34 posts • joined Friday 16th May 2008 21:36 GMT
UI design should not be patentable.
I see this more as an anti-IE6 ploy than an advert for Chrome.
Having your site display properly in IE8 is easy. Any sites not doing that are fail. It's not Microsoft's problem, it's rubbish web developers.
If there's a WhoIs opt-out I'll gladly provide accurate information and opt-out. Having my address posted online because I registered a domain name, well that's unacceptable. If someone gets assaulted because of their WhoIs record can they prosecute based on Data Protection?
When I saw this page, the default selected options were "Keep old settings", unless my old settings were the same as the suggested settings.
Well, maybe you'll be able to upgrade. And buy bigger and better plans. Much like phones.
People already pay for mobile phones. People already pay for internet. People already own computers. Why would they buy all this again and commit to a contract?
People are stupid.
They pay 10x what they need to for their mobile phones, and now they'll pay 10x what they need to for mobile internet.
It's a very bad day for computing.
Omfg Opera = whiniest bunch of kids.
Your browser fails. get over it.
Nice article, you just trashed Virgin's contention.
That's a difficult question.
Do you release your 7600 build and allow the world to test it? Or do you keep hold of it, to give users more of a reason to buy a retail copy?
Do they need more of a reason to buy a retail copy? Will 7100 users buy retail Seven, or will they go back to XP, or Vista - whatever they already have a copy of?
I can see business persons being pressured into upgrading, and saving money, and getting productivity, and not using 8 year old operating systems, and blah blah blah...
Then going over to their IT guys and saying "upgrade us now", and then not caring when the IT guys say "actually this won't run on our cheap-ass business machines", and then blaming the IT guys when the experience is bad.
Discounts are evil.
I have seen Terminator
This is dumb, no?
A good product?
I really wish companies would produce a quality product which serves the customers' needs at the best possible price. I also wish people weren't retarded, that way companies wouldn't be able to mess them around with small print and breaches of privacy. Far too many retards using computers these days.
So who's fault is it?
Her fault, for not knowing anything about Ubuntu?
Dell's fault, for letting her have Ubuntu?
Microsoft's fault, for creating software that doesn't work on Ubuntu?
Ubuntu's fault, for not being compatible with Word?
She can't be expected to know about Ubuntu, so it's not her fault. Dell sell computers, if someone buys the wrong thing, it's not their fault either. Microsoft make Windows, they don't want people to have Ubuntu, fair enough. Ubuntu... perhaps should support more applications.
BLAME UBUNTU !
Remember MS has an obligation to support and OS for x years, this service pack is for those unfortunate enough to own a copy of Vista. I'm confident MS have their devs focused on Windows 7, as we all agree they should do.
Windows 7 + SSD + Triple Channel DDR3 + Core i7 = WIN (in a year or two)
Bloody hell. I have enough problems with the arseholes at TV licensing whinging about me not having a license to have a TV, I dont need these bitches whinging that I now need a license to use the internet.
I DONT OWN A STINKING TV. I DONT WATCH THE BBC, and still these arses send me threatening letters at least once a month. Now they can send me letters saying we know you have an internet connection. Give us money or else we'll take you to court.
executives at the bbc should burn for this.
Tinfoil hats off.
They exaggerated a statement designed to cover their own asses. They weren't trying to steal your blog images. I'm sure this will be resolved over the next day or two. If not, the gloves will come off.
That's great, until you want to use vista, or a game, or any office application.
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