Words fail me...
2887 posts • joined 10 Jul 2009
But if you use "Windows" they sic the DMCA on you.
So Winblows, Microsucks etc seem to be legitimate alternatives...
What you do when pissed.
"What's a lepricorn?"
One of the new Astrological signs for left handed people.
“Insiders” have delivered “over 200,000” pieces of feedback.
A lot of keystrokes, there.
"Microsoft have over a third of reported on web sites on the planet running IIS."
Just what is the colour of the sky on your planet, anyway? Most of the IIS servers that aren't just linkfarms are probably needed to host the 'help' files for the atrocious ribbon based Windows applications.
A GNU Herd thing?
MS can't stop producing the Surface because of the 'tiles' concept.
Ballmer needs enough units to tile the roof of his stadium.
We are at war with the USA government. We have always been at war with the USA government.
Nice of them to finally tell us.
"I know that always working 16 hours a day without receiving overtime pay has taken its toll on my looks, but... if that's what is on offer, you can stick your job up your bum. I don't work for nothing. I'm an engineer, not an idiot."
Funny how you never see them both together...
and call it Microsoft Zero.
And the lunar jumping over...
It's Windroids salivating and Fisher-Price Programmers rushing to comment.
Will they get here before the exploit is patched...
I suggest TOR honeypots filled with Stuxnet derivatives.
Let the FBI eat cake.
Still not ready for the desktop.
IIRC there was once a ceratin type of high speed line printer that did tend to catch fire in the event of a paper jam.
Also, 8008 an early microprcessor, fnar fnar. ( only funny on a 7 segment display)
What can we do, apart to refuse to be part of it.
" the Virgin problem is managerial rather than technical."
Sounds like another round of Technical Redundancies.
As if anyone would run an autonmous car on windows,nevermind Google.
Rockets are tall?
Er, that's you dead then.
Thanks for using thw not used by command term 'metro ux.'
Really adds weight and credibility to your opinion...
Bald is a bona fide hair colour, too.
Chalk and Cheese.
One is a fully fledged computer with myriad uses and millions (?) of users.
The other is a Windows SBC...
Thanks- here is your £143,000 retainer fee.
..."- they would put in place the same major incident plan that they use for natural disasters, terrorism or civil unrest."
Hide until the peasants are all dead.
85% of the City of London runs on claret.
As for what GCHQ runs on- who's bullshitting now?
Absolutely! Best Heading and Acronym Evar!
640k is enough day for anyone!
That's what happens when you run a cloud on millions of Surfaces...
Openreach? Twinned with Mos Eisley (q.v.)
But...it's Turkish coffee!!
Just like using it.
"Why does this need to connect with the car systems?...The basic idea of a HUD is good, just cut out all the other crap."
This my HUD...
Oo- cool! What does it display?
Murdoch is worse than ebola.
Are Merkle spying on Merkel?
Where DoS == Denial of Sanity.
I did say 'box to bin'.
I didn't say I'd buy one of these.
I'm not that daft.
"Our CEO, CIO and a whole bunch of senior execs have been given a device and they love them."
This explains why the banking sector is covered in its own shit.
" I certainly don't feel so stupid that I couldn't get some use out of it."
But stupid enough to want to pay for one?
Box to bin?
into the Shop... with more stuff too!
"> A study ... based on the case ... the five doctors wrote."
Isn't William Hartnell dead now?
Mrs C did not have a history of psychosis in her family history and her occasional marijuana use was found to have not contributed to the condition.
He did say 'popular products'
– and this needs to change for the coding community."
Change for both would be even better
Easier- Kill the artists. The more their work is 'pirated', the sooner they are killed. Soon the problem will solve itself!
"... and consigned 10's of millions of fellow Chinese to death by starvation and worse in the glorious name of a broken ideology."
Apple have a lot to answer for...
"There was an interesting bug found in the US embassy in Moscow and to this day nobody knows hw it works!!!"
Would that be the one with the tuned microwave cavity with a diaphragm that was vibrated by sound?
I think they did figure it out fairly quickly- after it was discovered, which took years...