27 posts • joined Friday 27th April 2007 13:33 GMT
Can anyone think of any other reasonable reason to remove the battery from a cell
Well yeah - to use the battery in your other phone. Or perhaps the battery cover had fallen off. Or perhaps the charging connector had bust and the battery needed to be charged in a separate phone. Lots of reasons.
And "Reiser never programmed Linux which is the cernel after all" - where do you think the filesystem code lives, pray?
It is still the Union Jack - when you fly it on a ship. And the Union Flag otherwise.
And to Liam - I'm sure more than 1/2 the people in this country think it's their flag, because it is.
More pointless debate on the interweb, hurrah!
Oh, and the Jolly Roger, because that's the nearest the icon set has to a flag.
This whole thing
> This whole Islam vs America/UK thing kicked off when the Jews were given Arab land (i.e. Israel) to settle in
Aren't you forgetting the Crusades?....
> “violence in a manner patently offensive to prevailing standards in the adult community” should carry a legally enforced age restriction.
Porn stars get to rate the games then?
(Paris - she knows all about the "adult community")
So when there's a big disaster, and people are trying to text their loved ones, the system will be jammed up with this official spam. Thought it through much?
Although I suppose the US probably doesn't have as much of a texting culture as Europe, as you can tell by the design of the iPhone.
"I think the way is now clear to stand NAO up and go warm," said Chertoff.
I keep forgetting, they stopped speaking English in the US a long time ago.
"Why do we keep on giving these people another chance?"
Oh I know, every 4 years we give someone a chance in 10 (or 11) Downing Street and they always mess it up.
Daisy Duke, penetration testing...
Snigger. I'll get my trenchcoat...
Just how is this Forgotten Tech? :-)
We had a whole room of BBCs at school - everyone was playing Elite and whenever you were about to dock with a spacestation you'd have to find whoever had the floppy disk last and put it in your drive.
Oh and that's "British Broadcasting Corporation" microcomputer - IIRC some Swedish firm had BBC as a trademark and our BBC hadn't bothered trademarking its own acronym, so they had to rename the machine.
PS for those suffering Elite withdrawal symptoms, Oolite for Mac/Linux is the next best thing.
Aliens, because that's who we were zapping in our Cobra Mk IIIs.
Help me with my maths here
According to that URL, these things use 3 x CR2 batteries. According to http://www.ebattery.co.kr/pdf/lithium/camera/CR2.PDF those batteries can deliver 2.5A in a pulse at 3V. So 3 batteries x 3V x 2.5A is 22.5VA. Divide by 900000V and you get 25pA. Is this painful? Am I missing something?
Missing the point
Never mind DRM or not - is there actually anything worth watching these days?
That's a new one
"women of notable stature" - there's a euphemism I haven't heard before.
"Research by Google's anti-malware team on three million unique URLs on more than 180,000 websites automatically installed malware onto vulnerable PCs."
Why is Google's research installing malware onto PCs?
Re: I hear...
That's probably because "Within 10 minutes Claranet contained and halted the malicious activity" i.e. the script probably worked alphabetically and didn't get time to do the whole lot.
"I read it in wikipedia so it must be true" - time for a T-shirt methinks.
ITTMTS Rudy Coombs HANDTYFP
Originally written by Rudy Toombs for Amos Milburn but first recorded by John Lee Hooker.
So Toombs gets the ASCAP royalties and Hooker or Thoroughgood get the RIAA mechanical royalties. Or something like that.
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