Re: Pity the poor rural business
Well thought out.
Enjoy your "made in the city" milk and your "roof top garden" lamb.
1819 posts • joined 17 Sep 2009
Well thought out.
Enjoy your "made in the city" milk and your "roof top garden" lamb.
Already have one.....
It took a couple of months to come through, registered a long time ago though.
You can get decent British locks, just search for anti-bump anti-snap.
They are around £35 - £45 depending on the lock dimensions.
"they are the only party that doesn't seem completely bonkers and out of touch!"
Apart from the fact you could, without any doubt apply the following:
Petrol & Diesel will go up.
Gas and Electric will go up.
We will have blackouts due to "investment" in "green" energy over gas, coal and nuclear power.
More congestion charges will come into force throughout the country.
Increased council tax bill as we subsidise more empty buses and trains going to places people don't want to go to....
And on and on...
It's a sad state of affairs when Lord Sutch would of made the most sensible choice.
"Ban teaching "
Keep 'em ignorant, keep 'em in their place.
More they do this, the more email traffic I'm moving to Protonmail.ch
...remember they were one of the biggest supporters of Do Not Track header and the first to add it as a default setting in the web browser, so the bit about Bing is a little muted.
A certain other search engine provider and web maker was the biggest opponent and the last one to ad it to their browser, so we can guess who will be the last to implement anything like this.
Now of course this sort of thing could be designed to the competition, but in the whole it's good.
"things they like to play with are usually completely different things..."
Usually the wrapping paper or box the toy came in.
...it will reject / drop mails from the stupid, pointless new domains? Bonus!
Yes they are a big player in the Telecoms arena, just not the shiny shiny stuff.
Unless of course its a more secure anti-snap anti-bump euro lock...
Thinking about it, I guess you could fumble around as someone else, say a director to access the home drives without leaving an audit trail.
So yes could be misused, but a huge issue for most.
My thoughts exactly, this makes little sense. I guess the biggest threat is employees that had the right and installed this before leaving.
He would of been shot first. Seriously, if you want to look like a suicide bomber as you pass through a body scanner, this is the way to go.
...5 years before I think about it.
1. it will be in beta no doubt until then.
2 after 5 years it will either come of beta or be dropped with little notice and your on your own.
I just can't imagine Mr. Cameron listening to anything coming from anything other than the popular press.
your see that errors and corrections? It's there to help you become a proof reader and spell checker.
must be kept on European Union territory for “essential security and data protection reasons”.
Ha ha ha ha ha haaa haaaaa...good one.
You have 90 days to fix (and all future bugs) for this or we release the code required for the exploits.
What goes around.
Maintaining support for a software product that is two versions behind would be fairly unusual.....
Yes but "normally" your OS isn't obsolete in less than a couple of years.
So many people bitched about XP support being ended after 13 years, but it's OK render a phone OS obsolete after a year or two.
Maybe they need some sort of timing device with a calendar function built into it?
Crapple, I see what you did there, brilliant....how about adding Microshaft or M$ to your arsenal as well, just in case you need it.
No we don't....Saudi get's plenty of our gear.
Aha caught you. I bet they sell AA bra sizes in Debenhams and no woman can possibly have that size, so you MUST be a Pedo!
Most likely that encryption is where you add a password to a file.
...my encrypted email is in Switzerland.
Sorry forgot my password, but no worry I'll get a password reset sent to me...Ooops what was that? Oh sill me, resetting my password just wiped the entire contents...silly me.
Still waiting for the FU icon.
Think you need to read again and comprehend...
More accountability is a good thing, but being more accountable than anything else on Earth is a tall order."
Nothing to see here, please move along.
Richard M Nixon.
That's one huge pile of Computer Shoppers still lurking around.
Search for DIY key logger, like I said, been around some time.
put the word Microsoft & security in an article and watch certain peoples heads explode wit crazee spellings and lots of M$'s
FFS search for Wireless key loggers, this is NOTHING new and NOT unique to MS, but people are to stupid / narrow minded to think this is an MS problem.
BTW people, USB and PS/2 ones have been around, much, much longer, as well as ones built directly into mice and keyboards.
Still nothing like a bit a flame bait for the H8trs.
The whole world doesn't revolve around mobile phones and internet connectivity. Not everyone will want to pay for "free" TV.
would be better.
...our random guessing was way off the mark, so we've come up this excuse to stop making us look stupid.
Why worry, if using android, it's all going to Google anyway.
With smart phones, it's pretty much a choice of which US company you want to send all your information to.
Yes, so use SRWare IRON in the meantime.
Doesn't Patch Tuesday roll around every week?
Either you are joking or just ignorant. I guess the latter.
Sure, once Google release servers and desktops used by most large businesses through out the world.
Then see how they squirm when the are forced to release a rushed patch that may potentially take down a few million customers.
I understand the point where vendors are not releasing patches and MS have form in this, as do many others, but this one is them being a bunch of pricks. Vendor has stated a release date for fix, asked not to disclose until release is scheduled and they still act like a bunch of spoilt brats going well we sya we're going to do it, so nah, nah na naa nah.
This has FUCK ALL to do with protecting the customers and working with vendors,it's simply a cheap, commercial shot aimed at there biggest rival.
On this one, I'm with MS 100% and Google 0%
Yes down vote Google lovers (no doubt many are busy typing away in defence now), but this is nothing but a stupid move that benefits no one other than their own over inflated ego's.
Can people please learn the difference:
GMT - Time zone, same as EST or CET
UTC - Time Standard. Yes it is the "same" as GMT, but they are NOT the same thing.
If we decide to change GMT for some reason, no matter how odd. It would NOT affect UTC
plus UNIX epoch time has it's own issues to deal with. 2038 will be as bad a 2000 i.e not that bad after all.
"Err, shurely everyone hits Midnight GMT at the same time?"
Nope GMT is a time zone, so being a pedant, most of the world never experiences GMT.
The time standard you are looking for UTC
Not really, it's just not the Monkeys this time.
They pay for the software, not the support.
Jon Rudolph, principal software engineer at Core Security, argued that rather than "just cutting through the clutter...."
“Core Security gives customers the ability to descramble vulnerability management noise”
We like clutter, it allows us to sell stuff....
I guess it would of been better for MS just to simply it.
"The latest Lollipop build, version 5.0, fixes many of the problems found,"
Yes now I want it installed on my big brand Samsung....oh wait they are not going to upgrade this one....So I have to root it....so same as el cheapo one then?
These were known activists with a proven criminal record. I don't think most peope have an issue with targeted monitoring, but people do have an issues with mass surveillance.
BTW, more people are killed by alcohol related violence in Europe than by terrorist...
..I need this in my life. After decades of getting sick from using ATM's, at last an answer. Finally I can remove my non-latex gloves, but the mask will have to stay for now.
Given that in 2011 the UK was about 87% white, I'm seeing a lot of non-white faces in that link;
This is the problem with Stats:
Take where I live, it's about 99.5% White. (yes you CAN count the number of Chinese and Afro-Caribbean people very easily).
2 murders in 15 years
1 by a white woman
1 by a black male
Neither were from the area
So the stats show that 50% of murders were carried out by black males, 50% by white females.
So there would be NO white males in the line up, ever.
Now go to Birmingham where "White British" only make up half the population, has a much higher crime rate, would it be so unreasonable to see more black and Asian people in the line ups.
So to put it better, the Crime watch line up reflects the cultural make up of the areas that tend to have the highest serious crime rates. Now you can attribute that to many factors, poor wages, less employment, more rented property, less educated people...what ever, but to say there are X number of whites in the WHOLE UK population, therefore there should be Y number of white people on crime watch is utter bollocks.
...not to get leapt at by the myriad of people wanting my money out of me.
I get out of the car and a friendly east European guy asks if I want my car washed, then at the store entrance the AA ask me if I'm covered, then at the top of the stairs (it's a first floor one) are 2 charity collectors, then I finally get inside and there is usually one or two members of staff trying to flog this weeks money maker by telling me they can save me money (amazing mind readers). Then the on the way out, I'm greeted by the chuggers and AA again.