Re: One more thing
" We used to have detector vans which could pick up what you were watching on CRT "
No they couldn't.
66 posts • joined 26 Feb 2010
" We used to have detector vans which could pick up what you were watching on CRT "
No they couldn't.
What the fuck is 'London time'??
Science Fiction is no different to almost any movie/TV/book genre insofar as it's purely escapism, so pull your head out of your arse.
Annoyingly, TeamRock Radio are binning DAB to go online/mobile app only, despite pretty much every person commenting on their website & FB page saying it'll stop them from listening due to not having unlimited data to piss away.
TRR have already said it'll save them around £1m per year in fees...
"Anything that needs nuking TWICE is seriously badass"
He showed he was incapable of behaving correctly in society, even when he knew the possible punishment, and continued to act like a criminal. The size of the item he stole is absolutely irrelevant, the fact is, he was a repeat offender.
"Try having 2 of them doing it next to you at a table in a restaurant. It happened to me recently - 2 guys slobbering all over each other and holding hands, etc. Made me feel physically sick. Needless to say I rapidly took my business elsewhere."
Jealous because they were getting some and you weren't, eh?
Open your mind to new things.
I backed a Richard Cheese autobiography (I *was* a big fan at the time) and paid for a physical copy to be shipped once produced.
The 'project' has been funded for three years now, the publication date is over two and a half years late, and keeps getting put back for any number of reasons.
Mark Davies (aka Richard Cheese) has been very public about the medical bills he's racked up over the past couple of years, so has likely pissed the money away on that.
He now uses the list of backers as a glorified mailing list, shilling his concerts, CDs tshirts etc, but never letting people know when they can expect the book.
He refuses to answer queries on the comments of his kickstarter page, telling people to email him directly (therefore keeping any answer private), and then emails those who leaves comments telling them to delete their comments.
When, he threw his toys out the pram, cancelled my pledge, refunded my money and emailed me telling me to never contact him again.
Mark Davies cashed out over $21k for a book that will never see the light of day, but Kickstarter didn't give the first fuck about the possible fraud, and sent me a copy/paste reply which didn't answer any other the questions/concerns I put to them...basically, they got their cut, so fuck off.
Xilo (https://www.xilo.net/adsl_broadband/) is fantastic.
Rock solid connection, static IP, and absolutely no download cap...I approached 700 gig one month* with no complaints from them.
*my old NAS went tits up with no backup, so I downloaded all the content again, as I couldn't be arsed re-ripping all my DVDs/Blu-Rays
I'm stunned at the amount of people who think Bronson has been hard done by, and want him released...there's even a pub here that named one of their bars the 'Free Charles Bronson Bar' in the psycho's honour.
Possibly a coincidence, but 3 (both 3G & 4G) has been down in a load of areas for several hours now...apparently EE is also having problems....
My car only has a 'Slime Kit' repair kit, and no spare. Anything more than a minor puncture requires a call out.
If not, I'll pass...shame really, as I'd like one, but it won't have 4G on 3.
I can get four Double Deckers for a quid in most supermarkets, and at least I know I'll like them.
Obviously the jelly babies, but the very brief impersonation by Capaldi when mentioning the mummy.
...who likes G+?
I've met many interesting people (both online, and in real life through it), had a lot of decent conversations in various tech circles, and find it cleaner and better to use than Facebook.
There are any number of other subs that have exactly the same type of stolen material in them, but because they're not celebs, they get to stay.
Let's not then go on to the subs dedicated to watching people die, including one specifically for pictures of dead kids...the Reddit admin have no problem keeping them going.
Bunch of fucking hypocrites.
If they both had full lungs, how could one breath into the other without her breathing out first to clear some room?
The switch on the top of the Pre was great.
No mess, no fuss, just a simple click and everything was silent.
Shame the rest of the hardware was pretty dodgy.
"Hopefully some of them will be putting some serious thought into developing a truly secure e-mail replacement (for hosting outside US and UK jurisdiction)"
Wouldn't matter, as soon as the email hit a UK/US ISP, the respective governments could/would require you to hand over the decryption key.
All your private communications belong to the Gov. You just are allowed to think it's actually private.
You honestly expected to have *not* found out by the time the episode aired in a few months time?
Not sure if you're trolling, or just stupid...
75 miles on a charge, but what was the ambient temperature during the test drive?
Driving one today, when it's currently -1 would surely impact on the range the battery can put out...
It all depends on what you want from each network...
Chatting to a friend in Poland (she uses FB Messenger almost exclusively to talk to everyone, so I have no choice).
Trading banter with colleagues and casting doubt on their sexual preferences (human, animal, vegetable etc).
Using my profile to log into sites that require it, such as Spotify used to.
Decent, intellectual, conversation with like-minded people and groups.
A much, *much* better cleaner interface.
Massively better mobile app.
As G+ are now rolling out site/app authentication using your G+ account, that's one less thing to use FB for - pretty soon it'll just be for chatting to my Polish mate and nothing else, and at that point, I'll probably consider just closing my account or stripping it bare of all personal info and using it as nothing more than a glorified MSN Messenger.
I'll not buy any more Nintendo stuff after how they responded when my first Wii went tits-up due to a knackered graphics chip (a known issue on the tech forums, caused by leaving it on standby rather than switching it off - it caused it to overheat and damage the chip...Nintendo denied this...)
As it was well out of warranty, I bought a new one and then contacted them to transfer all my DLC over to the new one.
They flat out refused, saying I should have sent my old one to them, paid for their repair, and they would have transferred everything over to a refurb unit so basically I was screwed.
Oh, apparently everyone on any tech forums was wrong, and there's "no issue with the Wii, and if they've had problems, then they're obviously pirates who have broken their system." (direct quote)
Would it be in bad taste for me to give that post a 'thumbs up'?
This is exactly what happened to me.
I had edited a page of a local radio DJ (at the invite of his co-host who had also edited it) to include the fact that he had previously had a hair transplant (which was true).
His co-host added a line saying the DJ had won a Sony Radio Award (which was also true)
Within minutes, both edits had been reverted, and when I asked why, the pompous prick moderator told me something along the lines of "you don't make the edits, we do" and banned my account.
Mine was down for a while, but as it coincided with my number porting over, I'm not too bothered..
It's back up and running now anyway.
$99.99 - $149.99 to rent music and never own it?
But only the female ones.....
£677 taken out of my account twice....thanks a bunch, tossers.
"I never leave apps running"
There's your problem.
Repeatedly opening and closing apps uses more juice than if you'd let Android decide for itself whether to leave them running in RAM or not...
An utter classic.
I lost count of the joysticks I knackered playing that.
Simon Mayo hosts it.
“Upon receipt of the Complaint, I reached out to Plaintiff and spoke to a self-described “Negotiator” in an effort to see if I could prove to them … that I had nothing to do with the alleged copyright infringements,” one defendant said. “The Negotiator was offered unfettered access to my computer, my employment records, and any other discovery they may need to show that I was not the culpable party. Instead, the Negotiator refused and was only willing to settle the Complaint for thousands of dollars.” The Negotiator later failed to return voice mails.
Doesn't that just say exactly what they're after?
Not justice, just money.
"OneCable Sync and Charge" ... "And it's only a tenner."
Price listed underneath = £35
"They brought out new Daleks so that Karen and Matt would be eye-to-eye-stalk with the new Daleks."
No, they brought out the new Daleks just in time for Christmas, and all that delicious merch money.
People watch ITV?
"Google and other search engines etc have a "takedown mechanism" in place by which content owners can send them a request to have something removed from the site or de-listed from search engine results."
So did Megaupload.
They've never been on any time I've gone through Manchester.
Let's hope he gets the spanking he deserves...
Vibrators take batteries, dildos don't.
They'll just wait till it's complete, claim they thought of it first and sue for infringment.
"What IP is there in a name?"
Start a company called Microsoft, and see how far you get with "but it's only a name..."
"Will the Mac support Freesat? Freeview HD? PVR Recording?"
At a price, probably.
I've got the latest already, but when I put more than, say, 30 books on in one go, it usually locks up when indexing them, requiring a full reboot.
Still worth it though.
Excellent bit of kit.
I paid this for mine from Borders before they went belly up (decent exchange rate at the time)
The battery life is a little dodgy on it, and occasionally it'll freeze if indexing a load of new content, but apart from that, worth every penny.
More to the point, fuck the developer for bending over for them.
Sod that....have you seen the price of diesel these day??