24 posts • joined 29 Jul 2009
... Megashark vs Giant Octoupus.
Put them all near motorways
Motorways already generate lots of noise pollution so just stick yer turbines near those.
WTB DVD Rom
Would much rather buy a DVD. Guess I'll get an itunes giftcard and buy from the app store eventually.
was probably my favourite. Have completed it several times..... earlier this year being the latest. They don't make em like they used to.
£15 per month
For all I can eat media and you've got yourself a sale.
You wont have far to look
Because Seagate and Western Digital are the only players left in the market.
Please enter a title
If he can touch type then he doesn't need to look at the screen or keyboard does he.
Road rail would be a good idea....
But the trains are already full.
Drop in the ocean
50m is barely enough to cover one county let alone the whole country.
Just plugging it into the wall would save most of the £1000 electricity bill
Plug the server into the wall for almost the same saving I'm guessing. No solar power needed.
stick in a BR drive I'd buy one tomorrow.
I for one welcome our new zombie satellite overlords
Looks suspiciously like the facial recognition software can't recognise burglars and pirates.
I for one welcome our new tech savvy overlords
ugly font is ugly
shame century gothic looks like poop really.
New gran turisimio = 3 blurays. sooo 1994.
Spend a little time watching....
....and its difficult to believe the figure isn't far higher than 44%
As far as I can tell this tool doesn't do anything with favourites.... or browsing history. It just dumps running processes, IP address, netstat etc to a text file. I guess its supposed to show what a computer is doing NOW so it can be switched off and sent back to the lab and examined in detail.
No BBC radio
..... makes it reasonably useless as a clock radio replacement.
long, random, written down
because, after-all, if they are in my house I've got more to worry about than them stealing my wifi password....
Laptops on trains
This will be popular data to leave on a train and end up on the Internet for ever more.
I'm not convinced people need a £800 ipod touch which doesn't fit in your pocket. Even more so if apple go down the "app store / itunes store" evil genius route to milk cash out of their customers.
He's not wrong
Never have I seen such a pointless banal website receive so much press coverage.
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