9 posts • joined 29 Mar 2010
nothing that cant be sorted with a new taxhttp://www.theregister.co.uk/Design/graphics/icons/comment/facepalm_32.png
the day the music (finaly) died
Well I certainly wont pay for any music in a lossy format
the end of the internet as we know it
the suits and spreadsheet jockeys have long been wanting to get control of the Internet so get ready for more traffic shaping and higher costs .
we hear about issues that effect us first in the press
bt staff 28 years in
5 years and 5 3/4 months to go (or less)
Ross is going soon
that will cove half the cost,and if they revise there policy of employing "celebs" for the other stations and just find people with talent for broadcasting we may get some change from our license fee
sorry we have to let you go
but here;s a billion pounds in severance pay and a pension of a million a year. paid into whatever tax haven you chose
that will sure hurt !!!!!!!!!
love my linux but
there is no real substitute for wavelab ( yes i have tried them all) for audio editing which runs fine under wine, also there is no good newsreader ,pan is ok but let down by lack of ssl and linux par 2 support falls a long way short of windows, so for me its linux and wine for the time being. with a big thank you to the wine development team for letting me use my fav apps in a better environment.
the real truth
if the deadline for network upgrades is missed the top managers may not get their bonus next yearhttp://www.theregister.co.uk/Design/graphics/icons/comment/unhappy_32.png
I'm starting to get worried about my pension
To be fair ,working for bt as I do the staff involved were probably horrified at this , but in today's bt it is not possible to have any opinion that does not agree with the senior management.
It almost seems if the new management motto is
don't think........... unless your thinking that I'm right.