36 posts • joined Tuesday 17th April 2007 21:13 GMT
60% of the time it works all of the time.
First Duke now this
Reviewed on the XBOX 360? Why?
Looking at things objectively the PC is leagues ahead when it comes to playing FPS games. The mouse and keyboard combo hasn't been bettered to date and the graphics are always going to be so much better.
If you are going to review games on here why not view them in their best light?
App Store is not just mobile
40% of revenue of indie software?
You have quoted 2dboy (an indie games developer) as your source. What you need to take into account the the effectively non existent supply of games for OSX.
2dboy launched World of Goo (which is a great game BTW) to the market. At a guess there is at least 100 times the competition in the Windows games market compared to the OSX market. I stands to reason that OSX gamers when presented with limited choice are going to spend their money in a more focused way.
As an aside I run Windows 7 on my home PC. Macs are great for boring stuff like designing websites and creating business logos but I use my Windows PC for fun stuff like Bad Company 2 and Dragon Age.
Councillors don't get paid a salary.
They can only get reimbursed expenses....
...mine is the one with the iPhone MAXI in the pocket.
I have never heard someone say adhesive tape.
Planning application here
The above link is to a planning application for one
I picked mine up in Hove instead. They still have plenty of stick. I arrived at 7:13 this morning and got served at 11am. They had no problem selling multiple iPhones
Maybe some sort...
...could be.....YES....if we reconfigure the main sensor array and use it to fire an inverse tachyon beam in front of the ship we won't have to worry about the <problem of the week>
I had no service for any of Monday. The sooner mobile phone exclusives end the better. I 3GS contract is up in August 2010 and when it does I will be moving!
Bad steve for sticking us with O2 in the first place.
I was overcharged!
I had a call yesterday evening from O2 to let me know I had been overcharged for data on my last bill. They told me I would see a credit for it on my next bill. The amoun? 24p!
Paris, as I feel rich like her now.
I had to setup a group policy on our server to force Office 2007 not to use docx. It was a nightmare haveing 99% of emails returned because the recipient couldn't open the attachment.
Who owns the network?
My understanding of UK contract law with regards to ISPs is that the level 1 ISP (ie BT in most cases) actually owns the network. Surely if the consumer is liable for how his connection has been used BT is thus equally liable for any offences committed on its network?
Has anybody suggested this crowd of cowboys sue BT as the owner of the network?