18 posts • joined Friday 10th September 2010 11:52 GMT
To delete the email and not send a bounce message back to the sender informing them that is hasn't gotten through is extremely back practice. Were any bounce messages sent to the senders of those messages that were deleted?
Re: What are they all doing?
You have to be trolling, right?
It's all very well encrypting the credit card into in the database, though when you leave the salt in plain text in your config files and the whole cPanel account backup gets offered up for download then that encryption pretty much means squat.
Cancel your cards people.
If you want something doing...
All this made me want to do is smash up a printer, properly.
Slow-mo the video and dress it up with dubstep all you want; these misguided axe/hammer attempts have left me frustrated more than anything.
It has a typo:
Its screwing with my OCD...
The "network server" was down?
If its "PC" media you're after...
...add the following to your whitelist and block all others:
PS: You say you'll be leaving though I'd be willing to bet you'll be back, recoiling at unexpected profanity once more (I mean seriously, who "recoils"?) and spreading your miserable view of life and how things "should be" upon all us commentards...
My condolences go to his family and friends, as others have said, 56 is too young.
It does make me wonder if perhaps this was the reason the iPhone 5 wasn't launched yesterday though; surely it'd be a PR nightmare to associate the new product with an event such as this?
A Pretty Decent App
I find it useful sometimes to have a graphical representation of my SD cards usage; it brought to my attention all the old backup files I had laying around that ROM Manager had placed before each upgrade.
So yeah, thanks for freeing up a few GB's.
Is it just me that thinks this every single time I read about one of these skiddy hacks?
<-- What I'd like to do to them...
I don't see the problem here, Raj is using Facebook in a way that is not supported; if this is causing issues for him, instead of labelling it as "discrimination" he should simply find a service which provides and supports the service he requires.
They've done a great job with the OCR recognition, took a blurry image of some small italic text from a text book next to me and it got around 97% of it all correct; the only bits it fell down on were some special characters which were formatted weirdly.
Great for snapping shots of documents to come back to later on your computer; who does word processing on a mobile anyways?!
Has anyone got any veras?
The title of this article "party like it's 1999" has meant I've spent most of my day listening to "Ebeneezer Good" by "Shamen"....
Oh what a carry on...
- Geek's Guide to Britain INSIDE GCHQ: Welcome to Cheltenham's cottage industry
- 'Catastrophic failure' of 3D-printed gun in Oz Police test
- Game Theory Is the next-gen console war already One?
- BBC suspends CTO after it wastes £100m on doomed IT system
- Peak Facebook: British users lose their Liking for Zuck's ad empire