They're going to remove May?
Brian or James?
1410 posts • joined 17 Jun 2009
Brian or James?
Why do these status updates always talk of a small number of customers, small against what? Total number of customers or total number that tried to login?
FEDS make me like Twitter
You are Bender and I claim my £5
Because it pushes the compute cost onto the client/user rather than the server/web site.
How about some cute girls with pony tails.
And as an after thought, which bits of modern Japan will they be celebrating during the opening ceremony.
Yer looks like the boss was a bit of an arse hole at the start, but when given the documentation backed down with good grace.
Which is why I couldn't do it, I may have flimsy moral standards, but they are still there.
And the stairs.
A moral obligation is worth less than the paper it's written on. Ask a Politician.
Because sometimes that's the only way to find out which person to send it on to.
I have decoded your comment through my super secret decryption algorithm and it came back with.
'This bill is crap', strangely I get the same message from all the other comments as well.
That's a little harsh, the FSM is well knowen to be an easy going god, and I suspect that he is well pleased with this result as it has allowed numerous people who had no knowledge of his existence to become aware of his noodley appendages.
It said IT leaders here have “largely adopted a conservative approach: prioritising keeping the lights on and the business ticking over, rather than trying to innovate and differentiate.
IT leaders would like to have a job at the end of the month rather than jumping on the latest methodology band wagon.
Who's going to pay.
The Alpha Centaurians
As is usual the difficult bit has been relegated to the name of the organisation where it can do no harm.
I've got a Wookie over here.
Confessions of an IoT Repair Lady.
Or it could be that the cyber talent is pissed of with the Spooks
You beat me to it. I thought it sounded more OCP than H. G. Wells.
I'm starting to like Iceland, they jailed their bankers and now their PM has resigned. Then again, around 4.5% of the countries population turned up to protest outside their parliament.
Any of the US companies on the fast track program?
In which we discover that Facebook has no limits.
Someone somewhere is rewriting a scene in their up coming zombie flick to include an army of these things.
it's not uncommon in our part of the UK (SW) to find that people have just parked in the dedicated charging space, thus rendering it useless just because it was a bit closer to the supermarket door than any other space.
That's a simple fix. Move the charging point away from the doors.
Spiny Norman wants a word with you.
I was unaware that there was anyone left who held SCO in such high esteem. You seem to be holding back on what I'd do to them.
I hope so, but at the time they could have believed this. You can only perjurer your self if you lie. And to lie you have to know that what you are saying is false.
our system is secure and, therefore yours must not be, so the fault must be yours.
You can prove that in a court of law can't you?
Use Perl ?
is the last element of the array
is the last but one etc.
to be honest I could accept increased levels of physical searches on or near transportation hubs
O goody a long queue of agitated people all ready to be blown up. How far back do you push the security cordon, the airport entrance, the car-park, the roads up to the car-park. This ends with a metal detector on your front door, or possibly your bedroom door.
Ofcom is proposing that, by the end of March 2017, Openreach must complete 80 per cent of leased line orders by the date it promises customers, rising to 90 per cent from April 2018. Under the new proposals, competitors will also be able to use BT’s fibre-optic cables with their own equipment, rather than rely on BT’s equipment
For every appointment BT miss they have to refund 100% of the annual cost of the line. For those times where the weather, accidents, etc. get in the way BT can buy insurance like any one else.
We know how well that ended, don't we.
# Sit on my Boatface and tell me that you love me.
With apologies to Python, Monty
"Attention ground units. Anticitizen reported in this community. Code: lock, cauterize, stabilize."
From chapter eight of The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh 'In which Christopher Robin Leads an Expotition to the North Pole'
Until it can make a really good cup of tea I think we are safe.
The next morning my colleague found all his pr0n files contained a photo of the PHB grinning and holding up a card reading "Don't do this again".
I rather like his boss' attitude over this :-)
The single biggest obstacle is the law which prevents mobile companies sharing equipment at sites.
Which law's that? Not a troll I really want to know
"Safe Harbour" and "Privacy Shield" where the titles of the treaties. To quote Sir Humphrey Appleby -
you always dispose of the difficult bit in the title. It does less harm there than on the statute books
Unfortunately, they probably hold dirt on everyone by now so I suspect a correction is becoming more and more impossible.
So the only person who can fix this is someone who doesn't give a fuck about their public persona. All hail President Paris Hilton.
19th November, or didn't read the article.
So how would you react if a bloke gave you flowers?
And that's a problem because ...
On of my favourite Asimov stories is 'The Evitable Conflict' And one of the scariest answers a computer can produce is "The matter admits of no explanation". I think that ranks along side 'I'm sorry Dave I can't do that'
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