519 posts • joined 4 Jul 2010
Re: What a fuckbag
I think you should have went with "Fuck a fuckload of fucks you fucking fuck fuck" for the maximum effect of what most of us are pretty much thinking... but close enough.
Re: Oh crap, here we go.
10 minutes.... It's mobile operators we're talking about here, don't you think 10 minutes is a little over optimistic for their bottom end of fair use. I would have guessed they preferred anywhere between 1 minute and 10 minutes.
I hate the self service tills, it's usually quicker to go to a free cashier than piss about with those things.
Since when did conspiratards ever let facts get in the way of a good conspiracy.
Yeah... Lets do this thing. One more corporate sponsor and it's practically a go.... Have you considered popping off something at Lindsey Lohan.. like a tweet. Maybe she'll drop you a grand to sponsor her namesake :-) (that is a joke... please don't)
Go on... Spend a quid, you know you want to.
People STILL fall for this
Happened on Gumtree as well with my daughter. She wan't particularly street savvy but even she smelt a rat when she received a cheque for £2000 for the £200 pound pram she was selling so of course we took the cheque to the police and handed it in.
I'll just move along
I've never worn a watch, I dislike them and the Samsung Gear, Moto 360 nor the Apple Chunky Watch is certainly not going to make me change my mind. I just don't see the point in it, many probably will (even those who didn't before Apple released one).
Re: BBC produces quality TV that the market can't...
Discovery hasn't discovered anything in quite some time other than Jim Bob Jr from Alibami And Tim Tom McGoober from Georgi have TVs and want to know what life is like in Alaski. History has found out that the only history we need to know about is buried somewhere in a storage locker and that the Ice Age involves trucks driving up and down on it. As for National Geographic... I honestly just have not the words. Oh yeah and the BBC can shove their licence fee up their Khyber pass.
Oh good...the iWatch. I can't wait.
Much in the same way as I can't wait to get piles as I further approach older age. No doubt I'll be able to chart my approaching health decline and general unfitness with some spangly new iWatch app and track the passing days towards my ultimate demise as it digitally ticks away...... colour me excited.
.... or am I just being a little too Victor Meldrew.
Re: Games are more like movies than software business
...or just take the money and retire on the proceeds. Trouble with the mobile games market is the competition is ridiculous even compared to the console and PC games markets and there are a lot more one hit wonders.
Not for me
I have enough problems trying to get the stupid thing to call my brothers number. I have pretty much given up on Siri now as I generally find it quicker to do it myself.
Re: Apple school of marketing?
Giggle of the day award to you sir.
Pay the man his f**king money. They've obviously had promotional benefit out of it but trying to use pathetic technicalities to avoid paying the man is reprehensible. Always the f**king photographer that gets screwed over and it's just not right, especially when it comes from organisations and people that should know better.
Re: Explosives factory
Explosives factory..... Just the job for the SPB as it's next (comedic) project. Get that paperwork in and get the ball rolling.
Re: Two girls and a cup
what exactly is two girls and a cup?
A couple of girls filling and sharing a cup of something that a. shouldn't be in a cup and b. shouldn't be shared.
Re: And yet...
It's not so much getting treated as second class citizens because you are on Android, it's because there is so much different hardware running so many different versions of Android that it can become a support and bug fix nightmare for developers. They don't have the same kind of problems with IOS and Apple hardware. Piracy is also a far bigger issue on Android that it is on IOS and when you put the two together a lot of developers are simply going to come to the conclusion that it's just not worth the hassle.
Linux maybe, but OSX.. You'd need to be off your tree.
I certainly wouldn't be looking to OSX for the long term, Apple phase out support for older OS's a hell of a lot quicker than MS do.
Re: How do you detect a tree?
My best guess would be using magnetometer. I just read the articles, I don't pretend to understand how they do half the stuff within them, I'm just amazed that they can do it.
...and one for "think of the children" section
Magnetic Integrated Navigational Guidance Environment
Try Uncover Land In Safe Area
Code Helping Avoid Vertical Enroute Tree Top Entanglement
Oh good!! I'll finally be able to upgrade that 3210 that I haven't used in 13 years :-S
I thought this might be appropriate... Pub O'Clock
Et cum inebriatum volumus succedunt
.... I know not a jot of Latin, so if Google Translate doesn't either, I'm fucked
No real surprise
I think most people have been expecting that for quite a while and even more so after WWDC. I can't say I'm a huge fan of it, personally I prefer Lightroom which left Aperture behind quite a while ago and it's only getting better. I'm sure though there's many out there who are happy enough to continue using it as it is as it suits their purposes, but as new cameras come out it's unlikely they'll get any love from Apple.
Re: Sad? probably. Surprising? no.
"The people qualified to judge have done so. Get over it."
Really, are you having a laugh? These are the same people who decided that yes, corporations were indeed people and then in an equally (if not more so) monumentally stupid decision, decided it would be a good idea to remove the limits on individual campaign contributions to politicians. Yup!!! They are in fact the very same imbeciles who last year struck down section 4 of the voting rights act. Quite frankly, the current members of the US Supreme Court has shown themselves to be completely incapable of making qualified judgements. I wouldn't trust them to be judges in a talent contest, never mind a courtroom.
...but Glarseholes just doesn't work as well as Glassholes. Still as true, but just doesn't work as well.
Another rumour from some random person who heard it from his friends aunts brothers grandfathers nephews friend whose cousin is best friends with a highly placed cleaner "who is familiar with the situation" because they clean the floors in Apple's R&D department.
If only we could build an entire internet industry around shit like this......... oh wait!!!
Photographers really have the poor end of the stick
Everyone thinks their work is just up for grabs by anyone and everyone. Even those who should know better and are the often among the first and loudest to complain about copyright "theft" of their work, i.e music artists often don't think twice about using someone else's images without permission or recompense. Now we have the ultimate land grab of orphan works images.... try that with music and see where it gets you, they even try to make a claim and routinely issue takedowns on CC music.
Honestly I think they have just given up
They have probably been bombarded with that many ridiculous patents now, that rather than go to the hassle now of doing what they are supposed to, they have now completely given up and just take the fee and rubber stamp everything with the view of letting them slog it out later in the patents court. Eventually the patents court will also get completely gummed up with people fighting stupid patents that should never have been granted.
Is this kind of scary?
I'm certainly not one to hold back the tide of science, but something about messing with DNA and creating synthetic life freaks me out a little... probably too many movies. I can see there may be medical benefits but to be honest I don't pretend to know or even understand a hundredth of this level of science which is why I ask "Is this kind of scary?" rather than state a fact that it is kind of scary.... so is it :-S
Re: Dear Reg editors:
I don't know about that, given some of the Supreme courts decisions lately, I think a reasonable expectation is that they are more likely to receive a more sensible judgement by the "Supremes" of the Diana Ross variety.
Why do I get the feeling...
... that more people are going to get screwed over in this deal if it goes forward.
The headline was fine... I just find something very fishy about the article.
He's a little optimistic.
Can't you just go with pigeon French and say "le nutts de mutts"
Re: Free speech
You are 100% correct but I'd also say this is not about HIS free speech, it's now about everyone else's. He has already made his donation and laid open his views through that donation, so he already made his free speech and is still free to continue doing so. Now we are using our free speech and OK Cupid are using their free speech to lay out our views, free speech is a two way street. He made a donation... we made a protest.
Re: No win.
Oh FFS, are you people still dragging out the old "if it's ok for gays to marry then why not an animal" argument. First off, WTF is it with your obsessions with wanting to marry animals. It's a ridiculous argument. Animals for a start are not consenting humans and quite frankly it's just a stupid argument.
Wow!!! Totes #amazeballs. Did it again, best Apple device ever...#gonnaqueuenow............. is something I will definitely not be putting on Twitter. If only so many more followed my example.
WTF is the point of this thing. I might as well just buy a fucking notebook, at least that comes with it's own screen protector (or shall we call it a keyboard). Sometimes bigger is not better and if this thing sells in any big numbers I will be truly amazed, I know choice it good but seriously Samsung... stop taking the piss.
How these people come up with this stuff baffles me more than the stuff they come up with. Oh well.... I managed to design a nice spoon in woodwork 30 years ago, I guess I peaked early!!
Damn it people
Did you have to plan it for a Grand Prix weekend. Now I'm torn... LOHAN test or F1 qualifying. Fuck it, I can record the qualifying.
It's hard to believe it's been so long
It's been almost three years since we first heard of LOHAN and she's only now getting some clothes on her. I am assuming the final test and launch will be sometime this summer.
Re: "Someone must pay a cost".
...and why should someone who may have no interest in Facebook, Candy Crush or whatever you may happen to do on your internet connection subsidise your usage... oh yeah it's called a subscription fee, they subscribe to the service to use it for the things that they need in exactly the same way as you do. Much in the same way as my taxes might happen to help pay for the road outside your house or the street lighting in your town, it's of no use to me, so why should I pay for it for your benefit. Someone may be using your ISP even less than you... why should they subsidise what to them may be your excess usage. Basically what I'm saying is.... stop being such a selfish whiner.
Re: AI is advancing!
"or a method of dropping off free beer for whoever's in the vicinity?"
I'm starting to like this drone idea. I'm going to suggest to every one of my neighbours they start to order their alcohol in this fashion the minute it's available.... me no...I don't drink...err... yeah that's it... I don't drink.
.................... what do mean your deliveries keep going missing?
Re: Suck it, Apple.
Really Mike, because the only thing I think about when I'm plugging my iPhone in to charge is "the battery is getting a bit low, I'd better charge it".
Re: It's official... and available to order on the Apple UK store
I will..... just not the one for the 5C.
Reminds me of Jim Bowen on Bullseye
......and here's what you could have had... now f**k off!!!
As there wasn't a deluge of people running to Linux after Windows 95 support ended, or Windows 98 or Windows anything else I assume that this time there will also be a lack of a deluge. I realise that Linux users really want people to shift over but if for two decades you can't persuade many people to pay nothing to switch to something totally free with no strings attached other than learning how to use a new OS then it's not really looking good for a mass defection. I'm not against Linux here, I'm just saying the majority of people are perfectly happy to continue with the familiarity of Windows which they see as being free anyway because they bought this PC and it already has Windows. They don't care about the licensing deals and behind the scenes BS that adds a little extra to the cost of their PC.
Re: The problem with "thermonuclear war
The only winning move is.... not to play
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