Re: Buying For The Sake Of It.
"nappy bin sacs"
They're called diapers now.
207 posts • joined 27 Jul 2009
"nappy bin sacs"
They're called diapers now.
If every one of the 40 seats was filled in both directions twice a day every day for a 31 day month that would be 4960 passengers.
80% of the time it survives every time.
I see that's one feature carried over from the original model. To be fair they did fix it when mine went in for a service and it's been fine since. Next time it goes in I'll have to ask them if the loose bit on the inside door handle can be secured...
Still, I've been very happy with my original Aygo. The economy is good and the performance is fine for what I need. I prefer the looks over this new one too.
Back pocket is typically how I carry my phone around at work. Since chairs are more often than not situated next to desks and other such level surfaces, I always remove it before sitting down. Seems the obvious thing to to with something not designed to bend and uncomfortable to sit on.
You're right - you'd have to be extremely handy with a soldering iron to make use of one of these on its own.
I read elsewhere that the actual difference between the 5Y10 and 5Y10a is that one can be configured for an even lower TDP if required.
If configured for the same TDP they'll perform identically.
Since I didn't study Latin at school, I once paid for an online Latin course but it was rubbish.
Caveat emptor is all I can say.
*Parental consent for marriage not required in Scotland.
I think I'd value a double-height Enter key over any savings available by purchasing from the US.
a long time ago in our galaxy, far, far away.
"So... the problem with someone making a phone call on a plane is what? That you don't get to hear the other side of the conversation?"
They also provide installers without potentially unwanted extras.
You don't think it was derided in the review of the ZTE Open (linked in the article)? You did take the time to read it, right?
"Seeing as there are ~ 60 million horses in the world, that would be 240 million horse shoes that need to be swapped regularly"
Are you saying that all horses are shod?
* except when they don't. 11" MBA, 21.5" iMac, 27" Display - all 16:9.
When faced with a similar problem recently I did a quick bit of Googling and found that holding the option key at startup brings up a screen allowing you to select the startup volume. The eject key works from there.
I'm going to celebrate these additions by donning my jorts in a bit of double denim.
Cut-down Hardware and Rockblock Iridium Satellite Transceiver Insisted by National Authorities Allowing Ground User Initiated LOHAN Experiment Remote Abortion
Unless it was properly opened up by the regulators you'd be limited to 802.11b on channel 14 assuming your kit correctly complies with the current standards.
More sensibly referred to as Japan's Chiba Prefecture.
"24/May: Sim capability has changed to Dual Stand-by. That basically means that you cannot have two calls active at the same time in both of the SIM cards. Though when in stand-by you can get a call on any of the 2 numbers."
Online bidding - so...IT.
"I've brought a Nexus 7"
Where did you bring it?
If it was before 12/7/11 that you checked out Plusnet, you may want to take another look as Market 2 areas qualified as low-cost for residential accounts from then onwards.
Careful now. There'll be letters.
Looks useful for my next trip to Japa...
Or just Alt Gr
If I remember correctly (and I may well not be) from my days playing this on my Amiga, you seemed to be able to ramp up the tax rate just before the annual collection date, collect a whole year's worth of top-whack taxes then drop the rate back down so that the negative influence of the high taxes didn't linger.
SC2000 looked great but I seem to remember it being frustratingly slow on my A1200. And that was with 28MHz 68030 upgrade card.
Vodafone are already doing it. They label it as "Extended Internet and email coverage" on their coverage maps.
GSMArena's phone finder returns 709 results when searching for UMTS 900 support.
863 million actual tins or the contents of 863 million tins arranged to make optimal use of the available space?
I need to know.
You're right, people don't take the time to comprehend things before they respond.
BTW I don't think Pen-y-gors was being serious. Take it easy Ace.
Some phones (will) have Full HD 1920x1080 on a 5" screen - 441ppi
Well, since you ask, it was the use of "battery's" that garnered my downvote.
Don't worry, I'm under by enough for the rest of you to average 70.0000012kg
Happy to help.
I don't know if it's a historical thing due to being with PlusNet née Force9 for years and years but in the member centre I'm seeing 4 public IPv4 addresses for my account. They're described as:
address for router
Why would they have done this?
"It lasts literally forever"
I doubt that.
Just call it USB 3.0 2.0 to avoid confusion.
I was sceptical about this when I heard it on R4 and I'm surprised to hear that one reference recording could cover the entire grid.
As far as accuracy of the recording frequency is concerned though, I assume they look for patterns in the relative change of the recorded hum as it drifts up and down over the course of the recording rather than matching to the reference hum's frequency exactly. So long as the recording's sample rate was consistent they could compensate for it being out a bit?
Try searching this article for Birmingham instead:
"Tetrus was using unregistered pay-as-you-go SIM cards to send out as many as 840,000 illegal text messages a day."
Am I the only one wondering how that's even possible?
Maybe they were downvoting the misspelling of remuneration?
They're pricing storage by the gigabit?
That'd be the concession in the Fewnick department store in the centre of Newcastle?
Microprocessor Activated Control Hardware Ensuring Timely Ejection
Danger Abating Firing Timer Controlling Orbiter's Whoooooshhhh!
"is that the correct spelling of come to use?"
What do they call Android phones if they don't call them keitai?
Maybe things have changed a bit since I was there at the beginning of this year but most of the Android phones I noticed people using were Sony ones.