66 posts • joined 26 Jun 2009
There are many cheaper ways to look like a complete and utter prick...
Re: Booted up Xenon 2 and
Amen, brother. Amen.
Every girl you know?
You lucky bastard!
Made in China.
Re: No chance
There is no way the internet gets a blow-by-blow account of my sex life..
I see what you did there!
The devs have access to the cloud footage so they can see what they are missing out on?
Drunk robot 1 to drunk robot 2
"I fucking love you mate."
Expected response from the Daily Wail...
"It woz da paedos an immigrunts wot dun it."
Re: Ever seen an Openreach van in a hurry ?
Me neither, but I can say with 100% certainty that when I do see one, my internet connection will be down shortly afterwards.
Get ready for a surplus of 'almost new' access points on Fleabay.
Re: Wow, what a complete waste of CPU cycles.
I'm a bit slow today, I actually got as far as 'creativity' before I realised you were taking the piss! ;)
Wow, what a complete waste of CPU cycles.
That is all.
Re: What's on the screen?
Looks more like someone didn't peel the protective plastic off the screen...
Re: Looks like Qnap interface
Yes, very similar, except that Synology didn't copy QNAP.
Who the fuck...
Wants to watch Russel Brand's latest DVD anyway?
I thought all referees were blind?
I used to run the Sysinternals BSOD screensaver on a Friday afternoon with the mouse and keyboard unplugged. After the fourth consecutive week the IT bod finally rumbled me.
"Indeed, a recent study showed that a whopping 83 per cent of kids had lied about their age on social media..."
In other news, so have most adults at some point.
I don't believe there is a wrong time to drink coffee...
Like everyone else ..
.. I'd probably have more respect for Stephen if he wasn't such an arrogant prick.
I'll bet he couldn't put a Rowntree's Fruit Pastille in his mouth without chewing.
What did they expect?
Donations for their pension funds?
What he said.
And to think you bitched about the BBC's Twattergasm earlier - pot, kettle, black...
"We will introduce nationally agreed default..."
Agreed by whom?
"Twitter has managed to restore the features suddenly missing from its website."
Well thank fuck for that, for one moment I thought my life had ended. Oh wait, I don't have a Twatter account.
Joking aside, how is this even remotely 'newsworthy'?
Store data in a Chinese cloud?
<falls off chair laughing>
"Bionic Babbage Bear of Borg better beat Baumgartner's breathtaking balloon bound."
Unless it goes horribly wrong, in which case it will be:
"Bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger bugger."
"it’s possible that the fix had actually turned into a bigger problem than the one it was attempting to solve."
Are they talking about Win 8 replacing Win 7?
Do you mean the Win7 SP2 rollout that broke everything?
Re: Not just The Who
"That's not fair, Tenacious D's wasn't the Best Song Ever.
It was just a tribute."
Mate, I would love to buy you a pint or two just for that comment. Brilliant.
That is all.
...do I instantly think of Geocities, AOL, Tripod and Angelfire?
Good riddance, next stop animated 'Under Construction' gifs and starfield backgrounds.
That'll be a £3.5k brick within 6 months then.
Re: BAN THE DAILY MAIL
"BAN THE DAILY MAIL
it gives you cancer"
Yes, but only to those who read it, I'm safe. ;)
No need to plagarise work using Google once academic year ends
...is the Cobalt Qube 2? Easily way sexier than any slice of Apple you could offer.
This is good news...
For the guys that are lucky enough to attend such events in the future, freshly made sandwiches will now be available.
Re: Document your tricksy shit?
"That said, commenting never hurts and yes, it will perhaps prevent the same mistake."
As some wise person once said, "Real programmers don't comment their code. It was hard to write, it should be hard to understand."
Re: Reinventing wheel
"The only real reason for reinventing the wheel is to rip people off.
Skype is only not allowed because it would allow you to phone abroad without getting hit by colossal fees."
Also, as someone who travels extensively, why would I use my mobile abroad, when I can use Skype for free or at a greatly reduced cost when calling landlines/other mobiles?
We wouldn't need yet another messaging service if mobile operators stopped fleecing us for roaming. Surely the actual costs involved can't be anywhere near what we are charged?
Meh. Wouldn't touch it with a feckin' barge pole.
Is an unencrypted Wi-Fi network?
That's most odd...
...I thought all Bittorrent activity was illegal?
"Dear @Patient3312 don't forget your enema is today lol"
Coffee -> Monitor.
...I'm expected to go to this site and enter my email address? I think not. ;)
...is why I use Clamwin - the most unobtrusive AV I have ever used.
Typical NuLabour Nonsense???
Did you type that out of habit?
... how bad could it be? Facebook (l)users running the country instead of the government, and I use the term 'government' loosely, bit of a misnomer if you ask me. Look on the bright side, we would have some of the best maintained farms in the world.
What gets me...
...is the continual whinging about what a burden the drinkers and smokers are on the health service - it's us that are f*cking paying for it!
- Just TWO climate committee MPs contradict IPCC: The two with SCIENCE degrees
- 14 antivirus apps found to have security problems
- Feature Scotland's BIG question: Will independence cost me my broadband?
- Apple winks at parents: C'mon, get your kid a tweaked Macbook Pro
- FTC to mobile carriers: If you could stop text scammers being jerks that'd be just great