26 posts • joined 5 Nov 2009
Re: Web site - does it exist
It doesn't yet, but it will soon, you just gave me a wonderful idea.
Fails the first test.
Test 1. Does it have a number pad?
I'm assuming this is a typo?
73 million units compared to 37,900 device running Android.
Only 89 years to wait
Tesla 300-mile e-car UK Debut set for 2103
Excellent, by then we should be able to drive it using a direct brain to car interface
City IT manager accused of brazenly COPYING mayor's email
Fixed that title for you.
Eircom are in trouble.
Finally, I get to prove how crap Eircom really are.
Advertised Speed : 8MB
Actual Speed : 2MB on a good day with a stiff wind behind them.
I'm completely not understanding the reason that the insurance company is sueing here.
Step 1. Sony get hacked.
Step 2. Sony submit claim.
Step 3. Zurich says 'You're not covered idiot'
Step 4. We all laugh at Sony.
No need to sue, just all stand around and laugh at Sony.
There is a standard edition you know.
Just buy the standard edition, its the same game and if you really want the jumble, just wait until your local game store reduces it to 10 quid to get their shelf space back.
So why are the called laptops then?
Why are they called laptops if you cant put them on your lap?
Surely they should be called 'do not place on your lap as it causes you to look like an old scottish woman' tops?
Colour blind witness?
Did they not maybe figure that the reason the hair was green was because the witness saw it as NOT green due to colour blindness?
360 quid a day to shovel shit!!!
Hand me a shovel!
Turn off your PC.
Dammit , don't people turn off their PCs anymore.
No matter how much malware and shite is on a PC its gonna have a tough time recording you doing the horizontal dance if you just turn the damn thing off before you go to bed.
Cost Price on Shelf Labels?
Wouldn't that be nice
Who needs enemies?
A military spokesman said officials are "extremely confident in the safety and security of the GPS system from enemy attack."
We are of course scared shitless that some snotty nosed sys-op back at base is gonna screw it all up again!!
Because she knows all about 'deep penetration'
Thank you, con again!
So here we have well educated prisoners, in a 3rd world country, being given PCs and access to banking information.
I don't see much problems here, do you?
Law in Ireland slightly different.
In Ireland the offense is 'Holding a mobile phone while driving' and costs 2 penalty points
You don't even have to be using it.
From the April 2010 statistics almost 90,000 points were given out so over here its definitely being enforced.
Facebook has ads???
I only just realised while reading this that there are ads on farcebook, I've only ever opened it with adblock running so never even realised.
Just goes to show how good adblock does its job
Official : "Mr BOFH, you're fired, please hand over all passwords"
Mr BOFH : "I'm not an employee of your company, therefore I have no reason to know any of your passwords and have wiped them from my mind, you will need to retrieve them from the secure location they are stored in"
Official : "Thank you Mr BOFH, where is this secure location"
Mr BOFH : "I'm not an employee of your company therefore have no reason to know where this location is and have wiped it from my mind" .....
And don't pay the postage!
Don't forget that when you're mailing in the 8 x 4 plywood sheets to BT, either use their freepost address, if they have one or just don't pay the postage.
Who do you want to do today?
Thank you mr policeman.
The Police pointed out a number of domains to Nominet,
Nominet investigated them and discovered the violated the agreed upon contract and suspended them,
whats the problem?
If Nominet had suspended properly registered and valid domains without a court order then step on them, but in this case, the police told them something, the looked at the domains, found they were wrongly registered and suspended them.
anyone that was affected could have simply updated their details with valid details and got turned back on again. As has happened with the valid ones that were suspended.
First rule of marketing ...
know your target market, and these guys obviously do.
I don't think the world has much to fear from terrorists who's only source of inspiration is a video game.
If we do then watch out for the terrorists who start rolling a small little ball of rubbish around, pretty soon they'll roll the whole world !!!!!
Cheap in Ireland
Got it from Smyths in Ireland on day of release for 40 euro, which has now been bumped up to 54 euro.
Is this a new tactic, launch day have it about 25% cheaper and then bump it up, as its the first time I've seen it.
I will of course be taking advantage of this tactic next weekend for Assassassassassassassassins Creed :)
Paris (her price is always low)
Rules of the Road.
I don't know the exact rule of the roads over in England, but here in Ireland it is actually against the law to have ANYTHING in your hand while driving.
Its considered that if you have anything in your hands that you are not giving complete attention to your driving and so you can be done for driving without due care and attention.
I can't find the news report right now, but I do remember that a few years ago there was a successful prosecution of a man who was eating an apple while driving!!! He obviously ran into the cop on a really bad day :)
Paris (because holding any part of her would definitely be a distraction)
- Apple: We'll unleash OS X Yosemite beta on the MASSES on 24 July
- Pics It's Google HQ - the British one: Reg man snaps covert shots INSIDE London offices
- White? Male? You work in tech? Let us guess ... Twitter? We KNEW it!
- The END of the FONDLESLAB KINGS? Apple and Samsung have reason to FEAR
- Researcher sat on critical IE bugs for THREE YEARS