66 posts • joined Tuesday 21st October 2008 09:22 GMT
...you needs it! And perhaps you should let your engineers practise with live data to test servers restorations once in a while.
No servers are invulnerable. It only takes one 0-day exploit or a slow patch to destroy years of work.
Daily backups. Learn it. Use it. Test it.
@The Dorset Rambler
The taxidermist :) I was referring to the pelt.
lack of facts
How said animals died would have been investigated and any wrong doing prosecuted. Spouting unsupported 'truths' like Andrew Moore (above) is the reason why she later published 'Dear Tinkerbell'. If she did strangle it and there is proof, then she will get what she deserves - probably a fine.
If you were going to kill a cat breaking it's neck would be the most humane approach - you'll also receive a lot less scratches and bite marks!
I would happily bet a pint of beer that it was put down at a vets and then cured professionally.
Author: wheres the NSFW tag for the boobs and penis shots at the bottom of that link? :]
"misuse of Parliamentary expenses"
Should be considered fraud and treason - sacking isn't enough, bring criminal proceedings! They should all be audited.
When there's only 1/2 of the parliament left, hopefully they'll do what they should have done over a year ago and hold a new election.
tabbed browsing is the win
Been using it since opera was adware. If you can't keep tabs on the multiple tabs and windows you have open... close a few. Don't spoil it for those that have an organised mind!
What they could do now that display real estate is getting to the point that running a browser maximised destroys readability on flowing sites (those that fill the window), is have a little sidebar with thumbnails/gallery of every open tab irrelevant of the window.
I'm sure someone could make a extension that does that. 2 secs of google reveals 2 exposé types but no side bar - maybe its a little deeper.
Still they could bundle one of them in with the core after a little spit and polish to integrate it nicely.
"Thank you for your continued hard work, commitment, and focus"
ROFLMAO - productivity will be down 50% unless it's intel sweatshop-esk in there, in which case they'll only working to their metrics.
With a cash pile as big as microsoft, you'd think they'd keep people on and write a decent version of windows or office or something :]
well placed and just the right one too :D
£2000 car subsidy
They should have limited to cars of 1L engines or less, hybrid up to 1.5L and alternative energy cars only.
Would have been nice to see it for all motorbikes that do 60mpg+ or use alternative fuels too, but I suppose that's asking a bit much.
was it porn then?
"Your friend debbie69 has been watching 'Big Black German Meat Products 5' and rather liked it. Click here to >rent it!<"
Something like that then??
Paris because she has a rather large collection herself, starring... herself.
I think most system admins and general IT bods would be happy to use IPv6 at home and work as long as their ISPs supported it, which they don't, so well, meh.
OFCOM should give them a quick poke :) Once Bloody Terrible (BT) and Vermin Media are forced onboard, then the rest will follow.
Paris; cause she can could show OFCOM how to...
if you look at the bottom of those icons you'll see an ie html icon, so that points to his default still being ie. Personally I think that's worse ;)
Paris; because she's good at noticing small things
not so much a supercar as an averagecar ;) Still, anything that has money going into 'green tech' R&D is money well spent.
...sack all english people and hire people from places where the cost of living is less. Surely that's the 'pc/equality' approach? They cost less after all.
If men are paid more, the chances are they are better at their jobs. There's nothing sexist about that, this isn't the 1700s.
Good female employees are as appreciated as male ones in this day in age but they have to work to the same standard. Same as if a male was not working to the standard expected he'd be paid less than an efficient 9-5 person.
If you really think you are as good as a higher paid person on your level then go see your boss and ask for a pay rise, explaining why you think you deserve it. He'll either tell you why you aren't so good as you think and deflate your ego (the u have something to aim for), or start negotiations (or obviously be fobbed off as most bad bosses do).
Paris; because she gets paid far more than her male equivalents.
is universal time coordinate. ie. UTC aka GMT. It's the satellite and atomic clocks version of saying +0. When it is in fact +0.00.01.422818 ;) Which I believe is the best they could with synchronising atomic clocks in the 1960s. (yes, a whole 1.5 seconds off GMT)
As long as it was a clean kill then there's not much to be done.
If it's a twitcher with no antlers and is beyond saving (ie. broken bones, smashed face or jaw) then go break its neck or smash the base of it's skull. Screw driver to the base of the skull works too.
If it's got antlers then stay away unless you're packing heat and can (legally) humanely dispatch it safely, else phone the police (in the UK not sure about US policy). In the UK they'll send the local deer man to end it's suffering and get a nice meal out of it :] If he gralloches it (guts it) there and then, the carcass will be used for food, ask for a cut :D
Lastly some species of deer are tough buggers. They'll go down and stay down, but then 10 mins later get up and wander off as if nothing happened. Saw a muntjak do this after a collision with a car at 60mph. The car took more damage!
Paris; works like a muntjak
not the only people
The other day I noticed that HP had copied their reviews from one site to another independent site (or vice versa). Does that count?
Like bean bag guns? Tennis ball launchers? Or maybe expanding foam pellets from a pb gun?
Cow poo launcher?
Or if the person is endanger lives or about to... shoot them.
not a chance
The kidney was given the wife with no other implications. If he wanted something more, then he should have sorted out a contract at the time.
Believing in people and feelings is a failing point of many (business) relationships. If you expect something but it isn't in the contract, then you can't reasonably be expected to receive it. He should have slapped it in as an amendment to his marriage contract :)
Life is emotion, but money is business.
@* for Linux is * for Mac surely?
Not possible, mac osx doesn't use xorg or any of the O/S windowing systems, it'd have to be programmed specifically to osx browser and windowing APIs. (Unless they used a middleware library like GTK ofc but commercial companies are not often willing too.)
I really can't see a young actor like that bringing any character or presence to the show, but then I also think the quality of Dr. Who is completely lost in the current iteration. There's only been a handful of shows worth watching.
[paraphrase] "obsolete due to hydrogen"
There's an excellent clip of the show on youtube or iplayer for the full thing.
55 miles + 20% = 66 miles, that's not that bad for a car going around a track.
TBH with the next gen batteries, the range and charge limit should be eased significantly. Shame it'll take 3-5 years getting here.
PS. it's "break down" not "brake down"
is good, in a well executed format, and is a champion for the common man. I liked it when it came out, like a rough diamond, but now it's all a little samey.
Personally I've grown to dislike any game where the main objective is to grind mobs with the objective of getting ultra rare loot, gold, or finishing quest objectives. It's to much like a job.
I'll admit to trying just about every mainstream mmo to come out, they're all the same with different skins and minor mechanic changes.
Internet gaming was brought to the world's population by WoW. It's where subculture became mainstream. Those that played online before it will know that WoW isn't the only game where you can have friends and play as a team. WoW gives people that, and doesn't require you to have any prior knowledge or gaming skill to do it, which imho is why it is so successful.
Personally, 2 games I'm looking forward to in the new year are jumpgate evolution (Q2-3 release) and darkfall online (22nd Jan). No mainstream grind, just action and fun. Bring it on! :D
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OMG, that was so hard to think up. No holes, no BS, straight to the point.
Pairs; coz she knows how to get to the point.
I have a solution...
VM (and all ISPs) should sell a product you can use - as per description with no small print.
not got the backbone for it? Then light up some of the dark fibre from the dot com bust or spend some capital.
ISPs are the biggest bunch of thieving liers, right next to politicians. They deserve a lot more agro from Ofcom and ASA than they get.
Looking forward to eu class action suits, just for this one exception :D
check google cache... it's a young lady, naked, with a shattered glass effect covering her nether regions... what's the big deal?
People need to grow up and stop seeing demons in every shadow
To use a nuke anywhere on this planet against civilians would cause the world + dog to be against the alleged terrorist group - utterly eliminating any chance of succeeding in other goals. Even China and Russia would chip in because as they modernise and become capitalist countries, they become targets.
At the moment you have the US + friends with commitments in and around Iraq and Afghanistan - that'll look like a turkey shoot because governments( who haven't, like the UK) will massively increase spending on forces.
As always, the only use for a WMD is self annihilation. I can think of a million better ways to 'terrorise' but terrorism is pointless by definition, it never succeeds in it's long term goals.
Penguins, coz when the shit hits the fan, at least we'll still have lin-- penguins ;)
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