3807 posts • joined Friday 28th May 2010 13:33 GMT
Ah that's what it was
I had a friendly email from Google this morning saying they hadn't been able to index my site.
He earns less than Wayne Rooney?
Re: I've been saying for years...
So by that argument El Reg's paper plane project wasn't innovative as it just used boring old paper and off the shelf components. I think you're confusing the word "innovate" with "invent".
Re: multimillionaire seeks funding?
>>Lord British is seeking hand-outs from people who will still have to pay for his product once it's completed.
Are you sure about that? Did you even both looking at the site? Getting a free copy of the game/CD is pretty normal on KS assuming you pledge a non-trivial amount... in this case $25 gets you a copy of the game as well as access to the beta program.
Re: Do new tld's really matter?
But your average user just types amazon+ENTER don't they?
Amazon's recent moves - background?
I thought they all made their bids last year, so what's this new turn of events?
So it's fine for a company to own a generic .com (DIY.com) but not a generic TLD? TLDs are profilerating to such an extent it seems little difference to me,
It annoys me there is no notepad++ for OSX. Yes I know there are built-in tools and probably better ones for OSX, but a consistent set of apps is nice for those of us who have to skip between multiple OS very frequently.
Your computer sucks
If it takes you a long time to wait for VS to boot up (not to load a project, just to load a file) you are doing it wrong.
Re: multimillionaire seeks funding?
>>if you're a multimillionaire you should fund your own projects. Like the rest of the successful business world do.
Well done for showing your utter ignorance of "the business world". A sizable business venture will typically require tens of millions, and no sensible businessman would put a large proportion of their money in one project.
"The rest of the successful business world" rely on attracting investors and partners precisely so they are operating at lower risk.
Apple has the same monopoly on tablets
Really? El Reg readers are always super keen to point out this isn't the case, and that the fact everybody you know uses iPad is just a bad sample based on you being a hipster knob with other hipster knob friends.
Re: Good Old MS
Don't forget good old Google and Apple who use exactly the same tricks and worse when they can get away with it.
Re: A third party fixes Windows 8...
Re: Classic Shell is free and open source, and has a community
If you've never used the functionality then your opinion that it's not useful isn't exactly worth much.
Re: Hang On
You mean like paying for Office because Wordpad doesn't do everything?
You don't HAVE to pay. If you like the functionality provided, buy it. Otherwise don't.
Typical Linuxboi... cutting off your nose to spite your face and then running around telling everyone about it like it's an achievement.
Re: Worked for me
Maybe MS will just buy it and make available as a powertool or whatever they call those things.
Well there's a surprise
IT workers outraged at idea of banning porn :)
>>it's based on the idea that all pornography is male abuse of women
No it isn't. It's based on the idea that this is an accurate GENERALISATION. In the same way that saying "women earn less than men in the UK" doesn't precude some women earning more than most men.
So you have to decide if the generalisation is a load of BS or not.
Re: 150MB per page!?
Even so that's a lot assuming compression is used. I suppose it's not simply "you may not always be sure that's an "e" and not an "G"" but being able to zoom in and look at the type of ink/paper/whatever.
Cool project anyway.
>>Let's be honest: If you're drinking less than half a dozen, then you don't really have any grounds for lecturing us pros on how we should be doing it.
On that logic I can't know anything about whisky unless I drink at least a half dozen drams a day? Or about sex unless I do it six times a day?
as Eadon would say, LOGIC FAIL
I never placed 3000 even though I loved 2000. Does it use proper 3D meaning I can run it at a decent resolution on a modern PC?
also, wikipedia says "A version of SimCity 3000, known simply as SimCity for iPhone, was released in 2011 for the iPhone and iPod Touch"
If anyone can confirm it runs well on W7 I am going to find a copy on eBay!
Re: O happy day...
If you feel so bad about it than rather than boycotting them, why don't you buy from amazon, work out the CT they haven't paid and therefore lowered their prices by, and then give it to HMRC directly (yes they do accept donations).
I'm guessing the reason why not is that you're a hypocrite who is happy to be outraged and moralistic about others, as long as it doesn't hurt their own pocket.
Re: Brewing Time
Why would you feed tea to pigs, it has little nutritional value.
I guess Tetley is the Coldplay of tea... actually nothing wrong with it but it's cool to jump on the bandwagon and express loathing towards it.
Meh. 30s of gentle agitation - don't mash the bag but keep it moving - does the same thing. Or using the string if it's that type of tea-bag.
Pyramidal bags are scientifically proven to infuse a LOT faster than regular ones too.
Re: Too late
Good to know you're making decisions rationally James. The facts change but your decision doesn't, way to run a business based on spite and emotion.
Saving face maybe, but many big corporations would just stick their feet in the mud and their fingers in their ears and ignore the complaints. So, well done MS, I guess. Sort of. Ish.
Re: Making Windows 8 look like Windows 7 isn't a climbdown?
>>Making Windows 8 look like Windows 7 isn't a climbdown?
How is disabling some W8 features making it like W7? They aren't putting the start-button back, just disabling features to stop people being able to run up applications.
I thought Amazon were already on schedule (in the US) to have free same day delivery as standard in major cities, by having massive warehouses?
Probably because Pi is using the 'wrong' Linux variant or something equally heinous.
So I have to search a whole list of shops for the product I want, then check if the cheapest is part of Google Express, then order? If it is delayed or doesn't turn up, who do I chase up?
Whereas with Amazon I just go to their site, order it and chase Amazon if there is an issue, and they will undoubtedly ship a replacement immediately, rather than wait to see where the original turns up.
I find Google product search is pretty annoying to start with, but maybe that's just my shopping habits.
Re: Free delivery better
Nope. Everything arrives next day or the day after depending when I order.
Although I will say their free delivery is pretty good, way better than play.com.
Re: How to judge Win 8 popularity
How true. So many people deliberately won't learn how to use the bloody Ribbon so they can complain it's too difficult, while their parents struggle for an hour or two and then get on with it.