17 posts • joined 30 Jun 2009
and Im sure I read something from one of the big streaming outfits saying that an 11% drop in piracy could be attributed to the quality and availability of their network....
Re: Macs ARE PCs.
By the same token as correcting a colloquial term like internet to www
correcting a PC to a "windows based desktop computer" would be correct.
My point is semantics - and you are making it for me.
Although technically incorrect "the internet" being WWW is an feature of popular misnomers describing 'complicated' technologies that are taken over by the ease of access to non-techies.
'my ipad' actually being an android tablet
'my pc' being a desktop mac
etc etc etc
'the internet' is one we all use daily and could be forgiven for (surely?) eg:
"have you seen that 'thing' on 'the internet'"
but granted, maybe shouldn't the larger news sources actually be correctly headlining for the masses :
"Technology underpinning the way Web Pages are created and displayed turns 25"
cant see it happening, more likely they'll choose a more colloquial
"internet turns 25"
As we are talking colloquially: What Evs.
"Even if you make sure not to post photos of yourself, you can't stop your friends from doing so. If you use drugs and there are pictures of you doing that and you apply for a job, you won't get hired."
I really don't understand why people still have such a problem understanding this concept. Internetz be public unless you KNOW only you can see it or better still don't put it on the bleeding thing.
Got halfway through and couldn't stand it anymore...
Ill take 22 said the SAN manager to accounts department.
Who promptly laughed
Re: Thin end of the wedge.
Slippery slope... give it a few months and we'll see what the censor next... unless people wake up and see whats happening.
doesnt the patriot act
Mean that any us hosted cloud service is subject to being spied on under the banner of Protecting Freedom ?
the closest i found was
the mention of cgi...
Gotta love piratebay
Thanks to the BBFC for bringing this film to my attention :P
Now all we need is some kind of "standard" for companies called "do not hack".... I cant see how this will really help advertisers or anyone else who will ultimatly not really care what protection you have, they will always find a way around it
Or better still
When they got the Australian car show persevered to turn up to the show in a prison transport van!
Reported a gang of dodgy looking snow men outside work. Hope the feds are coming sooooon!
What would happen to me if i were to suggest I would like to mail a handgranade to the Reg?!
id pay it!
Id want to see exactly what hardware was installed for £130k, and Id put my name on it, then id charge BT the cost of renting it from me.
Paris, because of some joke about fat pipes....
Sounds alot like..
Google are giving a clear bias toward whatever hosting they will be doing, surely the 'fastest' servers will be in googles own network across the globe? that being the case, its just a matter of marketing the fact, and boom, before you know it peeps will be clambering over themselves to get some Google Server action to help them clamber up the rankings
Wheres the IT angle?
Bored / mental IT worker?
- Mounties always get their man: Heartbleed 'hacker', 19, CUFFED
- Analysis Oh no, Joe: WinPhone users already griping over 8.1 mega-update
- AMD demos 'Berlin' Opteron, world's first heterogeneous system architecture server chip
- Leaked pics show EMBIGGENED iPhone 6 screen
- OK, we get the message, Microsoft: Windows Defender splats 1000s of WinXP, Server 2k3 PCs