Re: is that Justine in the photo?
"It's Muriel Cleese, with a young John"
Isn't there a legal age for that kind of thing ?
2874 posts • joined 4 May 2008
"It's Muriel Cleese, with a young John"
Isn't there a legal age for that kind of thing ?
Why was there no mention of Canal Plus, it is subscription based channel that has been providing services for the last 20 years or so..
Canal Plus have their own offering "Canal Play" which is in direct competition with the Netflix offering.
I am not saying that either is better but it should have least been mentioned in this "incomplete" article..
PS : I know this and yet I don't even have a television....
I will ask you a question in return, if the difference had been so small do you really honestly believe that I would have written anything ?
I use one of my own sites as my home page, as I have done for several years and I become very accustomed to the speed at which it typically opens up on IE, Chrome and now Edge.
If I stated that Edge takes twice as long, I think it would be reasonable to assume that we are not timing in 10ths or 100ths of a second. The difference is so blatant that even the pedantic and mentally challenged would have no problem stating the difference.
Personally I do not use the "cloudy" feautures but I presume that the great unwashed will :
a : be very unaware of just how much cloudy stuff that will actually be using without knowing it.
b : have no idea how to switch it all off, ( there are a lot of tucked away switches to switch off)...
c : simply get used to it and accept it.
The Apple crowd already use a lot of iCloud , I can only presume that the MS crowd will also become accustomed to it. although not by choice more by attrition.
I am very much for the cloud IF and only IF I can see what is being held, in a readable/modifiable format.....unlike the dark unreachable box solution that is currently in use... I loke that fact that my contacts et al follow me around when I change phones but I do not like the fact that I cannot see how much other information is currently being held or that I have any real control over it ( other than to remain disconnected)...
UV = Up Vote
DV = Down Vote
After two weeks of Edge I have now stepped back, or to the side at least, and made Chrome my default browser.
I have no idea why certain reviews state that Edge is fast, for me it is not, Chrome is at least twice as fast when opening any page. I have absolutely no "widgets", plugins or whatever to disturb the process.
My install was an upgrade rather than a clean install, shoudl that make a difference I do not knwo, I have also ensured that no cache is being trailed from anywhere.
But if one things distrubs me more than any other, it is that damned hidden address/search bar because it uses the same color scheme as the title bar, before it is clicked, it essentially remains invisible and one has to force oneself to know where to click.....aaaaagggghhhhh..... Visual is everything in a GUI....
There are also a lot of other PITAs, such as saving a page, I dont want a share button, I don't want to annotate, I would like a status bar....I do not like the way detach a tab.....
Grumble grumble, so now I have defaulted to Chrome ... Horses for courses and all that
There are a few "Zombie" variants available
What kind of sweets do you eat that are "Mackerel" flavoured ? I'll make a small wager that they are not very popular...
"If you swear in French, what is that called?"
Honestly, would it make any difference, they can spout off any old crap about what they are supposedly doing and then proceed to do the exact opposite.
It could then be classified as a fully compliant malware machine.
I've never tried rubbing my laptops with herbs and spices but if you confirm that it will help with protection..
I have it running on 2 machines and everything seems fine, I don't like Edge because of the "semi-invisible " URL window.
There are already quite a few articles on the web into how to turn off the MS Spyware . I don't use a Live account, nor Onedrive etc... It also installs IIS which is a pain but easily resolved..
I don't like that Quick Access thing in the explorer but it is easy to point to "This PC" rather than quick access.. There are also some pointless file copy dialogs, on the whole it's pretty much BAU.
It's not quite as finished as Windows 7, but that will change with time, I like that it displays a taskbar on both screens. No major bugs, I don't find myself reaching for ctrl-alt-delete which is already a good thing.
Some things have been juggled about, some things are hidden but can eventually be found, not a major paradigm shift, it's kind of a bland update really...
I don't care about boot up speeds as my machines are on 24/24 with only a very occasional reboot.
I'm keeping it, I have now deleted the "windows.old" directory although I did clone my drive before upgrading, I will keep the clone for a month or so and then we'll see.
Jean Alessi was renowned for his gravel exploits.... he knew every gravel pit by heart
or while they are being shafted.
It was hypothetical John !
Now if they had written this about Franco, it might have been a little bit more than simply shutting down the company...
The Swiss version would be how to launder money without getting caught.
The American version would be how to invade other countries whilst retaining a white halo over one's head.
The Saudi Arabian version would be how to keep a smile on your face whislt having to deal with the infidels from the west
The Russian version would be how to avoid answering questions relating to missiles that have "made in Russia" printed on the side.
"The delay is the OEMs like Samsung, HTC and LG, who heavily modify, and change the source of updates from the Google servers to their own."
This is definately where the major problems lie, Google have no problem pumping out the base version...
"Please do not procreate and make an orderly exit from the gene pool."
Is that a mutually inclusive or exclusive request ?
I think you would be amazed to learn about how solid it is already.... I have used all of my existing applications flawlessly for the moment, it installs IIS by default which stopped from starting but that's it.
What this article fails to mention, becasuse they probably don't know, is what caused the endless reboots on the systems mentioned, it also failed to mention how many machines/hardware were affected.
And if you have a machine set aside for a "guineau pig" then why not start now, is that not what test machines are actually meant to be used for. Wouldn't it make more sense to know now what if any problems you might suffer, it would at least then give you some time to prepare a mitigatation plan.
At the very least, some of them, can be deferred, you just dont get the choice of which!! I wonder if we switch deferring on , then switch it off after a week or so if it will return to updating immediately... it could at least provide a little safety barrier.
And why oh why can't the "Long Term Servicing Branch" be proposed to Joe Public ?
A few of the machines in front of me at the moment ( obviously these are not clean install they are for the most part at least 3 years old except for the W10 which is only 2 weeks old)
Win XP ( For a legacy door lock controller) 6 Gb
Win 7 (Windows Folder) = 22.5 Gb
Win 7 (Windows Folder) = 19.1 Gb
Win 10 (Windows Folder) = 18.9Gb
Win 2008 R2 (Windows Folder) = 18.3 Gb
Linux Mint ( Typical full install - no optimization) (Entire disk because there are only one to two small application installed ) = 7.9Gb
And to think we used to install the OS from a few floppy disks... 3 for Dos 6.22, 6 for W3.1, 13 for W95
It's the real thing.
Honestly though it does actually sound a lot like the real world for many.....Anyone that has worked a largish company/multi-national will instantly recognize many of the criteria. ( All that's missing iare the endless meetings and the "open space, shared desktop, softphone loto"....)
Are you confusing felines with
xhamsters by any chance ?
No Shit Sherlock
Nubiles Stifle Sentient
Nothing Strange Spotted
New Substance Solicited
Never State Self-evident
"Do you 'have' any applications called gggrrrrrrr?"
Definately, at the moment I have lots of them because that is the sound that I make wheen I can't find any of them.....
I also have an application that is called "c**t", although some might know it as Cortana because I blame the problems on it ( I refuse to call it a he or a she, inanimate things should never be given a gender, I hate the French for giving everything a gender, why is their no neutral like in German)
I almost like the W10 menu, if only it would find my applications when I type , gggrrrrrrr.....
They are a reminder that what we are doing is not necassarily a wonderfull idea...at least not in major quantities. Major being pints,shots, glasses more than one can really handle
Most drugs also have similair side effects, ie too much and you will be made to pay for your vice..
Hangovers, cold turkey etc help to keep us alive...a little bit longer. If this pear juice really works then a lot of people will probably end up dying quicker.....but maybe that's not such a bad thing....
And what of the secretary/assistant that is typing for the Boss/someone else, will their biometrics then become associated with the bosses, that could make for some very uncomfortable situations.
Where do we currently stand on the sinusoidal line that society bobs up and down upon, and where exactly on that line lies the "tasteless school of humour", I am convinced that it stands at the opposite side of the slope to that of PC brigade.
Nothing rantish there Wolfetone, you have stated fact rather than fiction... The PC brigade are a result of societies failure to address it's current issues and until it does the PC brigade will keep growing as will it's detractors.
I know a guy called Linus who did just that....
Amongst all the altruism you also have to find staff that won't whistleblow about the "dubious" goings on "within" the establishment.
Can someone please define what a "Computer Scientist" is and does. Hopefully it is more interesting than simply analysing WireShark logs, if not then I can can easilly imagine that low pay + boring jobs are not being fillled.
From what I have understood the medias portayal of the "exciting" life of the FBI, CIA, CSI etc is far removed from the real world scenario.
Nope he is just busy trying out Windows 10, he wants to add a routine in the kernel which mimmicks the W10 start menu, then he could really piss people off.
Speak to James
just read one WDRB websites article and ironically the guy was held at the (wait for it)
Bullitt County Detention Center.....
The article reads as though the drone pilots were indeed looking into peoples property. The pilots stated that they wanted to photograph a friends house, so why didn't they take off next to the friends house instead of flying over everyones back yard. It would be interesting to see the film, if it so happens that they were filming people next to their pools then things might heat up yet again, especially if this guys daughter appear on the film.
A 40mm Glock would truly enter into the realms of a hand "cannon"...
For anyone that doesn't know, calibers are expressed either in mm or in inches.
A 40 is actually a 0.40" = 10mm. Although a 10mm should never be confused with a 0.40" because it is a much more powerfull caliber.
The original 10mm was deemed too powefull for the majority of cops, they found it uncomfortable to shoot. So the .40 was invented to replace it, although the diameter is the same, the charge is much weaker, a 0.40 still packs a punch though...
Anyway I agree with this guy, the drone had no right to be in his backyard. This drone shit will soon have to be vorrectly regulated by laws before it gets way out of hand.
If that drone had lost power and dropped on someone's head and killed them would the owners be liable for the death. Especially when they intentionally flew it over someone elses property.
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)