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Were to highlight your lack of https?
Because it'd be nice to have https here.
413 posts • joined 23 Jun 2009
Were to highlight your lack of https?
Because it'd be nice to have https here.
I was about to say the same thing. Though I'm not certain of Robert Dearheart's mortal status as of Raising Steam, I don't know that it's ever actually mentioned. However it was definitely her brother who was murdered on the tower.
Or on the ground by the tower depending on whether you take cause or effect as the actual murder.
I want this, I want it lots. I would _love_ to be able to play the Zelda games and the early Final Fantasy games on my phone or tablet with some kind of online save file.
For me, the touch screen controls don't give enough feedback for actual platformer gaming, but for RPGs, it'd be amazing.
I'd start looking for jobs with more of a commute to give me gaming time...
My teacher of the time had black hair with a silver streak. So some kind of negative of Susan, possibly from traversing the universes.
I recently got round to rationalising the Pratchett books in my house and passing the spares on to the deserving. I didn't want to be greedy though, so I kept the books he signed for me as they're probably not worth as much as the pristine ones!
Today I was on a clearly very dusty train as my eyes started to moisten quite noticably as I read "The Colour Of Magic" on the way to the office.
I met him a few times and enjoyed that he took the time out to visit my school (for such was the place of our first meeting) and I always found him patient and amusing.
My first Pratchett was The Light Fantastic back in 1988 or so when I was really far too young to be reading them. Luckily no one told me so I kept on reading them.
A pint shall be raised to him tonight.
KoF has long been a favourite of mine, even leading to Iori Yagami Cosplay in my younger, thinner, dyed hair days.
I never could afford a Neo Geo though, I had to go to the arcade for my fix.
And have done for a while now.
Sadly the quality is not great, but it works for texting perfectly well. Of course when I want to send a text message to one of my friends I will probably do it using google hangouts or some similar service, so it's not amazingly useful for me, but it does work.
Or that's as close in English phomemes as I can get. If you've watched anything about Bruce Lee, the Xiao is the same as in his nickname, Xiao long (little dragon)
Blacksmithing in general is very fun and satisfying too.
I recommend it as a hobby for children of all ages. I am still looking for a house with an outbuilding remote enough that I can sling a forge and anvil in there without upsetting SWMBO.
I think they drink in The Salisbury though, it's a lot closer for them and the food's better.
It's out on Linux.
I'm using it already, there's .deb .rpm available. It's nice and fast and _very_ reminiscent of older Opera, down to the default mouse gestures, which really pleased me. I'll be giving it a good testing the coming week or so.
Possibly the worst of M. Night thingummy's works. It's a film about the devil using lifts to kill people. Why? Because he is the devil.
When my friend now asks "What's the worst that could happen?" "Devil" is my response.
It was worse than Highlander: Source, worse than the Robocop TV movies and even worse than Battlefield Earth or Gigli.
It's even worse than Silent Hill. Or anything by Uwe Boll.
I thought we'd settled on the jelly baby as a unit of energy?
it does that.
The navigation was actually pretty good, but once the novelty wore off, I was still happier using another piece of tech to replace it.
Glass as is just wasn't good enough to displace anything else in my tech arsenal and not good enough at augmenting them to be worth a purchase.
I'm hopeful that the new one will be better, because the potential was certainly there.
The battery was poor, the camera was impossible to focus properly and the controls were a little clunky.
I can see it being better in the future though, it just didn't do anything that my pebble doesn't do to a level where it's really worthwhile using it.
If it launches faster, longer lasting and a little sharper image wise. I'd probably give it another punt, assuming the price came down. I was borrowing them before.
Human poo is already used as fertiliser in the UK, most of it ends up on fields after treatment if I recall correctly from my days at United Utilities.
So there's no taboo, it's already been done. No one missed that we produce fertiliser, no there's not enough for all the fields, which is why we use artificial ones too.
For Japan it's confessions by innocents.
Not under duress, per se, but more because it's rude to say no to the police (to reduce a cultural bias so deep it's nearly genetic to a trite comment).
The high definition content in the latest Attenborough series are simply breathtaking and definitely worth it.
I always buy them on Blu-ray now and if anything was to push me to 4k, it'd be those.
More to the point, why not Kelvin?
I know 273 isn't going to make much of a difference at these temps, but Kelvin are certainly what I used when I was studying Astrophyics.
Ubuntu Touch was RTM a few months back. It's meant to be hitting the markets in the next month or so (well, so Meizu say).
Of course you can put it on a wide variety of devices yourself already. Oh and it definitely runs on ARM chips.
I don't actually like the UI, but I do follow the mailing list.
Give amazon their due, they do respond to those letters normally. However I'm writing one a month or so at the moment, which no amount of apologising can make up for.
This is the usual "We'll try and get it to you next day" which sometimes goes awry. That's fair enough.
This is "We're not actually going to even pretend to get you your stuff in the timescales you've paid for. We won't tell you either."
You _can't_ even choose actual next day delivery, so they've basically admitted that the service you've signed up to is not being delivered. Fie on the terms and conditions, they can write what they like in them, I don't care. It's all about what they sold, and they're no longer delivering on that.
I've not had an email saying "Sorry, this has happened" or even seen a notice when I placed an order. Nope, they've basically just removed the product I paid for.
Those terms and conditions don't mean much when they are not delivering what the headline feature of the product is.
They sold it as free next day delivery. Now it's three days for me to get a hat from them. I was planning on leaving when this period ran out anyway (the instant video is nearly worthless to me without it on Android tablets* or chromecast), this just made it certain.
Shame, I used to like Amazon.
Saying that the expansion is actually _really_ fun. I had cancelled my sub and not played for months at the end of MoP but I succumbed to the expansion on Saturday morning in a moment of weakness.
I am actually feeling like I want to play more again. I'm looking forward to raiding again. I am actually really liking the garrison mechanics and the perks it allows. Like a kind of external talent tree.
I'll be playing tonight as well, I've got my war mill and I'm questing in Nagrand for some tasty epics.
Is make a GUI in Visual Basic to trace the killer's IP in real time.
I saw it on the telly.
Because it looks like it's 6 years later and pretty much what they said would be ready in 3 years.
Pretty fun stuff though, I expect it'll be useful on the ISS for tools and the like. And I personally would love that backing on posters.
Not posted under the science section?
Like all the other IT on this tech and science site.
I leave them all enabled because I use them.
Bluetooth is on when I leave my office so it pairs with my headphones.
NFC is combined with tasker to switch the state of my devices automagically when I put them down in different rooms. NFC stickers are pennies and it's an easy way to set your phone to a profile suitable for the room you're in
Wifi is always on because I'd rather use that radio than 3G because it's much lower latency for web.
3g is on because I can't always get Wifi.
Yes, there's a potential for attack in all these channels, no it doesn't bother me. There's risk in every activity, if you're aware of it and plan accordingly, there's no reason not to partake. I really love the capabilities of newer devices, I use them and they make a lot of things in my life a little easier, a little faster or a little more capable.
Sure it's not in everyone's risk appetite, but it is in mine. For me the pay off far outweighs the risk. Not everything is, I won't use a credit card in the US any more for example. (not until they get chip and pin at least)
Are you trying to make a case against Michael Fish? :P
Oh after some searching, apparently German and UK accounts won't stream to tablets. So that's very nice of them.
It works on Tablets now? Is it US only? Because I've not been able to install it on a Nexus 7, or at least I couldn't two weeks ago when I complained about it to Amazon.
Just tried again and it installed on my Nexus 9 which is nice.
No videos work (this video is not available for this device), but it's slightly better. So while I briefly thought "Hurrah" now I'm back to hating Amazon.
The note 2 is a phone, not a tablet (just :P ), amazon instant video works on phones, because they've accepted that no one wants the fire phone, but they still think people might want the kindle tablets. Thus it won't run on android tablets.
That, combined with the fact there's no way to unbundle the instant video from prime and you have to just suck up the extra cost is why I'm cancelling my prime account after many many years. Shame really, I liked the free postage and the next day delivery.
Except this is calling back to a larger computational engine for faster processing of the data. It's nothing to do with storing your personal data, excepting your phomemes.
By the shadow of the horse, does he know the time.
By the passing of the birds, does he know the season.
By the passing of wind, does he know the last meal.
I'd love a less interesting life like that.
Sadly I use the rail network to commute, so I really like my Nest.
Played some full metal alchemist with the sound at max and it was awesome.
It's very impressive, though I would still prefer my Bluetooth speaker in general, it'd do well in a pinch.
Don't know yet, it's a bit anti-social to try them out at my desk, but I'll give them a go when I get home.
I had one brief blast when I tried opening a game at lunch (it hadn't set the sound off then) and that sounded quite good, but it was only a couple of seconds before I muted it.
I plan to give netflix a whirl on it tonight.
I'm really enjoying my nexus 9 (arrived this morning) I've so far found it to be fast and fluid, though the initial patch when I turned it on was a bit annoying.
I'm definitely looking forward to having a good play with it when I get home. Thus far though, it's a nice upgrade to my nexus 7. I just need to upgrade my pockets now...
If you stick your fundament out into space, you might well lose your bel.
Except things like skipping music tracks, playing and pausing, or whatever else an application binds to the accelerometer on my pebble.
It makes you look daft, but skipping a track by waving your hand gets normal surprisingly fast.
Of course people get used to you looking like a plonker at about the same speed, but I was already used to that :P
Personally, it's Ubuntu Mate for me rather than Xubuntu (I'm not averse to an XFCE desktop or two, but I prefer mate)
But the _best_ thing about GNU/Linux is that we're all using it and we all have what we want, even if some people like Unity, it doesn't mean we have to use it. So that's nice.
I know that because I kept getting "message not sent" this morning and I was forced to retreat to the stone age and use text messages instead.
Combine that with someone sending me an actual paper cheque last week and it's like I'm living in a Dickens novel!
Oooh, egg tart.
I've not had one of those in years. Of course, I live in the desolate wastes of the South now (Cambridge has only one Greggs and that's a Greggs café, bloody barbaric I tell you), so such pleasures are lost to me.
Ask for a bacon barm round here and they look at you funny. Ask for a donner kebab and they serve you some anemic little thing in a sodding pitta rather than a proper portion in a naan like you get back in Manchester.
I do miss it there. One day I shall move back and revel in proper food and being near hills again.
Stop! You're making me nostalgic for my days on the WoW forums.
Ahh the way you could really annoy people by being completely literal. I do look back on those days with fondness. The best bait was to leave out a line which was sure to get some bites, then dissect every reply for logical fallacies which of course generated masses more ranting until you got people banned.
Such good sport.
I do still have a WoW account...
Apparently it's £279. Now I need to decide between this and the galaxy note pro 12.2 for Christmas for myself...
I've been playing WoW on Linux (Fedora core 6 what what I started with) for years.
I currently play Diablo 3 on Linux.
It's not hard to play Blizzard games on Linux, yes you need Wine, but it's pretty trivial to do it, especially with things like Play on Linux. They even do a Mac port of all their games so you get OpenGL mode as well as DirectX.
Complaining about not being able to leave Windows because of Blizzard games is silly.
I've assumed you mean Blizzard games as opposed to Activision games because you explicitly said Activision-Blizzard, as opposed to just Activision.
Amsusingly I can't play Diablo 3 on my Windows 10 test machine because the Nvidia Optimus drivers are borked on Windows 10. Other than that it's a nice little system. I was well aware of the tracking, it's a test release after all, it's expected.
Damn you elinks, you're making me look slow.
*mental note to refresh pages before posting*
Select the window you want, press the windows key and left or right as appropriate.
I was happy when I discovered that.
Jennifer Lawrence was in X-men: First Class and X-men: Days of Future Past, and the Hunger Games films (which I've not seen, but people seem to like them).
She's not a z-lister or anything. She's actually a very good actress.
that doesn't mean I need to get a card or phone out of my pocket?
I'm interested, I won't lie. I might look like a plonker waving my wrist at the till, but at least I'll be a plonker who can call it early adoption.
Hurrah! If I can add cash to it from my phone it'll make it extremely convenient for me. Hopefully it'll mean the end to my shrapnel piles around the house if it takes off.