2527 posts • joined 10 Jul 2009
Re: outlook.com too
Who would notice that? Spammers?
Can I get one-
With a bluetooth Cybertash?
Or better yet- a Bluebeard!
Talk about dream jobs...
Re: It's not news, it's the latest Twitter scandal
It's called Plausible Deniability - hence the similarity of the names...
re:What if a part in the 3D printer breaks?
You print another one, and then the police claim it's part of a gun.
Are you saying the piss isn't optional?
Re: "Which part of "Foundation" did you not comprehend?"
Well, the second book dragged on a bit...
Re: Oi Murdoch!
At least two people like to pay more for less, I see.
Do you charge less the more filtered your feed is?
Sod off now, you odious crinkly worm.
Re: Let the whining
I stand, pleasantly surprised!
Keep up the high standard of well reasoned commenting - the bridge dwellers slumber on, it seems...
Let the whining
Re: Watch the fees rise.
There is an agreement- MS don't hike the prices.
Poundland shift Win8.1 and Surface....
Re:"Does it make a good mixer with Scotch?
:Wrong series- sounds more like the joyless STNG Synthohol.
Besides- it'll never get a licence - it's a 'legal high" Shock Horror Probe!!
Expect Prof Nutt to end up in jail for this...
Re: Arduino action
Why not get both- they go together well.
But for 'electronics engineers'- the software really is overkill.
Re: Sub standard
" Playmobile reconstructions..."
It's been a while- far too long...
Re: unlike you I have had sex with another person
Close relatives don't count - unless up to twenty, on their toes...
Re: Acme Products?
"ACME products? I'm 80% ACME products!"
NSA- anexample of:-
North American Insecurity or Unsecurity?
Came looking for pictures of shaved bear.
"Baal is a three-headed demon with a spider's body and tonnes of spider legs,"
- it's a European conspiracy...
Re: US$74 Million
Rather less Pork, in India. They prefer and revere, the beef.
Re: Part of the problem...
The trouble with politics:- Too much ordinance, not enough ordnance.
Not even in the US...
Re: Z80 vs 6502?
Z80- decent 8-bit multipurpose micoprocessor
65xx- Petrol pump brain or washing machine controller.
Flame on! Back to the '80s!
Re: Warming of rivers used for coolant by reactors
And how much for other generating plant- as opposed to windmills etc?
I had one of these-
But it cost 50p and squirted water out of the hole when you squeezed it.
Now it's here!
Selling banking- run!
Re: BOFFINS: BILLIONS OF EARTH-LIKE LIFE-FRIENDLY ALIEN WORLDS IN GALAXY
"... Itanium; it is NOT in the periodic table of elements."
oddly, neither is Euphonium- the element all 'brass' instruments are made of...
Perhaps they are more common on these other Earths?
Re: Is there anybody who approves of this?
"...but glue is lighter than any fastener that would stand the strain."
If Apple was as smart as they like people to think they are, then they would design clips to hold everything together that are part of the case and fittings, strong and light, and would be seen as elegant solutions.
Instead- bodge it with glue like a 4-year old's macaroni picture.
Re: For this aircraft to be built....
"...it will need a justification. A justification in terms of a threat."
A threat like refusing the US any more credit?
My old WiFi-only iPad 3 listed on eBay now for £250 give or take some.
8am until 9am
was spent in the nearest coffee shop, talking about the new iPad.
And drinking latte.
Annoying Ac is annoying.
Nothing to say?
After the Galactic Coalescence-
Of the Smith Cloud and our own Galaxy, the rise of Boskonia was inevitable.
Space Pirates --->
Re: has to be
I couldn't eat a whole Mars...
they don't fail to Surface (RT).
Re: What's in a zero anyways?
Before you 'loose the cloud', at least be polite and open the window.
Re: That endoskeleton...
This will appeal to Tetris addicts then!
Re: Genuine Question:
Hot melt glue is the devil's jizz.
It's just not very good. Batteries might just fall out after a few years.
However, bear in mind the metal content of all of those screws - recyclers are interested in gold plating, for instance, and that can be microns thick.
Re: Less likely
"I haff a plan- an Escape Plan..."
An award has been awarded!
For the world's longest oxmoron-
"...an indispensable tool like any other MS Office tool"
unless you know otherwise!
No, it's a small fluffy bum.
Re:Tell me, does the Surface still run Windows 8?
Up until the next upgrade...
...rivals are now quivering in the shadow of the new Surface machines.
Trying not to laugh out loud...
Re:I. Just. Need. Shit. To. Work.
And now you have some.
Student of Mouster Po.
Re: So teach them the words...
The fish hum because they are ... Surströmming!
Can't wait for the ink to dry on this one.
Just before the Govt decide to make such Car-park CCTV illegal.
Re: Fanboi is as fanboi does
"Somewhat surprisingly, one problem highlighted by McKinsey was interoperability with some office documents. But it was clearly noted that a simple update on all Linux desktops to the latest versions of OpenOffice could fix that particular issue.
A second study last year by the consultancy group found that a shift to a pure Windows environment on the German Foreign Office's desktop computers would be costly and work-intensive"
Facts, eh. Just as inconvenient as 'OOXML is a Standard' Standards...
Re: What a strange concept of pleasure you must have
"I can honestly say I've never enjoyed anything sufficiently to soil my underwear."
Then you have never had a decent curry.
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