...where in the graph is NEVER?
3716 posts • joined 17 Sep 2009
...where in the graph is NEVER?
"Just be glad they didn't ban him from taking a dump, eating or breathing."
That's next on the cards.
Yes, but it's best to have a crap password for sites that don't employ any sort of security, such as posting on tech website forums.
Like many will say here, it's stating the bleeding obvious.
Password1! = Great
jodfnbjiobioebvjiowrbvhuirbkomefbjonerinbkowmbvjibefirkobjoernobneriobvjklfnbjonfon = Bad
I have 4G around 80mps on a BAD day and I live in Worcestershire
But then again, I can walk to the BT exchange and mobile towers in less than 2 minutes.
Nokia have been doing carrier equipment for a very long time, along with Ericsson and Huwawei.
See, Google once again copying Microsoft.
So you have to use Edge, on mobile, to qualify?
And give up all privacy while doing so?
You mean Chrome on Android doesn't do that?
Oh sorry forgot, they are all as bad as each other.
"And I wont mention the one Vauxhall Zafira a friend got in to that had on one side the Uber sign and right next to it the sign for a local cab company. Again, against Ubers rules."
Many of the Cab company cars are also Uber drivers. I often see both markings on the cars.
Ah the "knowledge".
Is that the bizarre thing where I can't get a cab to go from one side of a bridge to another, yet somehow I can get a taxi from Birmingham to Worcester, via to other two other towns on the way, with no problem at all?
...I'm highly offended my the video I haven't watched and a demand everyone is sacked, just after being forced to make a pointless apology. I demand that it is removed from YouTube and it's the BBC's fault that the migrants are forcing us to have bi-weekly bin collections. You want to see what videos like this do to house prices!
So things like light bulbs that can only use the vendors own after a firmware update was forced on the users
Or the baby monitors that are hacked and spy on people?
Or how about the door locks that have such poor security you can open them without even touching them?
Ooo how about the cars speed and steering controls than can be remotely controlled?
"Your car is a big expensive IoT "thing" that needs connectivity and it needs it globally."
Your right, for the last 100+ years it's been completely impossible to travel to another country without the car being completely rebuilt. That trip to France was a nightmare, the engine was stripped down, the wheels had to be replaced and a whole new interior was fitted, just so it would work. And then I had to do all the same, just to come back. Nightmare!
Oh wait, no it worked absolutely fine.
And prat tell, what will be the resale value on the car when it no longer works because it's running Android version and google dropped all support for it in 2018. Your SatNav no longer works, the in car entertainment refuses to play and the remote start doesn't work with any phone made after 2017.
Welcome to pointless tat.
You may have more knowledge than me but the quote...
"and further invest in key priority areas such as security, IoT, collaboration"
Kind of show they are not culling the IoT shite.
That technology already is available today and has been around for a long time. It's called a Taxi.
We are NOT going to make hardware again, but several vendors are. We will be supporting the hardware and design development for at least the next 5 years.
Then we wouldn't have this crazy situation where no one know if there will be another phone out next year.
There are several nice and original Chinese phones out there, but there seems to be no decent advertising or commitment from MS.
This way we can all continue to enjoy free websites. (Except the windows user's who get pwned)
Just for balance.
..it's a great way of finding our what pointless bit of shit our directors will want, without knowing what it exactly is and how we will use it.
"Next thing I know, I've logged in, and every single one of my email contacts comes up with LinkedIn asking me if I wanted to ask them to connect with me."
We'll you've clearly saved you password and you've agreed in the past to let them have access to you contacts.
I know, as mine asks for my password every time and there is a big banner asking me to enter my email address and permission to use my contacts.
~ How did the slurpers mask their IP's, using infinite VPN's??? Either way, it seems like an unforgivable oversight by 'Linked-Out'.
A basic bot-net will give you access to a few tens of thousands of unique ip address.
You mean that guy in Dubai I'd never heard of didn't actually want to connect with me?
I don't care if you have 2000 other people connected, you want to connect with me for no reason, you get blocked and reported as spam.
OK we get it, you work for, or profit from advertising agencies.
But here is the fact. If you idiots had simply kept to static ads, this sort of crap would never happened. But oh no, you idiots decide that we wanted full screen, bandwidth hogging. video playing crap shoved down our throats.
You have this insane idea that pissing people off is the best way to reach market....look they ARE clicking ad's, but are to stupid to realise that most times it's accidental, people desperately trying to get rid of the shit being forced upon us.
Don't you muppets realise the most click ads are the most simple (Google & Bing search results), not some 50mb video with some shite music blaring out, all because I had the nerve to scroll down the page.
If you have nothing to hide....
You've led a really boring life.
You are a hypocritical, over paid, headline grabbing muppet.
A Merkin? Ever actually looked up what one of those are?
Hint: it a wig, but not for your head.
Sorry, have I stumbled into the Daily Mail forum by mistake?
The word you are looking for is entrapment.
Plus if you start peddling malware, you yourself are committing an offence. It all gets very murky.
I just wish he'd learn the function of the shift key.
" As for the fire thing - it was the fabric of the Hindenberg that burned, the hydrogen was incidental at best"
It was covered in canvas, with several doping agents. However none of these are highly flammable (please don't start quoting rubbish about powdered aluminium and iron oxide).
You may as well say pouring petrol on a cotton t-shirt on and lobbing a match on it, the resulting fire was caused by the t-shirt.
Odd you mention Iron Maiden (as linked above as well). They must love their airships:
"Following investment from the British government and a number of other backers, including Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson, it has now been assembled."
Something like this?
"I know one thing for sure and that I will never install any app that spies on me for MS on my phone"
Ahhh someone that prefers Google to slurp all your data.
"detachable steering wheels are quite a common site for kit cars and some classic cars"
Mine was locked to the roll bar and spare wheel by a bad ass lock and chain.
I can top that...
Ex-wife was a social worker.
Bought a book on sexual exploration and modern slavery...
My ad's then consisted of BDSM books and accessories.
One quick email to Amazon and a very apologetic email back....and the ads very quickly disappeared..
Good point. That said, at least I know how to use the reply button.
"Nine times out of ten these pieces of junk will simply not work without full admin rights, or if they do they don't work correctly."
Right Click "Run As Admin"
Heck even create an account for that application. Edit shortcut. Set to Run As....
Been doing that since XP.
The same way that many "Windows" issues are caused by people ignoring all the dam warnings and running as full admin.
So should a zero day is found in Linux in 2017 that exposes all web-servers to root access, who's going to stump up the $5 million to beat it?
And they have a totally different style of teaching.
It's a scam.
...that HP sauce is made in the Netherlands.
The only ones that can compete are AWS and MS.
Choose your poison.
..my short term phishing scam now costs even less to run.
Top 10% average = Speed A
Bottom 10% average = Speed B
Overall Average = Speed C
This has to be done for each area covered by a particular exchange.
Oh and upload speed averages as well please.
"Not that I care; I was using it a little but deleted my account this year."
No you didn't you merely hid it from view.
...Mrs Old Mrs Miggings will not only loose everything in her Current account, but also her savings account and her ISA
I can pretty much guarantee Microsoft have better DDoS protection than 99% of businesses, unless they themselves are front-ended by someone else.
Even a low grade DDoS will take out most business connections.
Oh how I wish I could dump the sack of shit...
I agree, I can get 70mb with BT or 2mb with Virgin (at twice the price)