Been done before http://www.deutschlanduberelvis.com/blog/2011/11/let-me-explain.html
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Been done before http://www.deutschlanduberelvis.com/blog/2011/11/let-me-explain.html
Abu Simbel kept on marking the 22 February for a few thousand years. Though it needed a reboot in 1968 that included an adjustment; I think for procession.
Because sufficiently post ironic corporate speak is indistinguishable from actual claptrap.
Well the colours would imply that Jedi smell of swimming pools whilst the Sith get squeaking voices, Maybe that's why they get used to growling all their words, so they don't sound like Darth Alvin.
Non story. I recall one manager who could honestly state that after 10 years of his job he had never completed a project, let alone been able to claim one as a success. If a project is key to the survival of a company then screwing it up will always affect the company's long term viability. So what?
The innovation is that you can rest your hand on the screen. It's detected as <>iPencil and so is ignored whist writing. There's no engineering innovation, that's never been Apple's way. They've just built their own Surface for those that want one. It runs Office, Onedrive and iOS apps so you can work as you like. Expensive but reduces cannibalisation by the productivity crowd.
The copyright laws are stopping a decent TV experience and Apple are caught between content providers in the same way as everyone else. They've done what they can with universal search but Youview and Freeview plus have been trying similar with the UK providers and that's had similar results. They've got an app but all that does is accesses each sub-app (iplayer, All4 etc).
Amazon are not going to put content on a provider's box until they abandon FireTV and each cable company thinks they should be paid extra for losing their monopoly, making deals unrealistic.
Let me know when I can ask Siri to cache me the latest TV series that's not been licensed for my country. In the meantime I await the glut of Spectrum games being ported to AppleTV.
Just glad that I didn't sign up for any of the extras for a game that I can't play offline. The great thing about algorithm generated content was that it doesn't need to keep phoning home. Love the graphics in Elite Dangerous, but when they began promising in-game advantages for real cash (second ship etc) I realised that they'd lost the essence of what I'd wanted and walked away. It's not the first bait and switch I've fallen victim to and is unlikely to be the last. I just find the rationalisation by Braben etc rather sad.
As my offspring reach an age where they can have mobile devices I find that, for the majority of the time they turn off the wifi and the cellphone capabilities. This is partly because they don't want to be tracked but also they have no desire to be emailed or texted constantly. They might play minecraft but their messages pile up and they drop by each other's houses to talk and gossip.
Grumbling " I don't understand kids these days..."
I recommend you grab the Level-up expansion to differentiate the monsters with 'evolutionary' abilities such as Gigazaur's heat breath or The King's roar. Don't bother with the Halloween expansion.
But no one will ever admit that you failed, so in theory it's a never ending source of income...
Can I have my psion 3mx form factor if they can make adequate hinges?
Without wanting to get into long discussions this seems like a rehash of arguments about quadraphonic systems that give perfect sound reproduction as long as you sit in one place in the room. I'd estimate most people watch TV at 20 degrees from the perpendicular and will find these a frustration.
Who wrote Queen Victoria and the Holy Grail, and also did a lot of work on Space 1889, which had Victorian adventurers on Mars in airships..errm he may have got some of his ideas from elsewhere too...
Only 7 plots...probably only 6.
"Killing children and using them as soldiers"? = he's accusing Obama of necromancy
ask coworker with voice control "What's the command to format a drive?", followed by "Are you sure?"
But an Apple Television could just be a 40" screen with wifi or powerline built in. Clean lines and one cable (for power).
The Apple iTV then sits in a cupboard and serves up whatever flavour of service you want via apps and "HDMI over WiFi" (possibly powerline). Users control the lot from ipad/pod/phone over bluetooth.
This allows Apple to gatekeep Netflix, cable, Sky and even Youview; your PS3 could be plugged in to the iTV , keeping a screen with one cable as the 'face' of the TV.
Google just caused a load of sync problems, duplicating events and contacts. Icloud just works (for me). Some analysis would've supported the suthor's arguments but I guess neither the fruteloops or the chocfans like to give out that sort of data.
I've been 'tethering' ever since I could connect my Psion 3c via IR to my old Ericsson T39 with had a contract for WAP. I've gradually moved on to laptop via DUN Bluetooth and then Wifi four or so years ago. It's only recently that operators have decided that this ought to be a separate income stream, ten years after they've been giving it away.
This way I can download that rare lego Star Wars character and have him printed off in time for tea!
How about having to enter a pin onto your phone to activate the mechanism? Seems like something to put on an unlock screen?
Even the greediest cashpoints only take 2:50! How on earth do they think that £3 will encourge e-wallets over the handy numbered pictures of the Queen?
Mine's the one with "Programming the 6502 processor" in the pocket.
If you don't link to the support site or provide details this just looks like trolling.
I've never had any problems with printer or scanners, just remember to dump the software that comes on the discs and use the Apple provided drivers.
Plus shouldn't somewhere called Greyskull have belonged to the skeletal guy anyway...
Offer, Acceptance, Consideration, Intention to create legal relations.This seems like first term contract law. What am I missing?
Highly suspect this is tosh.
If the Libyan government had offered to take them off our hands we might have been looking down the wrong end of a technological disparity.
Type "Linux turrent" into Google and it automatically corrects to "torrent". So even if you can't type you'll get your warez through the Goo.
Apologies to the honourable gentlemen
Whilst abhoring cybersquatters and their ilk I'm afraid that the IOC's attempt to trademark all the elements of Mount Olympus (Named well in advance of any games) and Five Linked Rings (Prior Art Sun Tzu) have become excessive of late. Thankfully they've not gone after the Percy Jackson books but frankly I cannot see any rationale for special consideration.
the fact that young people often get their bill paid by their parents. Of course the young are crying out for new way of getting money off mum and dad.
No other comment.
Steve seems to be selling us a TV box that can download games and use a touch and motion sensitive controller with second screen. Smart but it's now all about the content.
With associated App it could be a winner?
do NOT welcome out tin hat wearing overlords.
My money is paying for those hats!
The atmospheric pressure controls how high above the surface of the upper liquid the siphon tube can pass before it descends. I think you'd have trouble siphoning mercury above a metre wall.
Mail for Exchange is the way that Google suggest synchronising gmail calendars with Symbian Series 60 devices liike my E61i. It's free and works.
Weird how having an advertised brand is apparently less effective than being an underground service (paid for through advertising?).
And apparently the people with ( and who paid for) their (copy) rights are to be asked to pay (again) in order to support these branded services?
Truly my head hurts when I conceive of the intelligences at work here.
Yup it was illegal. However the DCMA is an awful piece of legilstation that works against the interests of content producers and consumers..
The mock up doesn't go to landscape when you slide out the keyboard and can't wrap or zoom the day of the week text?
Nokia's browsers have (until recently) been awful. I use Opera, but you have to know it's there and install and configure it. Hardly a job for the average omnibusian. Jobs may not have put the full 'net on a phone but it's good enough to use.
I'm sure that I've missed something but isn't a chunk of this bill about making an acitvity (copyright breach over the Internet) that only has to be proven in the courts on the balance of probabilities and for which there has never been a successful plaintiff., into a crime for which no evidence need be shown, with absolute power to enforce punishment.
Reminds me of CBBC Horrible Histories
"Have you had something bad happen in your life? Then call Witchfinders Direct! We'll burn an old women without justifcation. Call now"
EU Directive 2009/136/EC,Amendments to Directive 2002/22/EC, Article 30 Paragraph 5 states:
Member States shall ensure that contracts concluded between consumers and undertakings providing electronic communications services do not mandate an initial commitment period that exceeds 24 months. Member States shall also ensure that undertakings offer users the possibility to subscribe to a contract with a maximum duration of 12months.
The unbreakable fishtank!
I quite like this, it's a bit of innovation but a worthwhile stab at something new.
Joikuspot allows my ancient Symbian phone to provide a 3G wifi hotspot to multiple users, and has done for years. What have I missed?
Slate sadly unrevolutionary. MS tablets have been steadily improving over the years (anyone remember being told to shut them down daily in order to run the housekeeping software?) but they're still stuck on the old menu, taskbar and wasted real-estate of Win3.1
This may be an attempt to say "we got there first" but the inteface just doesn't cut it compared to the Kindle or Sony's reader. Jobs can concentrate on those two as his competitors.
My money is on "Kindle 3" being the big winner this year, stealing ideas from Apple and working off their relationship with authors and distributors.
The Rover has doen its job so well we've ascribed it a personality ("plucky") and wish it well in the next life. Fantastic engineering guys! Now go build an even better one.
I just had my Time Capsule replaced, despite it being out-of-warranty, after quoting the law at Apple regarding Sale of Goods. Actually good customer service!
Bad Steve for taking so long to comply but now Good Steve...