25 posts • joined Tuesday 4th August 2009 11:40 GMT
Charlotte Green reads Les Barker's poem "Voicemail"
Have Apple UK registered this use and storage of personal information with the Information Commissioner?
Re: After the contract has expired,
Actually, T-Mobile is currently giving me a £4 per month discount for having continued the contract for another 24 months and not requesting an upgrade to my handset.
Prior art would not be Tesla but Heinrich Hertz using a portable tuned loop, looking for tiny sparks in a darkened room.
Re: (C) StationX
Crown Copyright on documents only lasts for 50 years.
It's to stop him being a rePeter offender.
Shetland Times versus Shetland News. 1996
As it's now a published "fact", it can be cited on Wikipedia.
Last memorial of the JANet coloured books
NRS be gone! Some of us will remember the back-to-front email addresses used in UK academia.
There is a tale of someone sending an email to a computer lab address of firstname.lastname@example.org, and finding it routed via Chile (manually forwarded by a mail system admin).
In many rural places there is no main sewerage system; each property has its own septic tank.
A blue pencil moment
"But it seems that after four years work the vast majority of PHP applications are still being *deployment* on Linux servers at the expense of Windows."
Was the proof reading step mist?
Of course, the P in LAMP can equally be Perl or Python, and it's as easy to write code vulnerable to SQL injection in all of them.
888 subtitles are inserted by the broadcasters themselves (ie. ITV, C4 or five) and are independent of Teletext Ltd. The broadcaster has one VBI line exclusively for the use of subtitles. In other words, subtitles won't be affected by this.
The Queen's Speech is never live. It's always pre-recorded several days before. The BBC and ITN take it in turns to record it. This year it was ITN's turn. I haven't checked, but I would suspect that the IRN network is used to distribute it to commercial radio stations on the day.
Over the coming decade, the mechanical copyright on the original Beatles 45s and 78s will expire (50 years since release). There will still be composer royalties to be paid, but there's little that EMI will be able to do to prevent a third party from recording an original Parlophone pressing, cleaning it up, and releasing it on CD.
These recent CD/USB re-releases (because of the remastering) will have a fresh new mechanical copyright date which won't expire until at least 2059.
No wonder it wasn't valid.
Of course, it should have been "...fewer beds..." not "...less beds..." as it's a countable quantity.