744 posts • joined Friday 12th June 2009 11:58 GMT
Re: Bedtime stories
Indeed. The best counter to hate speech is more speech.
Indeed. I just asked my normally privacy and rights upholding ISP (Zen) the same question. Hopefully I can just stop using their (will be broken) DNS and bypass the prompt.
Remote sites are going to be a bit more high risk - at some time X all their remote access will vanish ?
Re: Media Library
Amarok. Runs on Win32 now...
Re: Catering for all ages
That's basically what happened for car insurance, right ?
Looks like a SQUID from /Stange Days/ ...
Never mind that, where can I^HSanta get that keyboard for using with OpenELEC ?
Un huh. And people will just buy phones for other people.
Waste of time and money.
Same reason Google does - to do triangulated near-by-WiFI to lat/long conversion without waiting for GPS to warm up.
Re: FLASHblock also blocks the FLASH advertisements
How come you can't disable images any more then ?
I've stayed in hotels that actively interfere, for instance by stripping STARTTLS on SMTP...
"can't boot a recovery disk made by an Intel-based PC."
I assure you it can; that's what the MS fix is !
Re: Fragmentation grenade?
Nope, Wayland uses Xorg drivers. Mir requires special ones. One reason I'm glad Kubuntu is going with Wayland.
Still tries to foist Ask on you *in a security update*
"* Custom OS image installed into the ROM area of your phone."
Please stop. We are not idiots.
The title is too long.
"One group of people who will be delighted about the changes are trolls, who will now be able to privately bombard their targets with abuse."
Or not, because the target has to opt in to the abuse...
Re: Not only staff
Oh, that's where my spam trap went...
Glue all the connectors on at each end. Done.
But this is a bank, so it needs to be an expensive solution.
"unlocks the phone when it recognizes the sound of its owner from voiceprints read"
My voice is my passport, verify me ?
What could possible go wrong, do you think ?
Re: iOS-based laptops?
"also bundling the iWork suite of apps free"
Where can I download without them then ? No ? Then they aren't free - you are paying an extra $50 or whatever on top of the O/S base cost for fancy powerpoint effects.
Re: Run As Administrator
Re: What's that you say?
I've not edited mine for the last 3 laptops, several years. As far as I know it's empty.
Use a GUI (KDEs as choice) for setting up (multi-) monitor; works fine.
Re: The BPI are a bunch of turds...
You shouldn't be posting here if you are unable to sort out a local / off line backup of any stuff you may have floating around the cloud...
No penguins for you
I don't see any option on http://configure.us.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?oc=sl7443p05&model_id=latitude-e7440-ultrabook&c=us&l=en&s=bsd&cs=04
Could you recheck that press release you wrote up ?
No. And neither would your ISP for transmitting them.
Trolling much ?
If you like this, you should check out the Anderton Boat Lift too
https://6t4w36nws3cmd.s3.amazonaws.com/albums/albums/together-12/tom-parents/anderton-Boat-Lift/P1010240.JPG - and it has a half decent visitor centre too !
Unless every machine is exactly the same, how else do you quote usage ?
Re: What next?
I assume we'll need to ban Men's Health too, far too many exposed nipples ?
Oh, male nipples are OK ?
Re: Laws of unintended consequences...
More entertainingly, can we script Bing to reverse engineer the CEOP list of terms ?
"Chrome 27 reported it could find no updates"
That's normal. It's not like the update file appears in all parts of the cluster at once, plus if Google have any sense they will stagger auto updates after the official download-only launch.
Mozilla do similar.
Re: "The offline maps feature for Android is also no longer available."
Well, except the article says "Currently users can download maps of cities and location and cache them on the phone for offline perusal. With the new app, users select a map area (be it city, borough, or neighborhood,) and save a street map of that locale."
So it sounds like you can still have off-line.
". Claire Perry, a Member of Parliament, described how one might opt-out of the system: “We will have automatic put on, so if you turn the filter off at 9pm, it turns on again at 7am.”"
At least if they are just breaking DNS it's easy to side swipe.
OMG. That's fugly.
Google has more money than HMRC. Who do you think will win the endless court rounds ?
Re: "the world's first commercially available 5GHz CPU,"
And it's not actually available, commercially or otherwise anyway
Re: @User McUser (again)
That sort of data is already retained in the UK .
I have a brilliant plan.
When a new version comes out, add 1 to the number after the u.
How hard can it be ?
Re: End of the Road
I've found https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.janesoft.janetter.android.free&hl=en which TBH has all the bits of TweetDeck I need (custom columns, multiple accounts).
Oh, if only there was a way to switch the desktop over to 'just show the files in ~/Desktop'.
Oh wait, there is...
Wonder what else you skimped on reviewing...
Re: So, when do YOU start the posters and the street signs ?
So ? Why should only IT geeks get to keep their rights ?
Re: diurnal cycle
It's not. If you lock people in the dark, for instance, they drift to a different rotation cycle...
"how long does it take me to download my back-ups?"
Doesn't matter. Dropbox is your 'my house burnt down with my computers in it' insurance. You will have plenty to do while it spends a day or two re-downloading.
"no one except Apple can make a phone with a "slide to unlock" feature,"
What ? My Desire HD has that.
Same thing everyone using ColdFusion (Adobe, Railo or someother vendors version) - getting stuff done with as little fuss as possible. Think Perl for people who shave :-)
Re: DRM Doesn't work
What DRM ? get_iplayer works fine. On a Raspberry Pi I might add.
Re: Mad MAY'S Knickers in a twist
Well, no, because it's a US company, so bound by PATRIOT etc. - no matter where the servers are.
Remember how HushMail gave out not-really-encrypting versions of it's code to some people after the US asked them to ? That.
Re: Gloss kills it
Small screen, lack of resolution kill it.
Just get any other Dell - it'll be fine as they required all their components to upstream Linux drivers...
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