When May opens her gob...
EVERY b*llsh** detector on Earth goes up to 11!
652 posts • joined 17 Jul 2008
EVERY b*llsh** detector on Earth goes up to 11!
I believe oomwat is suggesting it would be more legally acceptable if supplied as a DKMS module.
The WileyFox Storm & Swift come with Cyanogenmod out of the box.
Maplin, a very similar company in the UK, seems to be going the same way.
A catalog that just a couple of years ago, was one over 700 pages of components, is now a mere 200 pages of naff gadgets & phone chargers.
After the planned course correction, the probe will be heading in a different direction, so the debris becomes completely irrelevant.
(until the debris ploughs into an approaching starship, starting an interstellar war for which we are allegedly unprepared)
As I understand it, the bet was with Harlan Ellison, not Sir Arthur C Clarke.
(But I agree with pitting this judge against any organisation that preys upon "The weak of mind and fat of wallet")
Just let me get it out of the boot.
(When driving, my phone is in a pocket of my work bag, in the boot of the car.)
IF there is an actual Pascal-chipped consumer GPU coming, I think the reveal won't be until E3, in June.
Luckily, I'd already seen the story on the BBC's "Ten things that look like April Fools, but aren't" page that day.
GM have stated they do not intend to bring the Bolt to Europe.
Beware Red Lectroids!
"To sum up; the guy's a fucking idiot."
He's a politician. It's in the job requirements!
<insert 20minute non-stop tirade of expletives here> and the horse you and your "honourable" colleagues rode in on!
Nope, the top of the PC was covered in little towels!
I know a LOT of Australian "Star Citizen" gamers are hoping for an "Oceania" region to be on that list.
The game runs on Google's Cloud, and their current nearest DC is Singapore, which does NOT make for good latency.
Silly wins again!
How about RRS Michael Palin, or RRS Jeremy Clarkson. Both have links to that part of the world.
*Hint - Read downwards!
If they're serious, they should offer to defend ANYONE charged under this law "pro bono" (for free)!
Sadly, there is no longer "still time". We lost Sir Ken last Thursday.
'Splody icon, because that's how his Bond sets often ended up.
Not voting is NOT voting NO!
These gimps are all as bad as each other. Pic of typical MP off-duty ---->
"For that you first need to specify the speed of an unladen Celery - and no African/European shenanigans please..."
Oldest known reference to celery is from Tutankhamen's tomb, so definitely African.
OFGUM you mean?
Most of the UK's are now in India!
"Where's linux on the fondleslab when you need it?"
Wait a month:-
Unless you meant phones, in which case right here, right now!
Note the phones at each end are running Ubuntu
It's kinda hard to make a concrete block transmit anything!
In the first example, what are the odds that the ex-programmer who called in was the one who wrote that comment in the first place, back when the world was young?
"It's not what you know, it's who you know"
Actually, it's what you know ABOUT who you know!
I disagree. Funding should come directly from MP's paychecks, with no compensating raise!
1: Volunteer for this
2: Finger May for ALL crimes possible
4: PROFIT for ALL!
I once got an earful at the local supermarket because I complained to a builder who had parked his van across TWO disabled bays near the door to the shop.
This was WHILE I was pushing my wheelchair-bound mother to the far end of the carpark where I'd had to park, even though we HAD a valid blue badge!
Kill off its "Acceptable Ads" scheme and block ALL of the unwanted bandwidth-munching rubbish!
Obligatory Star Wars quote:-
"Octarine, associated with all things eight-ish, but the petitioners decided to go with 117 instead of 118 ?"
Because 117 is a halogen, and therefore can end with "ine" instead of "ium"
I still think this may not have been to steal the records of 21m people with security clearance.
It may have been to ADD a couple dozen clearances for another power's embedded agents.
"Are all UK home secretaries unpleasant people before they take up the role, or do they suddenly become nasty on assuming office?"
Screen all your incoming calls through an answering machine which has the outgoing message starting with that 3-tone chime that you get when dialling an unavailable number.
This tone is what tells the robodialler these scum use that the number is not in service, and wipes it from it's database.
Just wait till he adds this mode to Teslas!
Heston WAS hired to come up with recipes for Tim, and his show will air on C4 in the spring
Turn in your nerd card. He was quoting this:- http://www.montypython.net/scripts/piranha.php
This week's "Government-enforced backdoor" will become next week's "Haxxor's catflap".
All it needs is for an official to leave their encryption key on the bus, AGAIN!
Some idiot will try this on a fighter plane armed with laser guided bombs.
File under Darwin Award.
(Yes, I know that's not how laser guided bombs really work, but it sounded nice inside my head)
Got it on my Nexus 5 phone, but still waiting for Nexus 7 2013 tablet.
Pretty sure Playmobil is not owned by LEGO.
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There may be MORE records on the system than OPM think they had.
Instead of STEALING the data, $FOREIGNPOWER may have ADDED their own spies records to the clearance database for later espionage.
(El Reg needs a tinfoil hattery icon!)
I read elsewhere that the more expensive "Storm" model WILL take a 128GB MicroSD.
Definitely got a patch, but it actually WASN'T a version bump (my error).
It WAS a Stagefright fix though, being the first of the new monthly security updates:-