2536 posts • joined 10 Jul 2009
Re: Where's Eadon?
Obvious MS flaw is obvious.
You don't need Eadon for that.
Jewel in Telewest's crown...
Re: My top tip for Microsoft.
"I've developed on Solaris and Windows but never Linux."
Hardly a catalogue of success, are you?
"wish you weren't hear..."
We wish you were deaf?
Re: American law does not acknowledge the existence of the phablet.
Re: What bollocks
"Oh look I just farted, make it two."
Only another 13 minutes of fame left, then.
100% extra charge ...
...and poor service for WinPho 8 users.
I agree with Thorne, although it might make sense to start smaller by mining the dead satellites and other space junk first, for practice, and to clear up the junk; they are easier to get to and their positions are well known.
Space Salvage- nearly Yarr! so
Re: The Bic lighter of surveillance. Nice!
Counter? More like a target.
Wake me up when these are the size of a grape and can accelerate at 10G- I'll be zipped up in the acceleration tank...
Re: $48M a Pop
Though if it saves lives money should not matter."
Hahahah. Save lives. Good one.
Re: In aircraft combat how useful is this?
Sir, we have 3 birds on radar... they're flying at mach 2...
Re: I wouldn't dare visit America!
OOh! Are you one of the Popular Girls?
Re: I am not a chemist
Which is, in fact, the by-product. Where do you think the O2 goes?
Or Steam Powered Giraffe...
Re: @It's not radio, it's laser
Bah. 'Tis all Wireless.
Re: Krusty the Clown springs to mind
"With his flapping dickie..."
Enough of this Savile inuendo!
Re: You can't polish a turd.
How apt on a Surface/WinRt thread!
See people as puzzles to be dissected without mercy, and love nothing better that the feel of squeezing brain matter as it oozes between their cruel fingers.
Re: Doctors caring & empathetic?
"My better half is an anesthetist..."
And your other half posts on here...
Re: Fallen star
Security people don't have friends, just risk lists....
The NRA .....
Going on the offensive because they are offensive
A TV advert
For cyanogenmod would be interesting indeed...
Re: True innovation
That's what the big Tiles are hiding...
Re: Demonstrates that Windows NT code still lurks under the surface of Windows Phone 8
That's the whole POINT of W8 that it is built on a crippled PC kernel for the first time, not a crippled CE/mobile OS like WP 7.5.
Re: Lol.Here is how it works...
You certaiinly don't work for Microsoft, then.
Re: Nothing New
Indeed- see Icon....
Another Balloon that has absorbed a lot of Hotel Tycoon's money- but of far less use...
Them's not bears- them's Wookies, an' the little onesa Ewoks...
Oh No! Companies use computers not supplied by RM- our kids are doomed.
"What is the matter Miss Smith?" "Sorry sir, I can't send you that spreadsheet, the computers at school had grey keyboards, but the Company ones are black - I can't use them..."
Re: Win 8 RT rooted
This 'love place' - are the cushioned walls chairproof?
This is a whole different bucket of cod.
Still smells fishy though...
Re: Universal suburban neighborhood watch
Odd- that's just what they said...
Re: May I be the first
Re: This isn't particularly innovative
I dunno- 80hp tractor wielding a +2500 microwave mace should be good in a melee against the Weed People...
"I reached out to HTC for clarification..."
'Reached out' - From Salford, not San Francisco?
Re: The Windows rice cooker...
Raw potatoes though- where's the bloody start button?
Re: I think the question we all want answered
No, but it does cook.
Re: Caffeinated vs defcaf?
Only the mad would drink decaf.
I mean- like no-alchohol beer. Why?????
they're all getting proper jobs now...
Re: Nothing, they just thought it was cool to be seen with one !
They noticed they had gone, but thought they might come back after a reboot.
Re: Failure / Supposition / Baseless waa waa here.
And then you awoke, and the MS bag of gold was just a dream.
It's bloody criminal...
Re: How can this be viable@Mr Fuzzy
Make the outer envelope from kevlar and munitions will bounce off, often with a comedic 'boing!' sound.
Re: Off the hook...
Tried using non solid lines on a graph. The liquid ones ran down to the bottom and the gaseous ones blew away...
Re: Shark. Jumped.
"I've been reading The Register since around 2000-ish. "
And I'm still whining...
Re: Netbooks were popular when they had Linux on them
I for one will never forgive MS for that.
And the rest.
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