73 posts • joined Monday 13th July 2009 13:27 GMT
Re: Bloody luxury.
You were lucky. We lived for three months in a paper bag in a septic tank. We used to have to get up at six in the morning, clean the paper bag, eat a crust of stale bread, go to work down t' mill, fourteen hours a day, week-in week-out, for sixpence a week, and when we got home our Dad would thrash us to sleep wi' his belt.
Re: That title is VERY misleading...
adviser on preventing sexualisation and commercialisation of childhood.
maybe MP Claire Perry can focus on getting a ban on the Mail's handy "All Grown Up" tag.
All your users are belong to someone else
Mechanic: Somebody set up us the T&Cs.
Operator: Instaport turn on.
Zuckerberg: All your photo are belong to us.
Zuckerberg: You have no chance to survive make me profit.
Captain: Move Flickr.
Captain: For great justice.
it should have pursued those issues during the voir dire part of jury selection
But according to:
"Samsung attached a portion of the jury selection process in which Hogan promises he can set aside his own understanding of patents and only use the judge's interpretation of the law and her instructions. But after the trial, Hogan and other jurors who gave interviews said that his experience helped them come to their decision"
So if he lied during voir dire how is that Samsungs fault?
Re: If I were Judge Koh?
I'd just ban the sale of all Apple & Samsung products in the US until they grow up / settle out of court
Re: "Richard Branson"
Indeed, and how do we register the "public offence" this inclusion causes?
it also shows that the firm has an ... opinion of its customers' tech savvy
I think the article confuses insultingly poor with accurate
Re: Best get those scientists out there to do their research
Dolphin is much tastier
Yeah, if only someone would invent some form of portable device that allows you access to email whilst out of the office they would make a killing
Re: Criminal Charges?
Civil at the moment. the TL:DR version ends with:
It follows from my findings in relation to Mr Freeman, Mr Sullivan, Mr Marrow and Mr Steele that the papers in this case should be referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions with a view to any criminal proceedings against one or more of those persons that he might feel are appropriate
Judge was a little on the cold side
"Mr Waters' reliance on his medical condition to excuse him from responsibility ... and to explain his inability to participate at the trial ... was, on his own evidence, greatly exaggerated"
"After I had completed drafting most of this judgment, including in particular the section dealing with Mr Waters, I was informed that Mr Waters had died"
"I would merely observe that the causes of his death shown on his death certificate... seem at odds with the conditions which Mr Waters said that he suffered from at an earlier stage of these proceedings"
Entwistle had failed to enquire, or ask others to enquire
The fact that he needed to know was not known at the time that the now known need to know was known, and therefore those that needed to advise and inform him perhaps felt that the information that he needed as to whether to inform the highest authority of the known information was not yet known, and therefore there was no authority for the authority to be informed because the need to know was not, at that time, known or needed
or whatever that shrunken fondleslab may be dubbed.
How about the iNexus 7?
Re: Hahaha. What a guess.
but then the original El Reg article suggested "A swordfish is one possibility, since they are widely fished in the area, and a squid has also been mooted"
El Reg "seems to share the view that Germany is still ..."
"The EU prevented Germans invading anyone for record period..."
Maybe El' Reg can offer Abbas a job?
Every bit of kit I’ve ever owned has had a spare screw left over, It’s nice to see that Curiosity is no different.
Re: So what effect does this discovery have upon Omega?
Last I remember he was trapped in the anti matter universe
open a bakery for retraining vulnerable women.
Because once they know how to bake they're less likely to get?
I've noticed quite a few mapping tools don't equate the whole of the world with London
Ifyou type in N1 UK rather than N1 it should work fine.
Re: "content"? discontent
radiodownloader + dropbox + foldersync lite
Re: Nonsense fake numbers...
I suspect a Topper Hijack attempt
Re: In this article...
"a publicity stunt designed to generate more interest in the mission from children"
but It's a robot; on Mars; with laser cannons
Do they really need to pimp their rover to grab kids attention?
What is the total dollar amount that Apple is entitled to receive from Samsung ...
Jury speak for STFU
Re: John Smith 19
"The software has probably been running for a lengthy period of time without any problems.
This means that the bug probably only occurs after an unlikely series of events."
The software with the bug in went live Tuesday night according to Knight Capital Chief Executive Officer Tom Joyce
the massive statue formed part of a gate complex
Where's Daniel Jackson when you need him?
Re: Universal search is lame anyway
"This may be the case. However, consider a phone with a dedicated search button (like, I don't know, and Android phone)."
But unlike, I don't know, say the S3?
Latest updated (2.0.1) added: Support for Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus devices on ICS
Which means that:
Sky Go is supported on the following Android smartphones running on 2.2, 2.3 & 4.0 operating systems: HTC Desire, HTC Desire S, HTC Desire HD, HTC Incredible, HTC Sensation, HTC Sensation XE, Google Galaxy Nexus, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Galaxy Note.
Please note that if existing Sky Go users with OS versions 2.2, 2.3 or 4.0 choose to upgrade to v4.1 (Jelly Bean) they will not be able to stream content through the Sky Go app until the operating system can be fully supported.
Doesn't add up
Needed to recruit 10,400. Have recruited 5,500. Blame scheduling software for not being able to put one person in two places at the same time
I like having an analogue clock and flip-style calendar in the corner :(
So switch to rainmeter (http://rainmeter.net/cms/About). It has the same inherent risks as windows gadgets but at least it will still be there come windows 8 and you can find pre-vetted skins at http://rainmeter.deviantart.com/
Re: Turns out
Sounds to me more like it was the first Tesco superstore
and additional designs for the paddles and alignment of players
What, it didn't suggest that there was nothing wrong with the game and it was just the users holding the paddles wrong?
Re: Alan Sugar / Amstrad quality control department?
Nothing to do with Amstrad quality control since
a) Lord Sugar sold Amstrad to BSkyB
b) YouView didn't go to BSkyB for their kit
The kit manufacturers are listed here, though I think Technicolor may have pulled out
What Sky has done is make the hardware as invisible as possible. - Unless it runs Android
it played along nicely with whatever hardware people want to use: Unless they run Android
So long as your no-name phone ... can play the stuff you want to watch... why would you care? - Because my no name phone runs Android ... it can't... that's why
Bravely ran away, away
Bravely bold Sir Robin rode forth from Camelot.
He was not afraid to die, O brave Sir Robin!
He was not at all afraid to be killed in nasty ways,
Brave, brave, brave, brave Sir Robin!
He was not in the least bit scared to be mashed into a pulp,
Or to have his eyes gouged out, and his elbows broken;
To have his kneecaps split, and his body burned away;
And his limbs all hacked and mangled, brave Sir Robin!
His head smashed in and his heart cut out
And his liver removed and his bowels unplugged
And his nostrils raped and his bottom burned off
And his pen--
Does it include the 46,524 recently dumped by El Reg?