18 posts • joined 19 Oct 2009
"prone to stress and bending when placed in tight spaces such as pants pockets"
keeping a phone in you pants is maybe going a little too far on the security front. Must have been a battle in there!
Time to shine :)
Assuming enough of the right people and teams get to move over, I expect the former IBM x86 world to really have a chance to shine now that it will be part of company that actually wants it.....oh and it does not have to worry about upsetting other parts of IBM....*cough* power
like so many of these hip and modern things.. who cares about the camera, the lens, the special type of artificial snow..... show me the film! So they taped a camera (which happens to be in a phone) to a lens.... next...
unless you are a camera operator at which it becomes I suspect a case of. very nice toy for a student project. next...
and that's a movie? not sure I can finish my popcorn in that time...
truly car manufacturers have peaked if this is progress.....
and so as the android world thrashes around...... Apple's closed and controlled world appeals more and more to normal people (who just want it to work to and don't worry about being restrained)
Can someone tell me if it is still 2011? I feel like I am back in 2002 when such issues were new news.
I remember the wonderful expressions on datacentre managers when they realised just how many KW a rack could potentially draw. priceless.
note that I ought to care really, but his PANTS were that low. blimey I really am "out of touch"
I have a plan for this evening now
time to crank up the video (yes video) player and have a laugh!
all this makes me think of.....
a regular outsourcing affair.... SLAs, tight security, monitoring provider.... sounds like best way to get a real grown up solution that you can bet you business on it to forget the caring, sharing, woolly cloud part and just straight outsource it.....
the fins don't move, so how are they moving? watching the video magnets look likely.. especially the one that is not going straight...
Sorry, we couldn't find a policing area that matched your search
Is that a good thing or a bad thing... and who is driving that police car that hangs around if not a police man/woman ???
time to put another bolt on the door.
I think the comparison with the Elgin marbles is a bit off target.. Greek historic pieces being nabbed could be said to be Greek and demanded back.....but a map drawn by a visitor was hardly ever the ownership of any Aus inhabitant...
sorry Aus but asking nicely might be more appropriate...
not in the US at least!
No sign of a multi page health and safety review on this occasion it seems... or even a sniff of common sense for that matter.
Nexus rings a bell....
but how does it integrate with Cisco's Nexus products? Maybe it is a supremely entry level version? 1 vs 5000 etc.
now where are my snowman building gloves....
Go pick on a bad program!
my 4 year old think Mr Tumble is great and so do I ! so what if he gets tickled by a couple of ladies in bearskins who looks like they are enjoying it a little too much...
shall we turn the cannon on say... Popshop?
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