17 posts • joined 14 May 2007
Re: Could actually be quite handy
Not true about not knowing someone well enough to know address. Actually, I've faced this problem with some people I know very well and been to their places countless number of times but do not know the postcode. Agreed not difficult to find out, but was just saying it's possible you could know someone without knowing their address.
I tried this over the weekend and absolutely loved it. works quite well as a controller but the advantage of a proper keyboard on text entry screens is simply takes the interaction to a different level.
I noticed a couple of seconds delay sometimes between going to a text field and keyboard opening up on the phone, but overall I'm well impresse.
They may have been saying they will buy it from Amazon ( as in the website not the brand)!
And how does this help all Nexus S users? I thought Google's motto was 'Do No Evil'... Oh wait....
Of course, everyone knew that if your address was abc [at] googlemail.com and you were sent a mail to abc [at] gmail.com you would still receive it. Right?
No mention of VMWare?
Make sure you dont use GFail when you do so!
From what I've heard/read, she seems to be up to the task. It will be good to see Y! turned around.
He _swallowed_ the bitter apple?
No Shit Sherlock!!
"However, those with videogames experience performed better than those without."
640K ought to be enough for anybody
"yet I was here at 3am ringing up an Indian bloke to exchange 48-digit codes at a sluggish pace "
Could you please enlighten me what exactly is wrong with the bloke being Indian here?
Re: Tsunami of texts?
There is no such thing as free lunch. If you don’t pay anything for call charges, you shall pay by enduring the nuisance of a barrage of unwanted texts.
+1 kingdom of hatred
Also, billg owns only 8% of MS. Its stupidity to blame him for whatever MS does. Let the flaming begin...
Video Network Ltd., owner of the Homechoice brand, kept sending me reminders for £1.41 even after I had disconnected the service and paid disconnections charges. They also attempted to debit the amount from my bank account but that kept failing because I had cancelled the direct debit. Eight months after the disconnection, I recieved multiple letters threatening legal action and possibility of adding my name to bad debtors list. When I called up their call centre ( a premium line number which cost me around £4 due to all the wait ), I was told that the amount was insignificant and they would waive it. Since then I have recieved two more letters demanding the payment...
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