Re: Hey, it's convenient
Well, that's ok then, convenience trumps monopolistic abuse every time.
1421 posts • joined 11 May 2007
Well, that's ok then, convenience trumps monopolistic abuse every time.
You talking to us or your testicles?
>>So investing in the future of the country by providing training and research facilities <<
Is that what they're doing? You sure they're not just investing in the future of their own company? Wouldn't someone who wanted to invest in the country be a bit less desperate to avoid paying tax?
Oooh, you are gonna get SUCH a downvoting for that!
It would be good to see Mr. Pointy back in action!
Not every youtube "how to unlock your phone" video is genuine....
Yeah, like a shotgun is handy for shooting yourself in the face. Those two are starting to make the endless re-runs of "Two Pints of Lager" seem bearable...
The main reasons I prefer it is that it's better at autocomplete (sharp seems to lose this ability at the drop of a hat and wants recompiling before getting it back) and better at showing errors (vb tends to flag up the line that causes the issue, sharp often flags all the references to the bad line as well, making a simple job in B much trickier in sharp). Doesn't stop me working in sharp, but it does make me wonder why B is still better at these specific things....
Sharp does late binding better! (Didn't think I'd ever be typing that....)
Yes, for now. They could change that, but that would be them ignoring the "only share this with friends" flag. That would be creepy. Allowing me to search posts you've already shared with me is not creepy in any way.
I'm not standing up for facebook, I don't use it, but the daily mail style knee jerk headlines and typical ill thought out responses posted here get on my tits.
OOOh, creepy! Except, not at all creepy as people have to share stuff with you for you to be able to search it.
That is some top quality sarcasm! Nice!
According to the article:
we bypassed GAE whitelisting of JRE classes / achieved complete Java VM security sandbox escape (17 full sandbox bypass PoC codes exploiting 22 issues in total);
we achieved native code execution (ability to issue arbitrary library / system calls);
Sounds like a security fail.
Ah, of course! I knew Google couldn't be responsible for this!
No, they're wrong when they try to shut us down AND when they work with us!
The only safe way is to go back in time and nuke them from orbit in 1990!
...is fine for Youtube. Bizarre how little the law has to do with it.
I'd say the capability to upgrade without the need to sideload or do a factory reset would get it a little closer to perfection....
Trevor, seriously, get some help.
Remember opening the Yellow Pages and seeing all those other Yellow Pages services promoted over the competition?
No, me neither, because it didn't happen with Yellow Pages but is a fundamental part of this discussion about google... Reality.
Yes, I know. Only a moron would think the fact that their search is good means that they should be able to finagle themselves up the results list when they have a product to sell.
You didn't address my point, which was that there is a conflict of interest between the best search results for the user (ie. most relevant) and for google (ie. promotes their other products). Care to engage on that?
They're returned with prominence in the search results. Is it the excellence of their services that put them at the top of the list? Is it Google pretending to do just a search while shoe horning in ads for their own services that results in their services prominence?
Surely anyone can see there is a potential for a conflict of interest here. It's not tricky.
Google don't just return 1 result per search. They could easily put some business promotion results in with the actual search results.
Google's central business plan MUST be to continue to work for its customers, the advertisers that provide it's revenue. Meaning it has to keep it's users onside enough to be a valuable advertising base, no more than that.
I'm not suggesting that all Google do is promote themselves, they do a ton of stuff I use and appreciate, but I'm not so enamoured with them that I'll pretend there's no conflict of interest when users search for a service that Google and it's competitors both provide.
Indeed, but there's a difference between discriminating based on the words I type in the search box and discriminating based on your business plan. To conflate the two, or to make out that the first naturally leads to the second, is ridiculous.
however the drinker likes it!! I don't like mine cold but I definitely don't want it watered down thanks.
The three options are "Sleep", "Shut down" or "Restart", there is no hybrid sleep menu choice.
>> In Windows 8, the default shutdown behavior puts the system into hybrid shutdown <<
But you can go to power options and turn off "fast start-up" to change this so you may well have disabled it. My Laptop boots in 6 seconds with fast start on, and 12 without. If you're managing 2 seconds for a real boot you have a very fast pc... Have you tried it from a reboot without updates to see if it's still 2 seconds?
No, it really doesn't shut down when it does that, it's in what I believe they call a "hybrid sleep" mode. If you want to see how fast it boots from cold you have to hit restart, then you get a genuine reboot.
I'm not slagging it off, I like this behaviour, means it comes on quicker, but it's misleading of MS to not make it clear that this is different behaviour to all previous versions of windows.
Easy, because Google said so!
Can I have that back now please? Not sure how you got it in the first place....
He didn't THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!!
But it's a non-issue, not a none issue, so it has an extra "e" and a missing "-".
Thank fuck for that!
The last bastion of the patronising and pompous, apparently....
Complications are not "unknowns".
I'm not saying it's not complex, I'm sure it's ridiculously complex, but the complexities aren't secret.
In the benefits system? I don't see why there should be any "unknowns".
You're talking about "damned data". Some people collect it.
Wow, someone's got issues. Is it half of the worlds population, or you?
>> The company said in a statement that it had suspended Mateen while it conducted an internal investigation. “Through that process, it has become clear that Mr. Mateen sent private messages to Ms. Wolfe containing inappropriate content." <<
Bit late for them to be worrying about what people think of their staff.
No, Chocolate Factory. As in "Charlie and the..."
It's a book, if that helps.
Seem to have accidentally typed "drivers'" in the middle of that sentence...
So "two loudspeakers on opposite sides of the room" aren't proper stereo. Care to elaborate?
stupid how? Because it actually manages to provide a little security?
I think 'generate a token on the fly that's good for 15 seconds" is an excellent method, you have to be quick to steal that password and use it.
Got any suggestions for a better mechanism?
I'm more potentially offended by the racist overtones,tbh.. Oh, which faux outrage to choose.....?
Attention seeking much?
As the article is about moving from one environment to the other surely they already have people with Windows skills.
The point is obvious from the tweets printed. There's clearly a lot of people who still need to learn how to respect others and their freedom to love who they want to.
Really? Oh thanks Frankee, you're so knowledgeable, please educate me more!!
Hardly average at 2 billion views......
Not proggy enough for you grandad?
I'd rather see that than 'No overload for method takes 1 argument'....
Well they certainly seemed to have fucked up the English Language curriculum...