Re: They'll make everyone unemployed
83 posts • joined 5 Aug 2010
For the sake of one Letter, that could have been some amazing nominative determinism.
By whom one wonders....
It's because of the complications of the seats in Business/First with their greater range of motion to 180°. The back tips, the seat tips, there is lumbar and neck support, and it is all powered. There are many more dangerous places to lose the phone plus an unpowered sprung chair in cattle class may well not produce the force to puncture a PED, whereas the mechanics in a powered seat will keep on going. Perhaps they need some electric window type system to kill the power should any resistance be met?
One of Narcissist Heidi's children is called Cash!
On the other hand, you are being slightly disingenuous when you say she changed her name; you make it sound like she randomly changed it, where in fact she married one Chris Powell. I'm still on First Heidi's side though...
Computer & Network Security :-)
“It just worked like that,” Nixxer says, clicking his fingers.
Of course it did.
Can't access the website, but the mobile app seems to be working...
If you look at Didi's website, they offer a service called Hitch, which comes pretty close (still think Hitcher is expected to share costs fuel/tolls).
Well, it would make claiming the bounty rather awkward...
Turns out it was actually "viral marketing", which is a form of trolling I guess.
Yes, his definition of "robust action" is different from mine...
I hope it doesn't move across the city....I hope it comes from round the corner
No, it's peak 'peak'
a name for this scheme? A website? No clues in the article :-(
3.23 ha (7.9738 football pitches/ 1.5546 μ-Wales) according to a quick Google maps polygoning.
...the signal was sh!t!
when your pry it from my cold, dead hands!
They were advertising a bit around town. Postbox flyers and posters.
I remember looking at their coverage and whilst my central London place wasn't covered, the website used to show a map of where they were looking to place if they had more interest (can't seem to find it anymore) but I do remember that it was mostly, if not all, big blocks of residences (presumably the most cost effective way but meant it was going to be a long time coming to me).
Francoise is a woman
especially when you are going to talk about Ring(ing) it!
"perquisite" - nice
But then I saw him when I was a student at Leicester University in 1992 when Daniel B Myers dragged me along. I've revered him ever since (Bill Hicks, not Daniel B Myers)
Two wrongs don't make a right. Three lefts however, probably means you are in a minicab following his satnav...
And quite a few rifles apparently
I tested the site out back in March when this was being publicised and it worked well (unsurpisingly, given the vastly reduced load). I still had to go back and have another look now though :-)
how many 'nauts have "accidentally" got their appendages stuck?
...for the next series of "The Wire"!
I've had to switch to the mobile version on my desktop; I couldn't bear it any more.
They are irrelevant, annoying and and huge waste of space that has to be scrolled past to get to the article.
This requires an exact image of Wally. I seem to remember he changes subtly in every picture; angle, facial expression etc.
" I suspect the disc is tiny in value, compared to that of the data it holds."
"to climb almost any surface."
Like cattle in an abatoir
Since he had a drogue (or stabilisation "chute" as someone else has called it). Felix's record still stands since he did it without a drogue and truly free-fell.
Still, damn fine effort.
I store a lot of digital video in the cloud, well over 1TBs worth. Not a Bitcasa customer though
He said Jehovah!
poking by another name?
Fortunately, The Register suffered no such outage...
Is this the sort of tech that could make a car appear invisible (displaying what is seen on the other side of the car) if fitted on the doors rather than the bonnet (hood)?