13 posts • joined Friday 19th June 2009 11:25 GMT
...and yet he has oodles and oodles of albums available on Spotify. Looks like he's not shunned all forms of digital delivery.
So Humax still exist?
I see they have enough time for a press release, but not enough time to respond to my support requests.
I subscribe to The Register but will cancel if the public record is going to be filled with details of multiple female family members servicing the male of the house.
Can it be friday yet? Please?
Ditch the HDD?
Does this mean we can ditch the traditional internal HDD in favour of a thumbstick in an internal USB3 socket?
I've seen plenty of USB2 cards with an internal socket for WiFi / Thumbsticks you want to keep internal.
I've had one of these myself.
The spelling is poor, the grammar is poor and the forms on the email don't go to a legit-sounding website. They're not very convincing.
The sad thing is that people will fall for it.
curtail new technological innovation
Music in public (mobile phones on the bus anyone?) is annoying at best, but this isn't the way to stop it. And as for "curtail new technological innovation" - just sod off. I wouldn't describe anything that could evolve from a musical ringtone as a technological innovation.
"frantic resuscitation attempts"
I assume "frantic resuscitation attempts" involve ripping out the battery and leaving the laptop to dry naturally and not plugging it in and hitting the power button.
Nerd icon for the chap in the data recovery centre that they'll be making a deal with shortly.
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