Compared to this...
Heartbleed? Tis but a fleshwound.
4015 posts • joined 10 Jul 2009
Heartbleed? Tis but a fleshwound.
The original 'word count' used by publishers was 1 page per 250 words of 10pt Courier.
Many other 'standards' now exist...
"Some people have far too much spare time and money on their hands!"
Yes, and spend them on Sky TV and paying for footy millionaire's cars.
I seem to remember a ladybird book ( I think) with a computer made from wood and OC71 germanium transistors, and some dairy/milk Co series* of many-how to booklets that did the same sort of thing.
Where are these sort of things now...?
*can't find them on Goog - they were thin, square and white, with blue titles etc.
That's version 2.
(Not V2, that lands much harder on the house)
drop the share price to a suspiciously low level.
Just before the Govt sells them off...
Then turns (back) into a pumpkin.
was the defendant heard to say "Wheee!" ?
Nothing to see here, move along. Move along."
Beacuse nobody was home to look after him???
just hope they DO find a black obelisk.....
"...If you can't deal with change...waahhh"
SystemD is like paying in Euro and getting your change in Peso.
yum toast, or yum dead-badger?
Surely it can't be hard to choose between a gutted toaster and a hollowed out dead badger?
Pull the udder one...
Pasteurised is best- but I don't care if it just comes up to my chest!
You get stuffed -for free!
Because to fix it costs money, and Exec Yachts must get forever bigger. ^H^H^H^H^H show growth year on year...
I saw you there. Nice legs.
Pour petrol on it.
"That xxx? Oh Tim's dealing with it. Project Y? Tim's dealing with it. Bog's blocked?- go and see Tim."
Watch the burnout.
Darn - beat me to it!
Each pod must contain 1 (one) cheese.
Also: This ain't no train- it's a test-bed magneti-gun spaceship launcher!
Bing has search traffic?
"So you go straight to 'Trap' without waiting to see what occurs rather than actually looking at the direction Microsoft do seem to be taking now-a-days?"
Mi Crosoft makes a really terrible Operating System.
And all your other excellent characters. We shall miss you.
(Insert garlic coment here after respectful pause)
"...a nice uniform with dangling runes,"
Hey- I want one of those- let the bad guys use swastikas or something that's already ruined!
"Sorry man - your 'Semper Fi' tat should be on your arm..."
You soured your goodwill by your time with big W.
Nobody cares what you think anymore, particularly in the Civilised World.
"...the size of the screens is so unusual in today's market that Microsoft couldn't find an existing assembly line in Asia that could handle them."
Because they are specified in inches, rather than metric...
"In his mind: May == Always"
also In his mind: May == His Snooping Ally in the UK
Meh - you're not anywhere close to the icon here.
To be fair, Layer 3 switches understand routing (to a certain degree) whereas just Data Switches don't.
And Layer Cake switches will shoot you in the face if you try to make them route packets, whether they have a mockney accent bit set or not.
"And you think the Home Office aren't able to find jammers and send the operators to jail?"
I think you forgot this icon...
"I'm confident I can drive myself a car ..."
Nothing personal, but that right there is the heart of the problem.
"As its a bit more 'sexy' "
That sounds a little ...fishy...
It's only free if your time is worth nothing...
Better be up to scratch then...
"They made it triangular, with one less bump! So There!"
But with the move back towards 2D, would the MS Wheel not just be a line?
That would explain the bumpy ride...
Did it leave behind a white outline ?
" Do the deed, have the balls to face the repercussions."
said the AC...
"I'm not aware that there has ever been an authoritative definition of what constitutes a Windows service pack"
Different bugs, and probably more of them...
Idiot MS users will, as always, hate google apps.
have ALWAYS been granted access to all our tax records.
This cyberwar has...
Yoda ^H^H^H^H Some crinkly Republican Congressman.
""We are democratising plutocracising plutocratising space."