76 posts • joined 19 Jun 2009
"Showered with gold".
Heh. I see what you did there.
Re: Forget the broadband, BT please fix the grammar
>>>> surronding <<<<
Re: No kidding?
But really. A minute *behind* the vehicle? Surely you would have shot straight past Sainsburys by then and possibly ended up in the nether regions of Matalan. Have you ever tried a journey of more than 180 seconds from your house using the new fangled technology?
Aren't there valuable metals up there?
'Cos I seem to remember the Swiss doing this before. About 70 years ago. Bits of gold wasn't it ...
'mate-attracting' skin helmet
Don't knock it 'til you've tried it.
NoScript seems to address the wiki blackout just fine.
That'll show 'em.
There's your problem ...
"you have got to integrate what you are doing with your internal systems, so your Oracle accounting system, your SAP system. There's a lot of internal integration and interoperability required"
... right there.
You appear, yet again, to be reading/commenting in the wrong publication. This fine journal, in the main, reports on matters relating to IT and the issues affected by such.
You will find there is much other reporting going on which would suit as a vehicle for your brainspurts.
Perhaps if you started here; http://goo.gl/I3f1u and left the rest of us to ponder our HDD supply chain quandary.
I can't believe ...
... you actually posted that.
MATERIALS: SUPER STRONG, NOT SUPER SIZED
Thin no longer equals frail. We made the MOTOROLA RAZR with KEVLAR® fibre, while Corning® Gorilla® Glass helps the screen stand up to the scratches and scrapes that are bound to happen. Spilt coffee? Caught in the rain? No problem. This phone is protected with a splash-guard coating — even the electrical boards inside.
Please. Just try a little harder.
Nice first post, I'm sure all the 'morons' here appreciated it.
That is all.
Incontinent moon squirts wetly onto ringed giant
If only that had been 'Incontinent moon squirts wetly onto giant ring', I might have then lost not only my keyboard but my mouse too.
Does not spell 'love'. 'June' perhaps. Methinks you ment 5683.
On some Panasonic Freesat TVs, Auto retune does not get the updated
BBC HD channels. You have to set the TV to shipping condition then
switch off then switch on. After retune, the two BBC HD channels appear.
(Thanks to John Beniston for pointing this out.)
If you have any other kind of satellite receiver, you will need to
check that it is capable of receiving a DVB-S2 signal. If it can,
then you can use the following parameters to tune manually into the
Satellite: Astra 2D tp.50
Frequency: 10,847MHz (vertical polarity)
Modulation: DVB-S2, QPSK
Symbol Rate: 23.0
(Thanks to Denis Martindale for digging out this info.)
Even better; http://bit.ly/kpI1Kh
What amused me ...
... is the fact that the scientist who first discovered this lovely product whilst working for the brewery around 1900 is the great grandfather of a relative of mine.
He was Danish.
Bill, don't you mean ...
... Google got it horribly wrong in trying to provide support for the Nexus One
Juicy fruits going bang, fingered, engorge and trousering in one story. Nice.
so it has restored to building its own Facebook facsimile
5 seconds to configure
And you want to charge your mates/acquaintances for this period of effort?
Lookout Bill ...
This sort of thing attracts the ire of Sarah Davis! (See dumb Brits and TARDIS etc.)
Google Sky Map? Uses the camera? Clever how it works in pitch darkness then ...
See here; http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0041959/
There's a 'UK' next to the date.
@Robert E A Harvey
Robert dear boy, the picture you have quoted from the Mail is not a depiction of goosing which is a pinch of the buttock.
What appears to be going on is something which goes by many names - a Tony Bologna being one of them.
Is it just me ...
... or does that phone look bloody enormous? Or maybe those girlies have really small hands.
Find your fanny?
*juvenile comment goes here*
Oh yes ...
"Installation requires approximately 32MB internal storage, plus 12MB SD storage."
Bravo Team Reg.
That is all.
@ amanfromMars 1
Given your bollocks generator has not improved syntactically, grammatically nor in content reference or applicability for some time now, perhaps you could refrain from posting your inanities until your planet-sized brain has made some fundaMental modifications to the Dragon-32 (C42) based software you are utilising.
Either that or just go and scare the Mail readers.
That is all.
the missus can twiddle her trusty Bush
Made my morning. That is all.
Pictures Sara ...
... or it didn't happen.
"We shall post a review soon enough, but for now, here's a run down of the spec."
What is this 'MB' of which you speak?
It's one additional click to activate the drop-down menu.
Not much of downgrade really now is it?
Jeez Colin. It's Friday, it's light hearted (except for the woman involved perhaps). Are you a permanent pedant? Bet you're the life and soul at the Christmas fuddle ...
I've seen this sort of thing before
But it was from the webcam's point of view.
Excuse me, I just need to pop upstairs for a mo'.
*How* fucking much??
That is all.
...residents to come forward and finger their bras and knickers
That is all.
Now *that* ...
... made me laugh out loud. I almost had a little toilet moment.
There are so many replies bursting out of my head at the moment that I shall have to sit in a darkened room to collect my thoughts and then I may manage to post something of (dubious) value.
Anal ytics - gotta love 'em.
I emailed the Telegraph ...
... in disbelief, and Andrew Hough replied;
Thanks for your email.
Yes as unbelievable as it sounds, that is what his lawyer told the court yesterday. £20k in 3 months?
So c'mon you lot, bollox to IT, we've got shit to shovel!
Thanks for the link. Now I feel unwell.
Judging by your reply one could suggest you've been reading the Sun far too much ...
- Vid Hubble 'scope snaps 200,000-ton chunky crumble conundrum
- Bugger the jetpack, where's my 21st-century Psion?
- Google offers up its own Googlers in cloud channel chumship trawl
- Windows 8.1 Update 1 spewed online a MONTH early – by Microsoft
- Interview Global Warming IS REAL, argues sceptic mathematician - it just isn't THERMAGEDDON