2324 posts • joined 10 Jul 2009
"Assuming the US can convince Russia that this isn't the case..."
Ah, now- there's the rub...
Re: Place your bets!
Or you from your fucking high horse?
El Reg is populated almost entirely with Grauniad reading socialists
And - Non ACs too.
Re: BAN THE DAILY MAIL
Ban Passive Mail!
Re: Right now I am on my knees praying
piratizing - a good new word for what is happening!
Re: A year? Already?
When did it set off?
Best title so far!
Re: PC World...
"You don't really sell that many products that way, do you?"
They can't do much worse... Honesty in Advertising!
Re: Intruder Alert
It's ok, he's not called Dave...
(Can you tell I'm not a cat person?)
Your Nickname is a clue...
Are you Brain, or Pinky?
In other news-
Govt wants DVD manufacturers to include a homing moth which is released whenever the case is opened and flies back to a reporting centre so they can tell what sort of content people might be watching that they can't otherwise spy on.
FFS. Do yer fucking job and stop prying!
Drone from Pakistan...
Feet of shining screw projected, when suddenly...
The lid fell off.
Re: The kind of people....
But surely people in the 3d world would want a 3d printer...?
and put Poundland out of business...
Re: Poor comparison
Indeed. However, the US is not The World Police. Nor should it act like it is.
"... a fabulous upgrade because suddenly I see things that I would have never seen..."
Re: Next Technology? Damn..
Wasn't it called "Not Tested" when it first limped out?
Re: Open source please
"Isn't clear communication at the heart of democracy?"
Not any more- quite the opposite...
Re: Only a matter of time
"...these people should be finned and banned from planes..."
Surely finned people would be using boats anyway?
re: Microsoft late last year - they took over 7.5% total tablet market share in only 6 months...
Headache tablets, mainly.
Yes, you are.
Re: How long.....
Life-like or life-sized?
Re: Maybe so
Surely 'tis the S'word of Dobber!
Re: Hit and miss
"you can print parts to tolerances of less than 0.1mm."
So it's low precision as well?
Even a single party state
Has a ballot box.
Re: This ain't rocket science
No Hell, no crimes, sorry.
Not much Win either, yet again.
"Microsoft is warning Brits who use its Bing search engine..."
That's not too many then, is it?
Re: Just curious...
Which brings us back to the ID cards, on the never-ending roundabout ...
But- SPB is a science group. Religion is... elsewhere.
When'sa their Delmio day?
Re: Looks Awesome!
But what about the sound?
Re: Save yourself the headache... @hplasm
Good for you, whoever you are.
Re: Save yourself the headache...
And install Linux.
Re: Stop giving this twat press.
Yeah! Stop giving this oxygen press!
Re: Oh really?
Some people don't object to paying for crappy software...
-that's the big problem.
All the advantages of Linux
With the downtime of Windows for reboots etc.
That is all.
Re: your really sheldon cooper
" I'd rather see somebody lean from their mistake..."
But which way?
Are you proposing this was his motive?
Re: I'm on it!
"...a real version of Office.
It just sucks so much in comparison....."
Yes, Office does suck.
re:And for the full round-up of who voted what:
That should be used in the next round of electioneering.
Re: "Give me 6 lines from an honest man and I'll find something to hang him."
"Anyone think it's time to start going through those 360+ paragraphs of THE PATRIOT Act with a red pen?"
A big red "X" through them all?
Re: What's changed?
It's even more stupid and overblown.
Is it just me-
Or does Professor Andreas Wicenec really need a white coat and big rubber gloves...
Re: It's too late!
2. Supply Underpant Gnomes.
+30% smartphone growth for Nokia Lumias!
Now FOUR customers!
It has changed since NT you know?
For the worse...
Re: Two birds one cup?
One cup of bees?
Sounds like a recipe....for something.
Re: The devil in the detail
Block all of the news rags- they have print. Why do they need to clog up the 'net too?
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