788 posts • joined 11 Jun 2009
Re: Data cap anyone?
Do they have a clause in their contract that allows them to apply limits later?
2. Tea, normal English (e.g. Yorkshire) brewed strong as death
3. Milk, skimmed or semi-skimmed, just a spot
No sugar. That's for coffee, and even then it should be brown.
Earl Grey is perfumed rubbish. If it absolutely must be drunk, it should never be with milk.
I believe that's commonly referred to as NAAFI tea.
My granddad used to tell my dad the same thing. He was in the navy.
Re: I'm not sure what exactly is happening
frank ly, you have actually been on the internet right?
Re: Yeah right
Sorry, would Edinburgh be more you cup of tea? Or are you a "nothing north of the Watford Gap" kind of chap?
Re: Greedy bastards
That is an extremely good point. There really isn't much point in spending the time and money to make a 1 min advert when no one will ever watch more than 5 seconds.
And how much will BT be fined?
Oh, I see.
They should also be taught to fire a rocket at their feet while in mid jump will boost their jump considerably, thus allowing them to reach even more inaccessible locations.
"when your pinned down and targets 500 yards away" ...you'll feel very silly for leaving your SA80 on the kitchen counter.
A pistol is for when you're caught with your trousers down at close range and, for whatever reason, you can't use your main weapon. .50 cal is for heavy machine guns (less important these days) and ridiculously long range rifles (hardly ever needed).
Isn't it specifically the phosphoric acid in colas that does that? It's certainly been linked to osteoporosis in women.
Re: Dyslexic analysis disorder
The same way everyone else does when reporting statistical findings.
"Dr Chen is indisputably a real doctor and a proper boffin - as opposed to the larger and less distinguished category of "scientist" - being an MD as well as a PhD."
How dare you Sir! Such an inflammatory statement just caused this doctor* to splutter his delicious and health-giving juice of the naughty bean across the desk.
*PhD only and you can cram it where tech news hacks traditionally cram things.
Re: Asus PA248Q
1080p is fine for me. Glad my eyes are rubbish.
"and I still don't understand why we need 3g tablets when wifi will link up to your mobile hapilly.."
Dunno about you, but that's expressly verboten on my contract. I wouldn't have a network contract for a tablet anyway, but tethering isn't always an option.
Re: that's the point.
Build a better mousetrap...
Re: I want to live in Bob's world
Some of them cost more than my total Christmas budget.
£40 phone case a throwaway gift?
I'm clearly in the wrong line of work.
Re: Yay, stocking fillers on the 19th December.
Don't worry, there'll be plenty of these in the shops. No one else will want them.
Indeed. These are a bit pricier than the usual chocolate oranges.
They can sue each other for money if they must, since it largely seems to balance out, but full bans are bad for the consumer.
Re: And you think privacy is invaded NOW?
One day they'll tell us they "like us", and then we'll really be in trouble.
Re: But will it help Arthur Dent ...
No, but then he's just an ignorant monkey that doesn't know any better.
Re: Excuse me.
"This leash demeans us both"
Re: Out of Control?
I wouldn't have thought its course would deviate unless it was spraying something to give it thrust.
Re: "is thought to house a camera"
Well the US used to dump it in the sea and go pick it up. Of course NK aren't allowed out, and they can hardly knock on anyone else's door to ask for their ball back.
Re: Meanwhile Britain
Ah, so you're Lewis.
So that's where all these down votes came from.
Shoebox?!? Get a load of His Majesty living in a shoebox!
I'd sell my left knee to live in a shoebox!
Assuming you're not joking: RTFA.
The wounds were already open. The bandages were holding them closed in lieu of any sutures.
This is seriously horrible.
Apple's word can not be called into question. The town must be moved at once!
Re: The best tablet for Christmas
Re: What about the no-names?
A few unheard of brands sneak into some of these articles, but they're always crap in some way or another. If there are any good ones, I wouldn't mind knowing about them.
Oh but Kobo, or any other obscure e-reader-tablet-hybrid, don't count. They're all shite.
You need massive hands, apparently.
It's a change from the iThing reviews, which always get given to the one person in the office who loves them.
They always end up with 90% scores and reading like Stephen Fry's blog.
Re: more than apps
That would be anything that's not m4a.
Re: Troll symbol
I'm starting to think this whole badge thing was a bad idea.
Re: tablet computers be shit
Ladies and gentlemen, please don't feed the trolls.
Re: "thin crust, no cheese"
Although analysis failed to identify a terrestrial analogue, which may cast doubt on the theory that the moon was formed from cheese ejected from the Earth.
Re: 100 meeeeellion?
You don't have to be in a wheelchair to be disabled.
Re: Driving licences?
I don't know. Can you think of any disabilities that might make reading a website difficult, but not make you an unsafe driver?
If yes, then yes.
Re: Even better bargain
No. There's no excuse for reading the Mail.
"We break legs, because we care"
Well, those tiny tweezers don't last for ever you know.
At least if they're wrong they don't have to worry about going the way of those Italian seismologists.
But Mother wasn't evil. It worked exactly as intended.
The heart of the problem
We all know this, but the heart of the problem is clearly the US patent office. Based on the approved patent, they may well have a case. The problem is that only a moron would have approved it in the first place.
How the hell do we come back from this state of craziness?
Want a proper review? Try RPS: http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2012/11/21/wot-i-think-far-cry-3-single-player/
Re: Do they really play this to review it?
Most of Ubisoft's recent games (and older ones that have been patched) just require a net connection to activate it and then you can make it available for off-line use. It's more like Steam now.
Mind you, I bought From Dust in a Steam sale and wasn't actually able to activate it, since their bloody servers went down that weekend. I guess they must have been surprised that more than two people wanted to login on the same Saturday.
Re: You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
"So if I take your car but give after few days no theft happened right"
But then we just come back to the old question: if I made an identical copy of your car without actually taking it away from you, is that theft?
Re: I don't know what else is wrong with this??
We know she failed to download it. I agree that we don't know all the details, but when do we ever?
- Vid Hubble 'scope snaps 200,000-ton chunky crumble conundrum
- Bugger the jetpack, where's my 21st-century Psion?
- Windows 8.1 Update 1 spewed online a MONTH early – by Microsoft
- Google offers up its own Googlers in cloud channel chumship trawl
- Something for the Weekend, Sir? Why can’t I walk past Maplin without buying stuff I don’t need?