Re: Tide Times UK
I use EasyTide, bookmarked to show 2 days at my location.
1241 posts • joined 18 Feb 2010
I use EasyTide, bookmarked to show 2 days at my location.
Wandering down a country lane in Switzerland you may notice some strange metal triangles in the road. Looking ahead you may well see a traditional style barn. The triangles are a tank trap, the barn is a concrete fake with a big cannon pointed directly at the tank trap. I think that they were expecting the Russians.
Try this simple test of usability...
Linux Mint: Press the Winkey and start typing "update", it will take you to the software update utility. The utility will tell you what each update will do.
Windows 8: Do whatever you like, you won't find the update utility! Resort to Google, then find that the update utility just says "1.2 GB to download", won't tell you any other information and then also fails to download anything.
No intention of going to a place where the cops can take all your money with no way to get it back. They won't even reveal how much they have nabbed.
We just had the same crap in the UK. The ones that wanted to leave the EU spread FUD, mostly about immigration. From speaking to people in the pub ISTM that just about all the "Leave" voters are racists.
Putin must be happy knowing that Europe is weakened.
Now your Mr. Trump is doing the same thing, spreading FUD and relying on peoples paranoia. I don't know much about H. Clinton but she does have political experience.
You are both clever guys but you seem to have been fooled by the bullshit that Trumps talks. The man is an obnoxious arsehole, I would not buy a second-hand car from him.
For an insight to right-pondian views please look at the 9th. Sept. (4 of 68) cartoon at the following link. The cowering critter is Trump's toupee :)
What f***ing use is this system on a ship? Are you going to send a sailor down to wipe the glass clean? You might need more sailors and a big supply of chamois leathers.
Had clients that who denied changing the theme to white text on a white background.
If convicted here he would most likely get 6 years.
If convicted in the USA he would get 60 years.
It cannot make sense to destroy someone's life for a foolish endeavour where nobody got hurt.
This country has been in thrall to the USA for too long, unfortunately no-one has the balls to tell them to f-off.
Charities these days are a sham.
Ask the folk on the yacht we rescued in a storm 10. I'm just a volunteer who gives my time :(
If you think of the USA as being the last bastion of decency then we are all borked. The greedy bastards have grabbed everything :( They don't realise that it will all fall apart pretty soon. Bunker prices are going up!
Why not use the speed as the rental cost. Say the ISP states "Up to 100 mbs" for £X p.m. then if I can only get 10 mbs I only have to pay £X/10 p.m. That might spur them to improve their services.
Today I had the misfortune to be using* a Windows 8 laptop. Using "Search" for "Windows updates" or just "Updates" got no results, I had to Google how to find it. Maybe station Q can go back in time and fix that mess.
*It now dual boots with Ubuntu
Yes, I have you listed as arsehole#6
I used a Pi in a kiosk for a local museum. As they have no internet connection it's just an offline version of their web-site. As they enter and leave all the power is switched on or off at the main breaker. Most of the lights are fluorescent but the Pi is still booting up OK after a year of hard shutdowns.
Must buy more!
Let me guess, it still thinks that an .iso is an unknown file format.
On a slightly related note I just bought a second hand laptop with Windows 8. I cannot put into words my horror and confusion about this total crock of shite. I've only had a PC since 1987, maybe I'm just not computer savvy enough to use Win 8. Ubuntu to the rescue!
I'm one of the people that do not have a TV but watched the iPlayer. Now you want me to pay but there are a few problems.
1) Bandwidth: Ask BT why this country is lagging behind, sometimes I cannot even stream radio :(
2) Your reliance on Flash: I only use Linux, none of your download options work. Please remove the "Autoplay" function because it does not work as intended. If I switch it off then my choice is ignored. If I watch a video of a volcano why do you think that I'd be interested in every other fucking volcano that exists?
3) I'm not going to pay the licence fee, fuck you!
The only way to be sure is to nuke Orbit from it!
I'll get my coat now...
I looked closely at the picture in the "5 story screen" article. Just to the right of the screen was a crowd control barrier making the screen approximately 7 ft. tall.
has a translation function?"
Teh 'merkins invented the interwebs but can't work it :(
Shite website is full of shite!
You are Milo Yiannopolis and I claim my £5.
I would upvote you more if I could. I was contemplating EE as my O2 coverage here is bad. After reading this article I'll stay with O2 for a while yet.
If you rub a balloon on your jumper it will stick to the wall. So was this blimp attracted to the ground?
icon: going down ===============>
Someone above posted that it would be a good time to open a Windows repair shop. In brief ; I would rather gnaw my arm off rather than try to fix Windows 10.
"But I would not inflict Linux on an ordinary user, either family/friends or in a business, would be a support nightmare"
In my experience you are wrong. I get about one support request a year from Linux users.
Aren't they the arch enemy of the mysterons?
>Well, as the old saying goes - Americans learn geography from war. Seeing as they have never gone to war with the Aussies, how can they know where Australia is?
The CIA knew where it was when they destabilised the Australian government. It always makes me laugh when the yanks bleat on about democracy while getting rid of any democratically elected government that they dislike. Too many to list so here's just one: http://www.williambowles.info/spysrus/cia_australia.html
I'm not seeing *any* images.
Will it play The Blue Danube?
"But what BT has done is incremental."
BT got £16 million from the Scottish parliament and upgraded our exchange to 512kbs. The scheme was codenamed "Exchange Activate" but should have been called "Rip-off the tax payer".
Luckily I can now stream video if there is no rain and it is between the hours of 1 to 5 a.m.
At this rate of "incremental" I'll be dead before fast broadband is available here. :(
Nope, it was Lisbeth Salander. Every fule kno that.
Also, ooops! (see above)
In my case it's the BBC who'll be losing. I'm one of the freetards without a TV but who uses iPlayer. That is I used to use it because these days my internet is too slow to stream it. So I won't be buying a TV licence, sorry!
BTW, BT is my least favourite company, they are total ***********!
Yup, I abandoned Skype the moment that Microsoft bought it. I do not trust them.
>>Spongers. If you don't like their revenue model, don't use them.
Exactly, I don't use them, view them or go there. I also block *all* adverts for security reasons. Your "industry" is borked.
This guy seems to have got off to a good start, scroll down to see the screenshots.
Known here as a crock o'shite
I bow to your superior knowledge and that 120mm barrel pointing at me.
" there's one where through some freak but nevertheless physically possible coincidence I turn out to be immortal."
Unfortunately that Universe has a habit of collapsing on Wednesdays :(
Crikey! This makes British Telecom look like amateurs.
Is all that Trump crap made in China?
Maybe you had to be there, I'm glad that I was not.
I use Chrome for similar reasons but on Ubuntu 15.10 it crashes a lot. Example 1: Log into bank, and get a "WebGL has crashed, continue or reload?". Example 2: Log into Plex and after streaming some movies and quitting I find that Chrome had actually crashed at the login screen (the auto fill password is where it goes wrong). Maybe these problems will go away when I get around to installing 16.04.
Chrome version 51.0.2704.106 (64-bit)
If only it were possible to make a Galaxy Quest 2. Star Trek is just USA in space :(
Do you think that's photons you’re seeing?
Meanwhile at my house, the video that I was just watching on the BBC news site stopped playing with a "Not enough bandwidth" message.
Which nicely illuminate my shed.
Grey Goo has just confirmed why I will never turn off my ad-blocker.