2564 posts • joined 10 Jul 2009
Re: @Trevor Marron
AC -sounds like you are scared of little Chinese people, just like the big macho cops?
Re: Sigh...... "unloved and little-used services"
Isn't AOL still going?
Like any serial fiction
Each book is written years before release, to a pre-determined story arc.
Who'd have thunk it?
Re: 5 days?
This 'crash' is of course a subtle fix for the woo-woo claims that "The moon keeps turning upside down!!"
Re: Why stop at Turing?
These are the sort of laws that arise when morals are based on tutting, handwringing and looking down the nose at society's 'undesirables'.
Demand has been phenominal.
No demand is one phenomenon.
The angle makes the rover look far more svelte that it actually is...
Re: "There is WRONG in the cloud. "
"As if millions of raindrops suddenly cried out in terror.."
Re: And in the West...
Virgin Galactic- yes indeed, and a private one at that; the Govt decided there was no future in space launching a long time ago, preferring to embark on a downward slope instead.
Good luck, Mr Branson- the Govt don't deserve the future.
And in the West...
The UK slips down another notch in space launch history.
Not if you assemble it up a hill...
Either you admit MS are murdering extortionists, or you have lied to us.
When did you stop beating your wife?
"If you think about an iPhone," he said, "it's a wonderful tool, but what if you wanted to take this kind of device functionality and wrap it around your brain?"
I'd call it a downgrade.
Re: "does not need monthly critical vuln patching"
And how many reboots required?
Re: Time computers?
That would explain why the Doctor has to keep hitting it, and the showers of sparks.
Re: I'm Confused
A Touch device that you can't touch...
Re: Molecular beam epitaxy
Indium Gallium Arsenide-ey implants?
Re: May I be the first to say....
"...for I believe in the Epitaxial growth, and the diffusion of Gallium. For ever and ever, Arsenide."
Re: Is it just a Monday thing...
No, 77 was Sunset Strip.
Re: Will the super-rich really go for this?
The only Billionaires who would want to go, are the ones who would probably provide the hardware anyway.
Re: Ryan Air Are Doing It For £50
The Ryanair Moon flight lands in Florida- near enough to the Moon...
Hi, Chinese Space Agency
Congratulations and Good Luck!
Re: Anybody know what Surface does?
wrong icon, methinks...
Re: "tethered to the structure with a safety line"
SPB must not combine with H&S...
Not so fast!
He's exploring the depths!
Onwards and downwards- yoho!
The more fossil fuels we use, the greater the percentage of unused radioactives in our crust; thus the climate warms!!
Re: Remember when it was the fashion to leave a gap between your tie knot and collar?
Alice from Dilbert?
Re: "Working at our company is tough. It calls for someone who can take the pain and suffering."
"Where do I apply!"
Microsoft PR Dept.
Re: I bet he used ReiserFS
"The *chap* who wrote ReiserFS..."
That would be Reiser FFS!!
Re: Get the commercial ones for free anyways..
The banks may dole them out for free, but I bet they don't use them internally.
Re: Great work raising the money...
Sounds like the BMJ see an unwelcome rise in men actually visiting their doctors for a change.
Was it star shaped?
Or Chocolate starfish shaped...
Cache is £, surely?
Re: So they sold...
"I said- you buy one, get three free!"
Re: Oh dear
"No, they just needed a new machine."
Not quite- they just were told they needed one.
Re: And this is why I'm an IT contractor
if the firm was making any money after the Chief's Bonuses are paid out they wouldn't have had to have the redundancies.
cougars behind the rest...
Re: Everything is relative
But that means they exist at the temperature of molten ice! Outrageous!
“So we’re going to spend five to ten minutes at the start of every lesson, and the same again at the end,getting out tools, sweeping up and putting things away again?"
Glad he wasn't my Woodwork teacher at school. Lazy git.
Re:PS Sounds like the plot of Saturn 3...
Re: What they really need...
No, No, the hard part is teaching them to climb ladders with a stiffy.
there you go.
Gone, it be!
Global warming has melted it!
Or the ACID OCEAN has dissolved it!
Re: But there is no concept of private property.
Thus: SPACE PIRATES!!
Re: demanded that to avoid prosecution he fork over €600…
...demanded that to avoid prosecution he fork over €600…
Sound like PIRATES to me.
Android, Apple and Blackberry. Plenty of competition there.
Oh and that other one. Never mind.
Re: How quaint
How quaint- it lives under a bridge, look!
Re: capable of doing what the bank needs.
Ego polishing, pure and simple.
It's bloody Barclays.
Re: How are they going to find dark matter underground?
Nightvision- that explains the photomultipliers.
The xenon is there to inhale and do Darth Vader impressions while they wait.
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