasn't the head of the Intelligence Department.... Intelligent people do not rob banks they become politicians and rob the people legally.
If we can use sea-weed to create food then we can triple, quadruple or quintuple the number of people on the planet. Now isn't everyone looking forward to that.
You can't stop people hating anymore than you can stop them loving.
In one sense it is good that people are able to vent their spleen as I imagine that it creates a kind of pressure release. If this option doesn't exist then that same pressure will probably be released elsewhere, ouch. When it's on the web at least we are aware of its existance and to some extent can take appropriate action. If everything gets pushed underground we simply blind ourselves.
The PC brigade always seem to fail to realise that the idealistic world that they would like to create is an unbalanced place. Nature does not allow for unbalance....the stronger the PC brigade become the stronger the Non-PC brigade becomes..
If anything, these forums and sub forums are merely a manifestation of the state of mind within a particular strata of contemporary society....it needs to be studied rather than banned.
Again it's just another of contemporary societies problems that will not be resolved by brushing it away.
Microsoft has stopped entering other rings, temporarily.
Well that all depends on how long or short your memory is..
For approximately 4 or 5 years we see nothing but "Security Concerns", "Huawei dropped", "US refuses to work with Huawei"...
As an example : If you read the recommendations on page 20 we can easily understand the British governement does not trust Huawei ( or any other foreign telecoms development company).. In the end they state the what is most important is "how they handle the risk" rather than the risk itself............what, why not just give them the Private Keys to GCHQ headquarters while were at it.......
There are too many lines of code to verify therefore we will just mitigate the risk by ......coming up with a mitigation solution....no shit Sherlock..
And now in 2015 all is hunky dory once more... maybe the Government managed to read the million lines of code that they feared in 2013....
Surprising how the world can change.
We own you data, you do we say...if not choppy choppy, you understand.
'There are extensive efforts underway internally'
They have changed the coffee machine and are now using a stronger Robusta mixture...
Seriously though, this is not a new problem for Adobe, it has only been like this for the last 5 years or so.....Is the company run by ostriches ?
+1 for the comment relating to a "dog egg", it's the first time that I have heard the expression, made me laugh this morning which is always a good thing..far better than having to install an adobe product.
Please excuse my lack of clarification I was being generic rather then specific, I couldn't agree more and would quite happilly encourage anyone to return to using physical paper maps..
I sympathize with you on the cloudy nights... I can only imagine that you have to resort to actually reading the street signs, or worse still actually having to "ask someone"....oh the shame, oh the shame...
I guess that I am showing my age, the cheapest of Rieslings that even the unemployed could afford..
PS : I know why you shuddered. ( Definitely not what you would find in a 3 Macaron Michelin Restaurant.)
This guy must have left court in a wheelchair as the fits of laughter that he must have suffered would have rendered him unable to walk.
As he walks into the Geneva branch of Lombard Odier, thinking to himself, I wonder if I should have a nice Blanc de Blanc with my lobster today or will I simply send a bottle of Blue Nun to HMRC with a nice card saying thanks for everything, lol....
A quick Wikipedia later et voila : Quick version, They deepfried "nut shaped" balls of dough ....
The earliest known recorded usage of the term dates to an 1808 short story describing a spread of "fire-cakes and dough-nuts." Washington Irving's reference to "doughnuts" in 1809 in his History of New York is more commonly cited as the first written recording of the term. Irving described "balls of sweetened dough, fried in hog's fat, and called doughnuts, or olykoeks." These "nuts" of fried dough might now be called doughnut holes. Doughnut is the more traditional spelling, and still dominates outside the US. At present, doughnut and the shortened form donut are both pervasive in American English.
"Denny's Donuts" looks fine and they taste great with some good coffee.... America's obesity problems probably stems from here and I can easilly understand why. (There might also be better "donut" shops but I thought Denny's was pretty good)
"Denny's Doughnuts" is too snobbish... ( England is more about Scones, double cream and raspberry Jam)
Never forget that the Americans are still learning their 3Rs . Reeding, riting and arifmetics. so they are excused for their ortograf...
>Places like Reddit and here are what happens when all that post are essentially trolls.
What's interesting though is that it is indicative of contemporary society. The rage of anonymous and ephemeral courage shown by the great unwashed is simply a manifestation of it's state of permanent fear.
Everything has become a dichotomy, if you are not for something then by misguided logic you automatically become against. No longer do we learn to debate, now we learn how to hate..
El Reg has bitten it's own tail long ago, it is after all a business, not a charity, and as such now panders to the unwashed masses, have you seen some of those damned 10 best of lists ( facepalm and tears stuff).
Yes, and as we all know Brian is in the kitchen?