Forward thinking of them
I first read the conference name as "20th Unisex Security Symposium".
877 posts • joined 11 Jun 2009
I first read the conference name as "20th Unisex Security Symposium".
You then need to consider the possibility of getting it wrong. While your system is fallible, you can't allow capital punishment to continue.
All of them, my good fellow. Providing the "correct" political views are those of right minded non-bastards, i.e. those who don't go in for death penalty, human testing, torture, genocide etc.
To take your argument to it's ultimate conclusion, are you suggesting that an organisation should employ EDL, BNP, all the way up to (neo-)Nazis, regardless of their political views?
You'll find that those who support capital punishment would love to see the consequences you describe. Without actually considering what that would mean, or course.
Well I come to expect that from our community, but I was actually referring to the article author.
Speaking as someone who is first hearing about this nonsense right here, it sounds an awful lot like you're pro-capital punishment. I feel I must have a faulty sarcasm detector, because I was sure El Reg didn't employ "that sort".
If so, that is possibly the most sensible thing the government has ever done. Balls to democracy. If the idiot turkeys decide to vote for Christmas, they need saving from themselves.
"half of us discard pennies and tuppences as pointless, and a third have refused to buy cheap things for fear of breaking a note."
Wouldn't it be nice to have so much money that you can afford a complete lack of common sense.
The author can at least pay for their paper to be made open access... if they can find another 1000-odd dollars.
It's a good scam those journals have got going.
£20 a month* for Cable TV, internet access and free weekend calls.
"Wow that's good!"
*plus £14.00 for line rental.
You need 10.6 if you want to upgrade to 10.7. Anything older lacks the necessary app store.
"And the number one thing that PowerPoint is not, is a page layout tool. Seriously, stop doing that."
Use it all the time for scientific posters. Won an award for one them.
Poor scientists can't afford (the money and time to get good at) anything better and a crap poster is the fault of the designer anyway.
With Zynga games as badly written as they are, you're lucky if you have any processor time left at all.
I thought this was just some guy who sort of belongs to the group, rather than anyone important.
I still suspect they're scuttling under the carpet to avoid the much bigger and more dangerous hacking group that's gunning for them.
I think you mean "I ATEN'T DEAD".
A witch doesn't need to worry about spelling. It's the word's fault for being wrong.
I was going to comment on that being way too much anyway, but a very quick bit of research would suggest you'd be a mug for buying a PS3 at the current £300 RRP anyway.
The RRP for the current XBox 360 is less, but the PS3 (non-slim one) seems to actually sell for less.
What about those jumping from a 3GS, which is coming to the end of its 24 month contract, to a nice shiny iPhone 5? Action of an iDiot, or someone enjoying a pretty significant jump up in technology?
Did you try to enlighten him?
Worse than ignorance is not being ignorant but failing to help others rid themselves of their's.
I was with you on the first paragraph. Then about a quarter of the second.
The rest is just stupid fluff.
"Does not our native language merit some care?" no, not really. Languages change. Get used to it.
I could very well ask why you refer to cow meat as beef. That's a Normanism. Our Saxon language needs protecting. To which the Britons in the back will cry 'hang on a minute!'*
*Actually I can't pronounce what they'd cry.
Except that if/when they post that information on the internet for anyone to see, what little justification they have for their little crusade goes right out the window. There's nothing socially responsible about Handing our data over to the people who will gladly fuck us over for real.
"fireproof" means proofed against the effects of fire. Presumably the risk of fire damage and explosion is somewhat reduced, therefore.
....apart from the clear conclusion that nicely sums up who should and should not get one you mean?
It's not like the ones with a numpad costs any more.
The yellow stripes are high in protein, the green ones have vitamin B and C complexes, and the little pink flowers contain wheat germ extract
Still, I wonder how the crowd would react to something of this nature.
That makes (crazy studio) sense from a licensing point of view.
It'll stunt its growth though.
Except when it involves cameras and the storage and processing of DNA data.
...and what percentage of Americans don't know how to place a % unit correctly?
It seems ours is the pick up the bill generation. The baby boomers in the political and financier classes tell use to tighten our belts to pay for their excesses, and we're told we're not allowed to palm it off to future generations as they did. We're like a middle child.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure that was us and France. America only really joined in because we asked them.
Don't you find it tiring to be so cynical all the time?
"Snow Leopard - aka 10.6 - costs $29 / £26"
Really? I didn't realise it had gotten so low.
Last time I bought it was 10.3, which cost about £50 as I was a student.
...except in this case it would be interesting to see a movie of Dune that isn't quite so mad. The original was on over the weekend, and I think 'cult classic' must be a euphemism for 'didn't do well in cinemas because people on acid prefer to watch the popcorn machine'.
Surely the fact that they've created 10,000 jobs that pay at least minimum wage can only be a good thing. A job is a job.
Well OK, 700 jobs. They're still jobs.
Not sure how overall spending is calculated, as I'm pretty sure the digital distribution service don't declare their sales figures.
I can imagine many women, men too but particularly women, finding it hard to adopt such an attitude. Imagine if the women's email contact lists included work colleagues.
"I have been here too long"
I fear so.
As a rule, it is a good one. However, this does strike me as a good idea.
More like the PC equivalent of an iMac. Stick on the latest Ubuntu or hack OS X onto it and you're pretty much there. Much cheaper too.
People who actually have to save up for stuff?
Why then is Firefox doing so well? Who's pushing that one on me?
"I feel sorry for those that can't be bothered to explore alternatives, or just believe everything they read in a Microsoft/Apple/Google/Mozilla press release."
Reads a lot like:
"I feel sorry for those that don't use my favourite browser, or won't listen when I stamp my feet and tell them they're all sheep."
Personally I've chosen a combination of Firefox and Chrome. That's right, *chosen*. I don't even read press releases.
Also, what ever you do, don't make a joke about b-l-o-w-i-n-g any of them u-p.
Although Reg Hardware is pretty good at talking about features and what-not, I find these articles largely useless without an approximate price. Particularly for laptops and other systems that tend to vary greatly. I don't know about anyone else, but when shopping, I have a Venn diagram in my head of stuff I want, and stuff I can afford, and I buy the intersection. I have a feeling all the TVs in this article are out of my price range, but it'd be nice to know for sure.
I suppose I could look around at various shop sites myself, but if the numbers are easy to find why aren't they in the article.
Note: To be fair, you do tend to put the prices on the some articles, like the recent run-down of MP3 players.
Well, OK other diplomats probably know all this stuff, but it's rare that we get to see it.
Also, the black and white confirmation that Arab leaders were urging the US to attack Iran is going to make them pretty uncomfortable. They generally rule over people who are pretty sympathetic to Iran.
“upturned like the nose of the loveliest nocturnal animal, sniffing the night”
That one's going to haunt me.
...or indeed, find out who's insides are inside afterwards.
An obvious problem is that anyone who intends to do anything naughty with their gun will probably disable the black box first. I imagine a black market in non-smart gun grips will spring up over night.
My spare room is stuffed with enough army issue junk to argue otherwise*. Pretty much anywhere with an Army Cadet Force company or two, or local TA regiment, you'll be able to find someone selling it. You won't find much in desert colours though, but regular green DPM is everywhere.
*Mrs is an ACF instructor.