14 posts • joined 27 Nov 2009
one of the better april fools
Cost of tapes
It was not the cot of the tapes that was to expensive, but the cost of the storage. The BBC and other production companies at the time just didn't have the spare space to store the hundreds of thousands of tapes from all productions in a secure controlled environment.
Did you ever find the Easter egg "Do me a favour"?
The sarcastic responses to the "I'm depressed" command were brilliant - sounded just like an ex of mine
A short burst of Gamma Radiation?
This telco got there first and wont share
Perhaps what we need, is a nationalised (or Not For Profit Organisation) that managed and ran all transmitters that any provider could use, you could call it the national gridamathingy
"So what's to stop all the officers in charge at a protest having a copy of this app running on their phones?" - AC has a point.
Just imagine the disinformation the police could then send - "South Street is Kettle free, head in that direction"
It's the perfect entrapment tool as who can then prove who sent the message?
Well it's kind of obvious where it comes out but
But single use going to be kind of expensive and not on the green wagon.
So which poor smuck do they give the job of sorting it out from the rest of the cr@p (literally) Will they have special toilets like at customs that allow them to sort and look for swallowed drugs after the laxative?
Re thats one fast chicken
I think it would have made much more sense if they had used a frog rather than a chicken and had some alligators on screen as well.
I can relate to that and to giant monkeys throwing barrels that you have to jump over
I'm surprised sky haven't already done it. There are probably a few like me who have the HD box but only get the free HD channels - I don't think its worth paying extra for. But even I might get fed up and cough up if i got the "upgrade your subscription" every time I went to 106 as they'd swapped HD & SD over.
eggs one basket cheaper???
Whilst it would be cheaper for central government sites...
it would then work out a lot more expensive for museums/charities and other organisations that have a partial funder remit.
The costs of setting up secure network links to meet HMG standards to manage the site are far more than having some standalone website in rackspace , some other hosting provider or even in the organisations own data centers.
So they are paying a kickback in order to stop the investigation into kickbacks?
No Keypad - Great Idea
My grandfather would find this idea for an emergency beside the bed phone.
When his old BT one died we really struggled to find one that was a) cordless b) large buttons and c) had multiple memory buttons (rather than a combination memory and address book lookup)
Not after all this time since his early days in the newsgroups.
This has got to be smoe sneaky bofh ish plan
Mind you did I in fact didnt I recall a B.O In Hell a very long time ago or was that just my alchohol hazed student days playing tricks on me.
WTF because it's now bugging me where Ifirst read BOFH (Nutworks rings a bell)
Repeat the trial without the external GPS
I've already got a good ipod holder in my car that plugs directly into the back of my radio and also charges it. I'd like to see the review done again withouit the external GPS. Oh and in Blighty.
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