265 posts • joined Thursday 17th July 2008 16:35 GMT
Re: Who else has left already?
Would love to follow you, but "Infinity" is how long I'll have to wait before fibre is installed in my town.
How to be a Politician...
1: Promise everything
2: Deliver nothing
3: Blame other parties
Re: Dumb Telly?
The "Evolution Kit" is a smartphone-sized box that clips into a socket on the back of the TV.
Re: Surely T&Cs cover this ?
Of course, this assumes the candidate _has_ accounts with said marketing ^H^H^H social networking orgs.
I don't, so I would obviously not get the job because I won't hand over passwords to said non-existent accounts.
Skip over this bit, will you?
So you didn't meet this guy then?
I smell rolled-up trouser legs & funny handshakes (with manilla envelopes)
Anonymous should leave the Norks alone...
... and take down the world's real #1 evil - Telemarketers and their robo-dialing henchbots.
MI5 & GCHQ?
Only there to threaten the others into installing back doors in their systems for "official" use only.
"Should custom Android keyboards even be allowed?"
I find that with a rooted Xoom 1 running JB 4.2.2, a custom keyboard like (genuine) Swiftkey is NECESSARY!
This is because the stock keyboard closes itself after EVERY keypress.
"Starfleet commanders used portable flip-phone style transceivers."
Which is where the designers of the first flip-phone, the Motorola StarTAC say they got their inspiration.
PS: ALL Starfleet personnel used communicators, not just Commanders & above.
Re: patent trolls aren't so brave
<---- Mine's the Italian made one.
Good news everyone!
Musk tweeted this at 1640UTC:-
"Solar array deployment successful"
and this at 1702UTC:-
"Attempting bring up of thruster pods 2 and 4"
Re: Most excellent
70 limit came in in 1965 after Carroll Shelby was reported to reach 198mph on the M1.
Before then, the white circle with a black diagonal line meant "End of Speed Limit".
Re: @ Anonymous IV
Why not? They always have before.
Windows ME & Vista spring readily to mind.
<- Tux, because I left the sinking ship many years ago.
Pics of peripherals
But none of actual console it seems.
Re: What a surprise
Actually, MS certification requirements state that the Secure Boot off-switch is required on x86 devices and PROHIBITED on ARM devices (like the Surface).
As Confucious never said:- "Once the avalanche has begun, it is too late for the mountain to vote."
would be right to play Troughton & Pertwee?
"Weird Al" Yankovic was right...
This NRA spokesman appears in the movie "UHF":-
Re: Wrong legislation wording
Better yet: If the answer is no, then the litigant pays double the defendant's cost and the patent is awarded to the defendant because they obviously _do_ produce technology that the patent covers.
Re: ... eradicate terrorism and pedophilia.
"The Tories and Labour are cut from the same cloth"
The problem is neither the Tories nor Labour. The actual problem is the un-elected (un)civil servants pushing this along.
"Yes, Prime Minister" was a docudrama, not a sitcom!
"require CSPs to retain web logs up to the first "/"."
So the CSPs will have to retain logs that contain "http:/" and "https:/"?
I think I'll be OK with that.
Re: Pot calling the kettle black?
Upvoted for truth!
On the upside, standardization would also allow for a single method of bypassing DPI.
That is all.
Re: Handy Tip
If you have dual boot and need to install Windows you need to install to a separate drive which is not your normal boot drive (unless you don't mind re-installing your bootloader)
Not necessary. Just install Windows _first_, then use your Linux LiveCD to resize/repartition the drive & then install.
They've found the best way to kickstart manned exploration missions...
I feel a great disturbance in The Force...
As if "Jar Jar - the Musical" was coming soon.
That would be "Contempt of Court"
Which translates as:-
Go to jail.
Go directly to jail.
Do not pass go.
Do not collect $200.
Stay there until the judge decides you're sorry.
You may be interested in the story of King Canute.
I have a bad feeling about this.
Final release is today...
But the day ain't over yet!
"Because we say so" isn't good enough.
Re: Last paragraph of story
Inq are reporting that Apple HAS now licensed the Swiss Rail clock.
TPB /is/ time-shifting
Just not in the direction the MAFIAA wanted.
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