35 posts • joined Friday 4th February 2011 11:22 GMT
Re: "the communications equivalent of the change the jet engine made over steam".
That's exactly what I thought when I read that statement too. Have an upvote sir!
Re: @ Nick Ryan
But wouldn't a vegetarian be able to eat this stuff, given that it is synthesized meat rather than a dead animal?
"It's unclear why the person who uploaded the list waited so long to spill the goodies after the original breach" - Really slow upload rate?
Speaking of non-IT related shite on El Reg....
.....when was the last time we had a legitimate Paris Hilton related story!!!
All these Blackberrys were a complete waste of money.
[Sent from my "other waste of taxpayer money" iPad]
......their new HQ looks to use an awful lot of steel/glass/concrete.
As the old adage goes.....
....you can't con an honest man.
Good luck SpaceX / NASA
Really hope they manage to pull this docking off.
Nice of them to let us know it's going to be crap before the cameras even start rolling.
"Cookies are small text files that record internet users' online activity and store the information on a user's computer"
Thanks for that El Reg! Even though this is a techie site - and the majority of readers will be techies - i'm glad you took the time to clarify that for us; I was just about to drop a bag of choc-chips in the bin in case they were tracking my activity!
"Am I the only person who finds Ferrell not as funny as everyone says he is?" - No, you're not.
But back to the article; is it just me or does that thing look like a 6-legged sparrow with antennae?
There was no metion of money, but I'd guess Microsoft priced it too low; if they'd told Zuck he could have it for $50 Billion he'd have snapped it up.
hey!! I'm from Hull and i totally disag.......... actually, never mind.
I'm sure the mindless drosses would be perfectly happy with capital punishment if it was in some sort of X-Factor/The Voice/Strictly/any other crap vote show, where the crim with the fewest votes got it in the neck.
should an adivosry board not be made up of "impartial" technology experts rather than corporates with a vested commercial interest? Or, if they have to be corporates, how about some from, oh i don't know, maybe some British owned companies.
...if the cube emits a sound, but nobody can hear it, does the cube still emit a sound?
Thank $deity he didn't have.....
"Push the Button" by the Sugarbabes on there!
Can we please tell us what the approved age range is to be considered "middle-aged"? 66 seems a bit outside the boundaries to me.
Unfortunately you need to bear in mind that the majority of Facebooks users are not "tech savvy" and will have no idea what information it is sharing/collecting, and i suspect most of them won't even care.
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