1800 posts • joined Friday 10th July 2009 11:30 GMT
Re: The Windows rice cooker...
Raw potatoes though- where's the bloody start button?
Re: I think the question we all want answered
No, but it does cook.
Re: Caffeinated vs defcaf?
Only the mad would drink decaf.
I mean- like no-alchohol beer. Why?????
Re: Nothing, they just thought it was cool to be seen with one !
They noticed they had gone, but thought they might come back after a reboot.
Re: How can this be viable@Mr Fuzzy
Make the outer envelope from kevlar and munitions will bounce off, often with a comedic 'boing!' sound.
Re: Shark. Jumped.
"I've been reading The Register since around 2000-ish. "
And I'm still whining...
The posts about Surface are that-a-way...
Only if you dress it up with iOS 6.
Re: "I wonder how they resolved it"
Bought the world's dog food companies.
Re: The alternative view..
Have a look tomorrow night when live radar pictures of approaching doom are broadcast from Jodrell Bank...
Wait. Wait until they produce metallic silk.... indestructable giant spider puppets.
How to screw up a monopoly 101. (and get away with it)
Re: Nothing to stablilise it
Apart from the great big star right overhead,that is...
Re: Frightened by del *.*?
++Out of Cheese Error++
The ancient knowledge has been lost!
Re: Isn't lying during void dire an offense by itself?
Blownded up, y'all.
Re: "void dire"
Missing curly brackets more like...
But not Precious Tritium, just the normal stuff- so all is well.
Re: Meanwhile Britain
No, I'm Lewis- and so is my wife...
So if the fonts are being patched ...
Does that mean that the Windows kernel is *all* patches now?
Re: Well just gone thorugh all the fonts on my web designer GF's machine.
Punchline:- she uses a Mac...
Re: Steve-O was wrong, people do want a small tablet.
A little black one marked with a skull & crossbones to take when they realise they are trapped forever in the Walled Garden of Shiny ...
Re: Nancy Boys
Not a series of the adventures of a group of young hermaphrodite detectives then?
Re: @ Jim in Hayward
Whilst I agree, I have seen it explained as:- "I could care less <but I can't be bothered>."
Which is quite annoying.
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.
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.
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?
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