424 posts • joined 4 Aug 2009
@AC 16:13 Geri
"He then got his nervous system wired up to his wife's (and, I think, a robot arm controller). That is really, really cool and fuck anyone who disagrees. Nervous system control over a robot arm and inter-nervous system communications are awesome"
The most surprising bit about that is the fact that some woman was mental enough to become his wife - what WAS she thinking?
Bill - I see that, although billray.com has been taken, both billrayhack.com and billrayreghack.com are still up for grabs!
He should pop over here and bag a few of those in Westminster whose main aim in life seems to be to produce hot air...
My heart bleeds.... meh!
Couldn't happened to a nicer guy - hmm, could do with an icon depicting a hangman's scaffold here... ah well, the Satan one will have to do instead.
Now that's dedication...
I vote that we honour him with the title "Fanboi Supreme" (well, until someone donates their heart in exchange for an iPad, anyway).
Nokia Sales Forecast
A spokesman for Nokia said, "We might (or might not) sell something next quarter. But don't quote me."
But Shirley that should be...
...an iRoar or an iWhimper!
Both have probably been trademarked by now as Apple have, no doubt, employed someone and given them the sole task of going through a large dictionary putting an 'i' in front of every word in it and registering most of them - hmm, wonder if they've registered iCunt yet....
Bloody hell - can't believe I actually said that about the useless, Phorm-loving, money-grabbing bastards. But between BT and the DEA it's definitely a case of the "lesser of two weasels" (or something like that).
A flaw in IE!!! Shock Horror!
Microsoft can't be trusted! Shock horror!
Well, that really comes as a surprise to me....
Mine's the one with the <sarcasm> tags in the pocket.
"a phishing site running on Sony's servers"
And it WASN'T the PlayStation Network?
Since when do politicians and tabloid journalists count as "life" (well, maybe, but certainly not life as we know it, Jim)
...will they ever get this technology working on holographically projected keyboards?
OMG - woman with no legs!
Pan left and down until you see a disgusting looking building covered with lime green, yellow and orange. Next zoom in to the left of the building and onto the bus coming towards you. On the pavement just in front of the bus is a woman in a pink jacket who appears to have no legs and is floating above the pavement! Fantastic!
Who cares about some shitty French car, Iooking for the bad photo joins is much more fun!
No, if it had been it would have been called "Transparent Aluminum"
Ok, I'll get me coat...
You could really confuse them with REBOL!
Nah, do it yourself and upload them here:
...this should have been posted under ROTM, not biology?
I suggest they call it SONY - it will then install a rootkit on the ISS as it passes, accidentally broadcast all the addresses and credit card details of the entire 1.3 billion Chinese population before hitting a satellite and crashing into a Japanese nuclear power station after failing to burn up in the atmosphere.
Or even better
Use some nifty HTML5 (or Web2.0rhea if you prefer) code to implement icon drag and drop properly.
Also known as a ZDNet icon </sarcasm>
V for Vendetta icon
Please please pretty please. Ah go on you know you want to...
I'm just amusing myself trying to imagine what colour of 'beetroot' the down-voter's face was going as he/she/it down-voted the list of anti-Pope comments above...
Pity they didn't arrest the annoying git bashing a drum all the way through it...
No no no. That's not a problem - see the Futurama episode "Roswell That Ends Well" for an explanation (of sorts).
Wow, what a wonderful idea! Instead of actually FIXING the problems which cause Windows to slow down let's add yet another BODGE to the system which just makes it appear like we've fixed it! Pretty much the same mindset in use when they "fixed" the corrupted DLLs that plagued earlier versions by storing backups that would get copied back over the in-use versions when they became corrupted, INSTEAD of actually fixing the things that were causing the DLLs to become corrupted in the first place. Pathetic!
Early Microsoft Coding
If you want to see how "good" some of the early Microsoft coding was, then go and read "Barbarians Led by Bill Gates" by Jennifer Edstrom and Marlin Eller - especially pages 27/8 about the "Brain dead bit of code" that just happened to have been written by a certain Mr Gates!
I think the OP is failing to grasp <insert anything you like here>
Aha, I think Classic Shell is what you are talking about. It's a free download from Sourceforge - I'm playing with it now... Hmm, seems good so far and all the settings are customisable. Neat!
32-bit systems (by the very nature of using 32-bit addresses) can only access 4GB max. 32-bit Windows (XP and 7) usually only accesses 3 of those 4. 64-bit systems can access more. 2^32 = 4,294,967,296 bytes (= 4GB). 64-bit systems can, in theory, access 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 bytes though MS restrict maximum memory access depending on which version of Win7-64 you have - they even limit the Starter version to 2GB! See:
I regret to say...
...that, unfortunately, you are wrong. There are plenty of the clueless still using it.
I'm off to buy a shed load of black ones and a tin of white paint!
"Didn't IE9 top the current HTML 5 compatibility tests from W3C?"
Maybe, but it certainly falls way down the list on www.html5test.com - the RC scores 116 (+ 5 bonus points) whilst the FF4 beta 11 scores 197+9 (though an earlier beta scored 207+9!), Chrome 9 scores 242+13 (but STILL can't print background colours and images - aargh!), Opera 11.01 scores 177+7 and Safari scores 207+7.
And, if not that...
...then maybe fined for wasting police time (and therefore taxpayers money).
Sinclair BASIC was arguably better when compared to the C64 (I have to POKE WHAT to get hi-res graphics?!?!) but reliability-wise they were far inferior. I should know, at the time I was working in an electronics repair shop and the number of dead Spectrums being returned around Christmas 1983 was astounding.
I also bought a Sinclair Cambridge calculator in the early 1970s (the prebuilt version, not the kit). It lasted less than 2 years before it popped its clogs, however I've still got a Commodore SR-1800 scientific calculator from a year or two later (1975, if memory serves) - I stuck some batteries in it just yesterday (first time in about 5 years) to see if it still worked - it did!
dip in, dip out appeal?
Shirley, that's SHEEP dip in.....
Anyway, Shaun the Sheep is wasted on kids - the number of in-jokes and references to films (e,g, Psycho, Close Encounters, Saturday Night Fever, Airplane) and other TV programmes (e.g. Fawlty Towers, Futurama) are way above most kids' comprehension!
Blimey - I'd do it for half that!
But, Shirley, that's an oxymoron?
My cats occasionally chase marbles around my house - I'm sure some of the marbles look EXACTLY like both of those logos. Does that mean I (or possibly my cats or maybe even the marble manufacturer) can sue both Sony Ericsson AND Clearwire over this?
I off to phone my lawyer...
Does not compute!
"How do you respond to the problem of terrorism, of paedophilia, to subjects such as the right to be forgotten?"
Just asking... but what happens when the terrorists and paedophiles ask for their right to be forgotten? Will Sarky's brain throw a "does not compute" wobbly and explode? Now THAT would probably be a good result!
All those ceiling cats have been jealous of their basement buddies!!
XKCD joke about it...
Smartest? Which planet?
Well, if the only 2 things on a planet were a PC and Ballmer then I'd definitely agree that the PC would be the smartest out of the two.
Megaphone because that's what Ballmer reminds me of...
Blimey, Google will have issued at least 7 new versions of Chrome before then!
...Lowell McAdam injured in mysterious accident involving a chair.
Are Apple aware of this?
Look more like R2D2 vs Steam Roller and the droid lost...
- Updated HIDDEN packet sniffer spy tech in MILLIONS of iPhones, iPads – expert
- Apple orders huge MOUNTAIN of 80 MILLION 'Air' iPhone 6s
- NOW we know why Apple went running to IBM: iPad is an iFAD
- PROOF the Apple iPhone 6 rumor mill hype-gasm has reached its logical conclusion
- Black Hat anti-Tor talk smashed by lawyers' wrecking ball