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Watchdog puts UK gov IT on RED alert. Yes, that's a bad thing

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Coat

Watchdog puts UK gov IT on RED alert

Did they change the bulb?

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UK's pirate-nagging VCAP scheme WON'T have penalties – report

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Pirate

Remember Kids

Home taping is killing music!

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SpaceX Falcon tests HOVERCRAFT tech – despite ISS outage

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Alert

Re: At last!

And if it has fins it absolutely has to have LASERS!!!

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Middle England's allotments become metric battlefield

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Mushroom

I really do hate the Daily Mail with a fucking passion.

That is all.

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Forget superstars, this HYPERGIANT star is 1,300 times the size of OUR SUN

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Happy

Amazing

The Universe is full of such weird shit :)

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Space-junk RAYGUN wins Australian government funding

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Alert

Makes sense

I get the lasers, every situation needs them.

What I don't get is how they are going to get sharks into LEO or how they will control them (Mechjeb?)

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IBM to shutter Greenock x86 line after sale to Lenovo - reports

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Megaphone

Bullying and Bluster

Surely the first King of Scotland will tell us all its just scaremongering?

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NHS England DIDN'T tell households about GP medical data grab plan

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Flame

Funny that..

I can't stop Virgin Media from bombarding me with shit about services that I have no interest in but yet this was deemed sufficiently trivial to not be delivered to me.

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Big goolies-grabbing black snake nips unlucky bloke's trouser snake

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Coat

Excuse me my dear...

...have you seen my one-eyed trouser snake?

My one's the dirty raincoat!

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Martian MOM LAYS another EGG in SPACE - but it's not big enough

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Boffin

Should have used MechJeb...

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Hypersonic MEGA METEOR pulled from lake, then Russians drop it

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Go

Polish that son of a bitch Makka Pakka!

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NASA: Humanity has finally reached into INTERSTELLAR SPACE

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Pint

Re: 25 august 2012

That's a truly incredible coincidence and yet seemingly very appropriate.

Raise a beer tonight to both Neil and Voyager.

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NORKS fingered for APT on South Korean think tanks

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WTF?

Can tell I'm a child of the 70's/80's when I read that title and thought 'What are those cheeky NORKS up to with an Advanced Passenger Train'!

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Another big SAP project hits the rocks in Oz

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FAIL

"One of those project managers seems to have worked on the project for eight hours." - That alone tells me that the project must have been in such a shit state that they bailed before they were dragged down with a rapidly sinking ship!

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Boeing batteries back under spotlight as 787 burns at Heathrow

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Alert

@Zmodem

Is amanfrommars broken or something?

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IBM gets ready to push more UK and Irish bods overboard

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Linux

Shhhhhh!

Don't let Eadon hear you!

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How an Amazon engineer's slip-up started a 20-hour Netflix cock-up

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FAIL

Sounds like a RGE - Resume Generating Event...

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LOHAN's mighty orb launch live NOW

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Go

Go for launch :)

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Comet crashes to Earth: 125 stores wiped out

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Re: We wish you a merry xmas...

Can't imagine there will be much left in the pot after the administrators have plundered what's left.

I dare say they'll be getting the statutory minimums from the Government after a suitably long and inconvenient wait.

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Automatic Facebook couple pages: Nauseating sign of desperation

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Stop

*chunder*

Glad me and the Mrs binned our accounts sometime back!

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Nvidia heralds Steam for Linux debut with 'double-speed' drivers

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Thumb Up

"Steam runs on Ubuntu 12"

Meh its a start :)

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Sony KD-84X9005 84in ultra-HD TV review

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Facepalm

Need to work harder to get a bigger house...

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Gay porn burglar must pay $150k for each grumble flick

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Remember folks

Home taping is killing music....

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LARGEST BELCH EVER SEEN devastates gassy GIANT Saturn

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Alien

"No one would have believed in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man's and yet as mortal as his own; that as men busied themselves about their various concerns they were scrutinised and studied, perhaps almost as narrowly as a man with a microscope might scrutinise the transient creatures that swarm and multiply in a drop of water. With infinite complacency men went to and fro over this globe about their little affairs, serene in their assurance of their empire over matter. It is possible that the infusoria under the microscope do the same. No one gave a thought to the older worlds of space as sources of human danger, or thought of them only to dismiss the idea of life upon them as impossible or improbable."

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Facebook won't pull unmarked police plates page

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Coat

Do they have rounded corners? ;)

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Foxconn: Worker who lost half his brain in accident must leave hospital

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Coat

Shocking

I'll be on my way...

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Myspace mutates Windows 8 with new look

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Windows

@frank ly

"develop their own paradigms of presence"

I feel unclean.

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RIP Neil Armstrong: The reluctant American hero

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Trollface

Re: oh yeah

Nothing to do with those fly boys ego's being put out of shape then?

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Curiosity's laser turns Mars rocks to 'glowing plasma'

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Trollface

Re: Mars Rover bollox

You were only missing the words "Zionist" and "New World Order" to bump you up the rank the nut job scale with that post.

Keep trying...

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Happy

Yeah yeah yeah all well and good but...

...where are the sharks?

:)

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Chinese man blows off hands, builds new pair

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Trollface

Apple

<Insert generic Apple patent gag here>

;)

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How one bad algorithm cost traders $440m

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FAIL

As no mess'in

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Being a skinny is much more unhealthy than being fat – new study

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Happy

I for one...

Would like to welcome our new bacon and cheese covered overlords...

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FATTIES are DESTROYING THE WORLD, scream mad professors

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@NomNomNom

I believe you missed the obligatory ‘Mwahahaha’ from the end of your post….

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Dragon starts final approach to International Space Station

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Thumb Up

Very cool - that is all :)

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London's Oyster card website still down after 12-hour outage

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FAIL

"We are carrying out a major upgrade"

And of course the best time to perform that would be in the middle of the week....

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VCs pour $80m into Violin, hope for shower of gold later

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Coat

Disturbed

Read that headline as 'golden shower' the first time....

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A Farewell to Oates: Adios, El Reg

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Pint

21

"opens at 9am, and has a full range of breakfast beers" - I'll drink to that!

All the best John, good luck in the future.

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DARPA drops another HTV-2

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Black Helicopters

Payload

What's the anticipated payload capacity of this sort of thing? Or is it simply a case of it IS the payload as anything travelling at those sort of speeds hitting the ground is going to deliver such kinetic energy that it'll cause such sufficient mayhem no war head is really required?

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Lightning strikes cloud: Amazon, MS downed

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Coat

Pass the umbrella..

...rain's falling from the clouds....

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Capita coughs up £29m for financial services house

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FAIL

Capita

"Capita must rise to the challenge of managing its business across multiple geographies. " - yeah maybe you could, I dunno, make a start in the UK first?

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Mega-colossal space raincloud found at moist black hole

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@Seems to me

I for one welcome our new H2O dwelling overlords.....

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X2 triplex super-chopper in final flight

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Coat

Airwolf

Stringfellow Hawke would totally own this....

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Microsoft does collaboration with interwebs Word

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Coat

Access Denied

Document locked by user: NSA.......

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Moderatrix kisses the Reg goodbye

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Pint

Boo! :(

Sorry to hear your leaving Ms. Bee, I wish you the best of luck where ever you are off to!

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What a mix-up: using different hypervisors

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Happy

@MarkL

Whoa there buddy!

He did say 'might deliver more' :)

As in, I might win the lottery this weekend, or I might not....

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Council fined for randomly emailing personal data

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Flame

Well no....

"Surrey County Council has been fined £120,000" - No I think you'll find that ultimately tax payers have been fined £120k.

Don't bother giving fines to these public bodies – none of them view it as real money anyway; it's about time those responsible are strung up from the nearest lamppost and made to pay for their utter incompetence!

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UK cyclists hit by fraud after online purchase at website

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Flame

@Cilonen

Your not alone there with Lloyds, last May some blighter purchased $5000 worth of garden equipment in Florida with my Credit Card and they insisted for about 6 months that it was me.

It was only when it got to a point where I really threw my toys out of the pram they backed down!

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PARIS laid bare in intimate snaps

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Heart

Way cool :)

That is all :)

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