Re: Sonos speakers don't have an input cable
But the Sonos Connect does.
610 posts • joined 23 Feb 2009
But the Sonos Connect does.
But the only character who impressed me so much as a boy in the seventies that I asked my mum to cut my hair like that was Spock.
Ringing birds is best left to the RSPB.
...with Zooey Deschanel playing the Amanda Donahoe part.
Just what I was thinking. If this is deemed a success by LeicPol then it will be rolled out to the rest of Prison Island.
Downvote all you like but for those of an introverted nature this would be hell under any circumstances. There's a reason people are attracted to or repelled from certain job types you know.
I can't imagine any circumstances where that would be true.
What precisely are these failings?
You can't trust anything or anyone.
> ruling classes
There's the problem right there. That should a concept should exist at all.
Regardless of the relative merits of whisky from Scotland or whiskey from anywhere else, the latter was in production before the former. Therefore your use of imitation is erroneous.
You're expecting companies who make their money by selling hardware to adopt practices which will slow the rate at which their customers buy new hardware? Good luck with that. Google doesn't care as long as you continue to use their services, which you probably will if you're already using them. By the way, love the handle.
+1 for CyanogenMod on an S3. I bought one specifically for this purpose. The phone was rooted and the new OS installed within half an our of arrival and I've no regrets about it. Also, put F-Droid on there and don't install the Google apps and you're as close to keeping the Chocolate Factory out of your business as you can be while still on an Android phone.
And I don't wanna turn android
(Body of mine)
You gotta help me avoid that
Yes, it's plane to see that this is an idea that could bear fruit.
Sadly I can't suspend disbelief for long enough to watch any TV series of a fictional narrative nature. I can just about manage a standalone film but if I have to either come back next week for the next bit or binge on an entire series at once then there's no chance. That's for everything - not just space opera. But others are free to enjoy whatever shows they like without condemnation from me.
And thanks for the down votes all those people who think everyone should watch the same TV shows as them.
Thanks for the explanation djack.
A quick search has turned up the result that this is a character from something called Battlestar Galactica. Would someone mind explaining his relevance here to someone who doesn't watch TV space opera shows?
I wish I could upvote this many times.
His first car, his previous car or his red car?
Use modifiers e.g. dark black, light black, pale black, etc.
Surely there would need to be another Russian made phone that is up and working in order for your loved ones to be able to take your call?
Something to do with having a tongue like coarse sand paper.
English grammar wasn't taught in comprehensive schools during the late seventies and early eighties. You know damn well what I meant.
It should be everywhere.
Fancy a change from your usual do you Vince?
My apologies. When you wrote of toppling the system I hadn't realised you meant tweaking the system slightly.
Having torn the system down, what would you put in its place?
I feel your pain. Was gutted to have to take any Sky channel when all I wanted was Film4 (it was £7/month on top on Sky subscription but not available standalone.)
Perhaps. But the two main parties will argue that the result was a vote of support for the current system. This means getting another referendum is probably just about as likely as if AV had won the day last time.
I agree. Unfortunately, when given the opportunity to do just that, the electorate said no.
Tell me more about the bath. What are the dimensions? Where are the taps? What's that strange lid type thing at the narrow end? Is it really an enormous bidet? Are these available in Blighty?
OK, I'm going.
The point about punk was that anyone could do it. You no longer had to be a virtuoso as the progressive guys had been - just pick up a guitar and bang out three chords. I graduated from BASIC to typing hex into the Pet's machine code monitor just as I graduated from three guitar chords to fancy quasi-classical finger style. So BASIC WAS punk, assembly was something requiring more skill (metal/prog/jazz?) and just running other people's programs was Bay City Rollers (manufactured - geddit?)
I liked this analogy. I was 13 in 1979 and wrote my first program on a Commodore Pet. I've always been aware of the fact that I was just between two revolutions in popular music & culture (too young for punk, too old for acid house) but, being exactly the right age when the early eighties micro boom happened, I've told people for years that this was the rock & roll of my generation. Sadly too many my own age don't get it so it was nice to hear someone on Radio 4 who does.
memories of a box of chocolates with hard centres available for a while in the seventies. I liked them but I don't think they were a commercial success.
Why the joke icon?
No you are not. I too am concerned at the prospect of becoming 0xDEADBEEF.
Maybe that's the point. Remember the poll tax?
unless these things fly themselves and drivers are required to get pilot's licenses
What about Markie Sugar Mountain?
BlackDroid sounds much cooler.
Because, on the original BBC website article at least, it's the only thing most of the target audience will have heard of that conveys the essence of the thing.