52 posts • joined 16 Jun 2008
Not really hidden tracks if they have to tell you about them.
They will have to be quick on PS4 lest Driveclub steals a march on them.
You don't say ...
... "after signing £3m two-year Platform-as-a-Service contract worth £1.5m a year"
Wouldn't the alleged lost cosmonauts be the first fatalities, pre-Gagarin http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Cosmonauts
Doesn't this story crop up every couple of years?
... It doesn't help a business relationship when one partner reports the other partner to the police.
I for one welcome our new feline overlords.
I think it decodes as:
HITL ERRE ALLY DOES
ONLY HAVE ONEB ALLA
Souse looks like tinned cat food.
"social amplification" - shoot me now!
Aren't some libraries already doing this? Orkney Library for example.
… sausages, patties and nuggets.
Isn't that where workers at the Guardian have their tea?
Re: Getting him out
Granting diplomatic status has to be approved by the British Government.
Get on with the work you have
If they can't handle the work they already have (yet still have bonuses), how are they going to manage this too.
I hope Holby City will stay open in spite of this.
These are just the cases they are telling you about. If there's no more to this story than the public interest defence then why did someone step down?
If it is so great why is it only given a score of 80%? What's the downside?
What sort of set-up would you have to have where it would cost you £10,000 or more to have freesat installed?
Re: Non IT points here
You should stick to reading the Daily Mail - they are more amenable to your bash the poor rhetoric. There is nothing in this article that says she can't look after her children, and I wasn't aware of any laws that restrict the size of a family on the statute books.
Isn't that exactly what they did?
33% downloads over the weekend doesn't sound that significant when you consider that the weekend is more or less a third of the week. Alright ~ 29%, but still near enough.
Samsung M2 1Tb
Well it is now past the 'later this month', it now being the next month - so where is the Samsung M2 1Tb for £80?
... pretty much covers anyone working at the News of the World.
Isn't more money lost to human and system error on the part of the DWP? Where's the reporting of that? It probably does get reported but it doesn't suit the agenda of the right wing tabloid press as much to get highlighted as much.
Turns out this was a Vodafone publicity stunt
Perhaps it could be used so someone from the WSJ's stable mate, the News of the World, could blow the whistle on who has had their phones hacked, who did it, who ordered it, and who knew about it.
Pricing is a bit dubious - they seem to quoting the tech specs of the highest specced machine but then quoting the RRP of the lowest specced. Check out the Acer Ethos in the entertainment section for example.
Ignorance is bliss or not
So ignorance of a law is no defence, but a general misunderstanding (which seems pretty much the same thing) of the law is.
How does that work?
No money to pay her bills, but enough for a solicitor?
Beer today gone tomorrow
It will just be used as an excuse to charge more for less.
Re: What's useful...
Or just get a standard gmail account and use the + trick i.e firstname.lastname@example.org would get to email@example.com
re: Irritating Red Light
Try a blob of blu-tack, or some gaffer tape cut to size.
Won't the oil come out all fizzy?
80 processors for o/s images and the other 16 to manage it all.
I stand corrected
The pricing I found was for the no wifi version - although a £100 premium just for wireless still seems a bit steep.
Not really a good deal - you can get one from play.com for £150, and on there they reckon the RRP is only £200
I posted in the morning before the game - I guess the Reg took their time moderating it.
I had a dream
England to win 5 - 0. Remember where you read it first.
Why are coat pegs in Church considered to be different than any other coat peg?
Surely the defence is that the seller didn't know who owned it, as Apple had told him so.
Who would have thought?
Valuable items such as bikes/lawnmowers/tools etc in a garage.
do as i say not as i do
BT are always wheeling out those giant cheques every time it's Comic Relief or Children in Need. Did they all bounce too?
They've done a bad job in choosing a name for this - trying to google it's availability in Edinburg just leads me to loads of curry houses and food shops!
"including “MMMBop” by Hanson"
Throw away the key.
You have obviously never seen The Real Hustle.
Whats the point
The operating temperatures for the iphone are 0 - 35 deg C (32 - 95 deg F).
How do they know?
people might have downloaded stuff with no intention of buying it. call me a freetard if you want but they can't conver the number of downloads into the amount of profit that they have lost!
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