11 posts • joined 4 Jun 2007
Im more concerned the site links to Facebook/digg it etc when they are sites clearly not aimed at under 13s (despite the fact they use them in reality).
With the Facebook application for Blackberries you can take a photo and immediatly tag and upload it to Facebook.
Paris because shes just as hot.
Surprised its taken so long to be honest.
Says Paris Hilton herself. Thats not IE6 its Firefox!
All these people moaning including the articles author need to go and read a book titled along the lines of "Supply and Demand". Most GCSE Economic students seem to have a greater understanding that the seasoned *cough* professionals on here.
Re: If you want privacy...
As Patrick says, you can change your privacy settings. Facebook had/has a warning on peoples homepages telling them this is about to happen and that they can change their privacy settings to opt out.
re: wont stop people doing it
Another 50? Surely that is a rather conservative estimate!
Dear El Reg,
Please we shoot all people who use the.. IT WAS SARCASTIC comment to get out of their own insecurities/poor jokes.
"Mary Turner said: "The internet was not set up with a view to distributing video"
Possibly a candidate for most retarded comment of the year? Especially from a CEO of a large ISP.
But it really is the poor mans F1.
NASCAR really is the poor mans formula one. You say NASCAR is worth $91 million dollars.
Last year alone one of the worst teams in F1 managed to spend $57 million (Toro Rosso) and the total spend (estimated) by 11 teams was $2,986 million.
Not to mention F1 brings innovation and expensive technology, whilst NASCAR use pimped up versions of my grandads accord.
Ill have some of whatever monkey boy is smoking.
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