22 posts • joined Friday 19th June 2009 19:12 GMT
Re: "or do I err?"
That's the genius of it - it produces 1000* it's own energy, which then clearly becomes 1000*1000* it's own energy, and so on - thereby generating an infinite amount of energy, and solving the world's energy problems at a stroke.
Re: Parallels to be drawn
"...Siri either did not understand what Plaintiff was asking, or, after a very long wait time, responded with the wrong answer."
Is Siri actually just Apple's 'customer service' department?
One very large cup of motorway service station 'tea'.
Who is this millie?
> *but not remove any*
Eh? There's a girt great 'Remove' link next to each category when I look at it.
But how many of those hits
...coming from Facebook, found the company's Facebook page using Google in the first place?
Not true - while pushing your bike you're considered a 'foot passenger', legally no different from someone without a bike. If you were to put one foot on a pedal and push along the pavement with the other, that would be illegal, as is using a scooter on the pavement.
Life on Mars
To be fair, all life in Abingdon town centre was dead long before the traffic system was changed.
Reply to post: Hmmm
Sure they can be done on-box. But you need to keep up to date with the underlying data that drives them. How's it going to know that viewers who watched programme X also liked programme Y if the box was made before the programmes were? It needs to be regularly updated with the latest data (and probably feed back your viewing data to help others) - that's what you'd be paying for.
...itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny yellow polka-dot BIKINI rating?
@ david w & peter 45
Except it's not going to just magically arrange itself tidily at an even level right throughout the valley, is it? It's going to come surging down *through* the valley. Likely taking trees, people's houses, unfortunate engineers, etc with it. Frankly, if I saw 26 swimming pools worth of water *coming right at me*, I reckon it'd scare the bejesus out of me.
"Hotmail won't work non-Microsoft documents, such as PDF"
Does this really mean what it appears (albeit somewhat illiterately) to be saying? Hotmail won't be able to send non-MS attachments? Not even as a regular attachment not stored on Skydrive?