243 posts • joined 19 Jan 2011
How many people lynched and killed by Anonymous?
Well done anonymous!
Tar and lynch the KKK!
"“It’s really like the future is here"
I didn't know the future was so sad.
Ifr you don't want your data to be used by somebody else, don't put them on the web, dammit!
Yahoo! buys! vid-pusher! BrightRoll! for! $640m!
Looks better, doesn't it?
I love the way astrophysicians get excited... when for most people pr0n does the trick, astrophysicians prefer comets observable from Mars... classy! ^^
It's to protect children of course
Or any other BS...
Promises in August, Layoffs in September
Everything is normal.
Our new lenovo had 8.1 on it. Now it has W7, and users are happy.
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!
From Murmansk to Crimea, an iron curtain is descending across the Continent.
.. for MS is just the opposite of Star trek one.
There must be a conspiracy somewhere...
For a man in charge to deal with patents, his behavior seems totally compatible with the intellectual properties
Re: One World Government Agency, Yah Right.
It's so true that local governments are not corrupted either...
Re: Last of the titans
Most companies are now leaded by managers, not entrepreneurs.
Slander boldly, something always sticks
Many hear the lie, few hear the rebutal.
Re: Picking the nit...
T34 was way superior to PzKpfw IV (better armament, larger tracks), the standard workhorse of Panzerdivisionen in 1943. I'm not even sure that Panther was better than T34/85, mostly because of its poor reliability and the risk to be immobilized by mud when weather was getting cold because of its "crossing wheels" design. And at the time Panters become more common, USSR had IS2. At the end of the war, USSR had the more efficient tanks.
Flying Heritage Collection
I knew for pigs, I didn't know that PzKpfw IV fly too
Re: BBC Worldwide
You're a journalist? That's more than enough to be considered a suspect!
Am I the only one to think...
...that storing passwords in a browser is a very bad idea?
Re: Morals, ethics, principles...
Please remind me what where the countries annexed by a EU or NATO member during the last 30 years?
Not mixing business and politics is the usual motto of companies not afraid to make business with the worst b'stards on this planet (1 Godwin point for me)
Re: Security questions?
Feck! How did you guess my answers? :doh:
Re: Ah but they didn't used Password
Did they even know their data on their iPhone was synchronized with iCloud and what it meant ? Was that a deliberate action, or a side-effect of a default choice imposed by Apple?
Deleted data stolen?
Ok for once with Apple, users should be more responsible when choosing passwords and secret questions, but data deleted by users being stolen.... WTF!?
Anyway, Apple's spin doctors are really efficient, because when the story was related in most mainstream media in France, journalists mentioned data stolen 'from the Cloud', not from iCloud.... and I'm not sure it's only because they know zeronada on IT.
Paranoid? Yes, and? ^^
But WTF is...
.. Facebook? Feckbook?
You are all terrorists! That's why we are all watching you.
To avoid this...
... we found a parade: no vnc nor teamviewer allowed, or the user would have to endure kneecapping.
For the moment, a very effective strategy ^^
or MSBS... but it may not be specific enough.
Sympathy for the Record Industry
It's good to see that so many people and so much money are mobilized to prevent such dangerous crimes, which can destroy our societies and our way of living. We have to thank all these governments to protect us from that terrible danger which is copyright infringement, one of the most vicious attack against the western world. That guy should considered himself as lucky, jet fighters should have destroy his home, which would have been an appropriate and proportionate response to his monstrous actions.
Adding insult to injury
Remember: you're not charged to receive magic number reminders.
Bring the rope, kid, we've got a salesman to deal with.
You did expect an apology?
Re: The tank used for the illustration ...
I was thinking at first it was an ISU-152, but you're right, the cannon doesn't seem to be that big, must be an ISU-122
There's something similar in France, through the website "Mémoires des Hommes". Notably, there's an online database listing the 1.3 millions who died during WW1 with a scan of the official document giving the name, the unit, the moment and the cause of the death.
It made a long time I hadn't that song stuck into my head.... thanks guys :nuke:
In MS universe, is 'Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit' codename for Firefox or Chrome?
Did Mr. Lewis see that?
Discussions must be interesting among El Reg's editors :^^
Re: It's sweet
" it's 60 minutes of call and 60 text messages" - Are you sure? I think it's 2 hours and unlimited SMS and MMS for 2 € / month, and for free if you have already a DSL subscription.
Also, with the regular package, I believe the degradation comes after 3 GB, not 2.
So a news headline takes 7 days to cross the channel... the channel must implement RFC 2549 I presume
Isn't it a little big for a suppository?
NoFX said it already
Never trust a hippy.
Security and Wi-fi?
Moon under surveillance
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition.
I'm watching it with Erik Satie in musical background... hypnotic Indeed.
Did any feminist threaten to kill you or rape you? If so you should refer to the police.
If you just don't like their arguments, then you just have to don't listen to them.
- Product round-up Ten excellent FREE PC apps to brighten your Windows
- Analysis Pity the poor Windows developer: The tools for desktop development are in disarray
- Chromecast video on UK, Euro TVs hertz so badly it makes us judder – but Google 'won't fix'
- Product round-up Ten Mac freeware apps for your new Apple baby
- Product round-up The Glorious Resolution: Feast your eyes on 5 HiDPI laptops