2686 posts • joined 8 Oct 2006
Do they do a version upholstered in Burbury check?
what happened to the Riockall Times web site? That wasn't you lot was it?
yer thinking of Gruinard - would not get any sheep to stay on Rockall!
Next it will be the sneezing tax, I tell you.
Bollocks to this, I'm going to stick to cash.
Whats to stop the rozzers anonymously vibing...
Err, The fact that they are rozzers, and as thick as pigsh*t?
What else are they good for? Decorating bedrooms? Cooking steak?
He asks mischeviously
I wonder if this would have been as easy to spot on any other phone OS?
>If anyone else had made it, it would have taken over the world by now
Yes. Arriving working, and not falling to bits in 2 weeks would have made a huge difference
I don't enter into a contract to buy 30 gallons of petrol a month from BP and get a free Astra. I go and buy my Alfa and then fill it up whereever I choose.
People should buy their own handsets, then they will have the authority to decide what features shoulod be in it, not some vested-interest bandit
The correct response would be:
"Yeah. Dumb. We'e told the useless twat that if he does it he will be out. Keep an eye on him, and let us know, will you?"
Did you boot Linux to find out what worked and what didn't? And if not, why not?
Are we still without orbital weapons to test?
They should have called it Tizer. No-one can decide if that has a good or bad flavour
I had to run the Gem desktop for an OU module. What happened to that?
Rocks ahead. Time to put on the grey furry suit with the long tail, stick on some whiskers, and desert.
Warships run on W2K as well
..of which none were supplied with the MFP supplied by the office.
ALL of HPs printer software is bleeding annoying.
And they don't fix bugs.
I just reclaimed my yahoo name, for grins, and found a cluttered portal, not a search engine. There must be some incompatibility with something I set in 1998.
Does this article origintate elsewhere?
Its the banks, stupid
Banks owe a duty of care over credit cards which they want to say won't affect NFC. If someone rips off yer nfc device, they will argue that it is your problem like losing cash.
In the first round there was a £50 spend limit before a pin validation was required, in various forms. It is the vends within this total, the 60p newspaper, that is being sold as 'fast and convenient' - you don't see people using pins with oyster cards.
I think this is why most of the action is in the phone arena, despite banks issuing nfc equipped cards. The banks are trying to pretend it is nothing to do with them, whilst still raking off their merchant fees etc.
I want none of it at all. No-one asked me, it is just being foisted on us by vested interests
Assuming you want to stay with windows, how will the motherboard code learn the key for windows 9? or 10? Not only will this daft idea stop you running linux or qubes or whatever, but there is a good chance you will need a new mobo for each new version of windows.
Who benefits from that?
M$ ? yes
Mobo makers ? yes
users ? -err - umm - no.
I followed your wintek link and my browser started singing.
Bad register, naughty register. Go to your basket.
so just any external file server is a 'cloud' now?
Why would you need to identify tunes? don't DAB stations put the title in the data stream? And don't the inane^W DJs tell you what they are playing these days?
"careful and thoughtful deliberation"
That will have been a new experience for them, then
There are loads of industrial things, e.g. touchscreens, running CE. I wonder if the system designers knew how MS was going to leave them in the lurch when they adopted it?
Turd, meet Brasso. Brasso, meet Turd...
Now those actually sound like sensible things to be able to patent.
As far as I can see it is a superb method of filtering. By avoiding anyone with a .london name I can stripout all the self-important, opinionated, tosspots at a stroke.
Every time I buy a mango I have to leave it in the fruit bowl for weeks until it is any good.
When is SP1 due?
When did webmail become cloudmail?
>not even vaguely following the outline of the gastrointestinal tract
I was worried about that, as well as the clarity of the pics and the absence of even an outline of other organs.
if you want 3D you can always go to a theme park.
No-one is stopping talktalk getting a licence and digging up streets and pulling fibre.
Get on with, don't try and freeload on other people's ducts and then call them names
Every local reflection of the transmitted signal is going to add another copy at another phase that will want subtracting.
And the front end is going to have to remain linear over a huge dynamic range to avoid intermodulation (mixing) with arbitrary phase products.
It still sounds to me like something you can get working on a bench, but not in real life.
(Although I do believe some of the satellite-pirate phones do this, albeit with a very controlled signal path (no multipath, no local reflections) and a stable loss budget, to steal access in the guard bands)
As I came through Amsterdam Airport on Tuesday the KLM lounges had displays of tehtered samsung tabs and phones, and jolly nice they looked too.
I bought a camera instead.
Is he going to follow every employee into the toilet in bars?
It still needs another £150 off.
PC whirled, for example, have a SAMSUNG NP-NC110 for £249. And that has a 250G hard disk and a keyboard. And 11 hour battery life. And it's purple.
yes, and Yes. And yes.
"use it to engage" - absolutely. Clever exploitation of a new niche
"depend solely upon it" - stupid idea, giving control of your business method to someone over whom you have no contractual control.
"He needs to put his hand in his pocket."
But that is how he got into this problem in the first place, isn't it? Not putting his hand in his pocket.
The right way to use Farcebuk is to use it grab your customers and funnel them to a web site. If necessary, feed and cater for them there, with daily content changes, webcams, feedback forums, special offers.
>There are plenty of businesses that solely survive on being on facebook.
If they have no other plans they could be in real trouble. No-one plays golf with one club, or sets out to shoot a rogue elephant with a single bullet.
Like ebay traders who were suddenly soaked for bigger ebay premiums, or the entire country of Uruguay exporting only the one thing - corned beef - you are in severe danger of catching a cold in a monculture.
Dong business on the cheap
I have little sympathy.
If someone's business model is to freeload around the media space, and depend upon the cybergypsies they pick up along the way, then the old biblical tale of building a house on sand sounds like a far better planned arrangement.
Look, cheapskates, there is a reason that hosted web sites and web designers cost money: they are a proper way to do business. The electronic equivalent of flyposting is not.
@ Eddy Ito.
But No deal. Thank you very much.
I expect so
I was quite taken with the colour Nookie thing, but it is, and always will be, US only
Bit like XM satellite radio, or NASCAR
What I fail to understand
Is why there are any boffins still there. I would have run the moment the product line was scrapped.
Sounds like a business opportunity to me
A few white vans to Turkey, or wherever, and back
Homburg hat, trench coat, black oxford shoes, big poacher's pocket
Night time, street lamp, (black and white view)
"Psst - wanna buy a Galaxy tab?"
and once again
and once again, the short-termism inherent in a stock-market driven economy that only cares about quarterly results has grabbed defeat from the jaws of victory.
I am immensely saddened by the whole sorry fiasco
re: Why not integrate Bluetooth headset into pen?
Why not? There is a long tradition of sticking a pencil behind yer ear.
Or of the Man from Uncle talking into his pen.
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