362 posts • joined 25 Feb 2011
Finally, I can pick my nose, scratch my arse and balls at the same time.
Sheer bliss like you've never known before.
is built into every apple product, but now it seems they are applying it to their users as well.
Wonder if they have the patent on "a method or system for completely frustrating the loved ones of a deceased person"?
Just downloading a copy of the "huge" file fomr the Hubble website. Then gonna take it to a wallpaper shop, and see if they can make some custom wallpaper for my study/workshop.
Might make up my own little "You are here" pointer so visitors can feel truly insignificant.
Re: Why not...
Because the fat arsed basement dwellers who find lolkatz amusing dont want to look at anything thinner than themselves.
Is Google is asking the govt to protect them for their users, when the govt should be doing more to protect its voters from Google.
Besides, if they wanna shuffle their money out of our country before paying the legitimate amount of tax on it, they can fuck off and stop doing business in this country.
A good bard would never have been so transparent.
While this is true, but why did he have to so thinly veil, or remove the veil, from his barbs in the first place?
Think on it. If nobody at the NSA could think to themselves"hey, what we're doing is a bit dodgy", then they obviously lack the brain power to understand the obfuscated humour and logic of a good bard.
I call bollocks on this shite.
What is the difference between them harvesting this information, and running every single piece of snail mail through a double sided scanner to capture sender and receiver "metadata", as well as size and weight specifications?
Now imagine the hue and cry that would arise should they announce plans to do that. Imagine the hordes of people calling bullshit on the "we need to track terrorists/kiddy fiddlers/my ex wife" excuses they are currently throwing around as the reasoning for capturing digital data,
Fuck these cunts right in their privacy invading earholes.
I hope they enjoyed my performance
My girlfriend googled my yahoo until I binged all over her facebook.
"Let’s face it, Apple doesn’t go out of their way to ensure users are self-aware."
What were the fanbois expecting?
An iFleshlight for them to show Steve exactly how much they loved him?
Re: West Virginia?
Who said he can?
After all, the US are the world leaders in ultra absorbent adult diapers. Now, if we could only convince them to wear them as headgear to stop all of the shit that dribbles out of their gobs.
Can you be scared of a dog who is destined to end its life in a brief, crunchy squeak beneath the heel of a sturdy boot?
The difference between
An evil genius, and a mad scientist, is that the evil genius knows to set up his lair in an extinct volcano, and not an active one.
What's the point of a DDoS on a website?
Whats the point of a boxer training against a bag that doesnt hit back?
Whats the point of learning to meditate to find inner peace in a silent, peaceful environment, instead of a bustling, crowded room where you are more likely to need it?
To hone your skills, and possibly observe something which may have gone undetected otherwise.
Given that there are 3rd party apps which you can install to perform this function, the legislators are just as brain dead as those in the UK (and now trying their luck here in OZ) who demand to filter the internet.
They want to legislate against everything, except the biggest threat in the world, end-user stupidty.
I'll be sure to tell him that the siren that sounds at the beaches are just a signal for the locals to get out of the water so the tourists and newcomers can have a swim in our pristine waters.
Once more time for the dummies.
Flash = Bad
IE = Bad
Flash + IE = URPWNED
Note: Whilst I admit neither Chrome nor Firefox are without fault, at least you can mitigate the potential damage by using more secure versions of them, like Dragon, and IceDragon from Comodo.
Re: Yeah but.....
No, but the iUsers are all fappy over their iShiney.
Your reading comprehension, and geography skills, are sorely lacking, if you can somehow confuse Japanese for Chinese.
Re: Toyota Update?
They would. All they would have to do is put a lowercase "i" before the name, and the hordes of braindead fools would rush out and buy it, flaws and all.
Of course, then the manufacturers can always blame the faults on "you're driving it wrong".
<- Almost couldnt decide between trollface and joke alert.
Re: Sad Prius Driver
You think VW and Mercedes have dodgy electrics, wait until you try a Ferrari.
I've hired a few over the years, and each one has been shite. Makes Alfa's look reliable.
Seatbelts are good, but not a panacea.
Then why is it that countries which legislate compulsory seatbelt use have less vehicle fatalities per capita, than the countries who decry them as a socialist plot that infringes upon their personal freedom?
Seatbelts always worked, well before the age of the airbag. Airbags are just a backup safety system to be used in conjunction with seatbelts.
Re: Oh boo
Says the butthurt shill hiding behind anonymity.
Face it Timmy, your company screwed up when it decided to screw over the customer. Now, you're reaping the benefit of those actions, and I'll give you some advice for free.
Stopping you from breaking the law is NOT doing your company "irreparable harm".
Re: "disrupt the evidence recording tech"
Given the cost of HP cartridges, only the military would be able to afford htis kind of tech.
Windows Cliipy + Google advertising.
It appears you are in a high speed chase. Would you like me to;
Call for backup with GPS coordinates?
Give you directions to the nearest Dunkin' Donuts Drive-Thru?
The software already exists
To do this job. Maybe they should pass legislation to "brick" the users who don't bother installing the software to protect themselves.
Re: Interesting, but
I should think it's relevant. After all, it's the ultimate form of hardware hacking.
I'll get my coat....
Nokia could have remained the world leader in mobile phones by adopting android early on, instead they went with Microsofton, both as an OS, and then as an owner.
Now, they're too busy playing catchup whilst having their hands tied behind them by the Redmond Borg Cube, and I for one wouldn't touch their product with a ten foot pole.
Women for some reason just don't like computers
Its because they are too similar to computers. Lets look at some facts.
No-one but their creator understands their internal logic.
"Bad command or file name" makes as much sense as "If you don't know why I'm angry at you, I'm certainly not going to tell you!"
All of your mistakes are immediately noted down for future reference.
They don't respond well if you accidentally spill a beer over them.
I'll get my coat...
Re: POS network
"I'm sure the latter is probably outside your normal vocab Target"
I wouldnt say that. I'm sure they are more than familiar with the quality of product they sell.
Willing to accept any portion of the blame? After all, he was one of the technological pioneers which helped drive the commonality of hi-tech in today's society.
Or is he just going to sit there and mutter about the evils of it all, while ignoring the part he played in it?
Re: 100% Control
And you do realise that most of the scientific institutions that do this kind of research would have their own blocks on those sorts of websites, and the effort involved in convincing management to allow grumble flicks through the filter means its quicker and easier to pop down to the local newsagent and pick up a handful of magazines instead.
Could be obtained within an hour or two, simply by giving him a copy of Jugs/Playboy/Penthouse/Hustler, and leaving him alone.
Re: Earwig 'O, again
Couldn't agree more.
I have a a few of his albums on tape, which I was considering replacing with actual store bought CDs in order to put onto my phone. After this brain-fart of his, I might just go to TPB instead. I've paid for them once, was considering paying for them a second time, and now he expects me to pay for them a third time just because I decide to have them on my phone, instead of carrying around a phone, and an out-dated walkman?
As thats what they wanted yesterday. Today they want a guy with a 3 day growth and glasses. Tomorrow it will be something else.
You're reading comprehension skills obviously are not as great as you think they are.
Untraceable in the instance means;
Readily available, consumer store bought, with cash. Items such as this cannot be tracked back to the purchaser due to lack of serial numbers and other identifying markers. At best, the authorities will be able to find the manufacturer, but after that, they are at a loss. They will not be able to find out which distributor they were sent to, and thus, re-seller and end customer* will be a great unknown.
*Obviously the customer would have to take care to wipe off fingerprints and and DNA evidence prior to deployment.
Re: The only difference between the police and the bad guys
And they wear tits on their heads.
Email that anecdote to Simon Travaglia. I'm sure he would be glad to hear of another way he can remove a boss once he is locked in the server room.
Speaking of Simon, where is he? I'm missing my monthly dose of psychosis. If I start suffering withdrawal symptoms, it will not bode well for the muppets I have to endure at work.
They should consider themselves lucky.
If a guy can get a personal visit from a bunch of DHS flunkies simply for wearing a Glass in a cinema complex, imagine what these kids would have had to endure for the actual misuse of computers had the teachers called the FBI instead of the cops.
America. Land of the Free (to be intimidated by the authorities), Home of the Brave(ly ignoring constitional infringements because terrorists).
Re: That featured screenshot doesn't look like the boot screen
Well, it was said that this would be the year of Linux on the desktop. Just a shame that so far its only on the desktop of the 5 people in NK that can actually afford a computer.
Expect a counter-suit
As Apple send in its spies to find out if any of the buildings at the University have rounded corners.
I have a phone which can send and receive text messages, and actual real-time, voice communication.
Its not like I have to rely on a new fangled gadget that can only communicate via a 3rd party medium which limits me to 140 characters.
Am I the only one
who thinks it strange that while everyone now carries around a high resolution camera in their pocket or handbag, the footage and images of alleged modern "UFO's" remains the same shakey, blurry shite they were trying to pass off 30 years ago?
Michael J Fox could hold a camera steadier than most of these UFO hunters.
Look on the bright side
Tony Abbott decided to leave your shores and come to Australia to run for PM. He's doing is damnedest to make sure any pom visiting our shore doesnt miss out on random PM ass-hattery.
And here I was thinking they just eloped with all of my pens.
The same white, gooey substance that emerged every other time you played with the penis pump.
Another one of the Great Lies. It's right up there with;
The cheque is in the mail.
I'll mow the lawns later.
I won't cum in your mouth.
Re: It's BUGS!
Yes, they made sequels, but they fall into the same category as the sequels for The Matrix, and Highlander.
Ignore them and your memory of the first movie will remain unsullied.
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