30 posts • joined Monday 19th April 2010 11:45 GMT
Look at Me!
I could understand if Google Glass filmed the wearer and posted the images on-line in "Look at Me!" sycophantic manner, but why go around filming everyone else? I really don't get the point.
Should have just added ADVFS into the kernel when HP open sourced it....
The ICO and OFCOM need to stop being spineless and shut these companies down. When they're done with that they need to move on to companies leaving recorded messages - which aren't presently covered by the same regulations.
If all this iShite stuff really made people more productive I'm sure there's be a gazzillion research papers backing it up and companies would be buying it as standard anyway.
Blame the Government
It's all the Governments fault for forcing the banks to offer PPI refunds, and that stupid grant for cavity wall insullation. I've never taken out PPI with loans, and I don't want cavity wall insullation. There's aother piece of nonsense just been announced by the latest shambolic idiots in charge of the country and straight away you realise that it's just another excuse for the spammers to try and call you endlessly.
Write to your MP and tell them to stop interfering. Any party will do, they're all shambolic idiots unfit to govern.
Paying for content
...or they could just charge for all of the ripped off content that's already on there and pay the owners from the fee?
Re: cloudy flexibility meets touchy-feely
But if you ask 3 medical staff how they work you'll get at least 3 different answers. This is why a country wide system will never work. Particularly now that hospitals, AKA Health Trusts are essentially disparate companies.
That said, it really shouldn't be that difficult to create a database table with 65million rows in it?
I've spent a year or more telling cavity wall installers and PPI "ambulance" chasers to piss off! I'm fed up with the government announcing these schemes that do nothing but generate nusiance 'silent' phone calls for me.
"According to our records..." No, I've never had PPI, your records are WRONG, and don't I want cavity wall insulation.
Go away! Leave me alone!
Re: Amazon just got 100% of my buisness.
100% of your business and pay no taxes for the privilege of it!
To paraphrase Oscar Wilde...
"To lose one disk, Mr Smith, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose three looks like carelessness."?
After 3 disk failures I'd be checking the RAID controllers and stuff to ensure it's not something other than a disk issue. Unless you tell me it's software RAID that is, then I'll just laugh at you.
Oh for f....
Angry Birds in Space and Pinball Maniacs? If this is the best use of technology and online app stores, then the probablity of me ever buying this crap from Apple reduces by the day! I'll stick with my Nokia 6210 thanks...
The more I read, the less I ever want to buy anything from Apple. Frankly, I'd rather go without than get suckered in to paying them any money.
I really struggle to see the point of this. Why would I want to give money to a third party to 'look after' so I can then spend it later. If I want to make a cash transaction I'll use a debit card, or horror of horrors, cash. This is simply a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. and a way for Vodfone and Visa to hold onto your cash so that they can earn interest on it.
I have iPlayer on my Sony Blu-Ray player. It works well enough, but it's a bit of a faff to start it, pressing ok multiple times, and searching for stuff using a standard remote is a chore. It has other stuff, but I'm not bothered about being able to watch Youtube on a TV, especially when searching for anything is such a chore.
7/10. Must try harder
RE: USB ports should be closed
So where do I plug my keyboard and mouse into?
Disk going the same way as tape?
You mean hanging around and going nowhere fast??
WELL FCUK YOU MOTHER FCUKER!!
How dare you put all those 'web designers' out of work!
Who pays the fines?
What's the point in fining public bodies such as Customs and Revenue or NHS? All you're doing is shovelling money from one government department to another. If you want to penalise public bodies then the only solution is start firing people.
we'd need a large team of people to manage the 30,000 devices which need to be supported?
"Venerable: commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity"
Since when did this ever apply to BT?
Maybe Virgin Media should start with the basics before offering to provide services to villages. They can't get fibre rolled out in the mid sized town I live in. This is particularly annoying when you live on a new estate that has all the ducting in place from the point when the estate was built less than 10 years ago.
Reliability over speed
Solaris may be slower, but at least it works, and you get meaningful support from Sun (or at least you do at present). Move to Linux / blades and move to a world of random meaningless error messages and no possibility of proper fault diagnosis. The only way you get hardware fixed on blades is to keep swapping bits until the problem stops re-occurring. That's hardly viable for a mission critical solution?
I'm amazed anyone understands it well enough to patent it!
for the memories. Now go away!! Printing is THE biggest pain in the arse in IT. Adding a layer of complexity is not the way to resolve this.
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