13 posts • joined 7 Aug 2009
That's a coincidence because I'm currently developing the Lightweight Object Oriented Framework for Advanced HTML. It's B*llsh*t 2.0 compatible...
Nice one, Centurion
"Ciderspace" - like it! The new name for Somerset, perhaps?
Sex = Bad, Violence = Good
No problem, Bilston. You can have as much gore-dripping sadistic violence as you like (so no reason to junk your copy of "Chainsawed Cheerleaders" yet). It's just the sex that is harmful.
It's sex that's dirty, not violence. Violence is fun, wholesome and exciting! That's why theme-parks are introducing rides based on popular cinematic gore-fests. Take your kids for a great day out.
Just don't draw any naughty cartoons - OK?
"Banning Handguns back in 97 is the only success really." In what sense, exactly? What's happened to the gun-crime figures since 1997?
AFAIK there's a lot more gun crime now than there was then. Perhaps you live in Narnia and not Britain?
Did I touch a nerve darling? You seem awfully upset.
I didn't say anything regarding the relative merits of Windows Vs *nix - merely observed that whilst Windows has the lion's share of the desktop, the opposite is true of the server market. I'd have thought an expert like you would know that. Never mind - it's the weekend so you can go for a nice lie-down in a darkened room until you feel better.
Still, it was a good guess that you're a salesman though, wasn't it?
Customers DO give a toss what platform the application runs on
... Because , surprisingly often, they already have the platform and they aint going to buy a new one because your application requires it. And if it's a server-based app (like virtually all enterprise software) that platform is likely to be Unix/Linux.
If you're just making desktop toys then by all means lock yourself into Windows. But from your facile, ignorant and ill-considered comments you sound like a salesman, so you probably wouldn't understand the difference.
How did they know...
It was really Meg Hillier? She had no ID so she could have been an impostor.
When is a trick not a trick
Presumably, should an investigation uncover similar phraseology in emails from an oil company or arms manufacturer, you will accept their protestations of innocence equally unquestioningly? I doubt it...
Might I suggest....
That all commenters read the excellent Reg article here (http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/11/30/crugate_analysis/) and pay less attention to that silly TV ad with the drowning cartoon dog.
Hit them where it hurts
"All members of parliament and representative bodies (Welsh Assembly, Scottish Parliament & Westminster Parliament & Lords) have to have one before they can take their seat after the next Westminster parliament election."
Wouldn't it be better to demand they have one before they are allowed to claim any expenses or allowances?
"We’ve been clobbered completely by vendor lock-in"
Well, fancy that! And there was me thinking that vendor lock-in was the most common business model in the IT industry.
Paris, because she can lock me in any time she likes.
Could I just say....?
An OS is just that - an operating system; it's not a religion.
Oh, and don't feed the trolls.
Why is anyone surprised?
I worked on a UK Government project once. It consisted (essentially) of re-creating the existing paper-based system and procedures, just on a computer. All suggestions by the techies that a splash of competent business analysis would pay handsome dividends fell on deaf ears.
The system was obsolete before it was installed.
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