8 posts • joined Friday 13th May 2011 09:02 GMT
randomHandle & Sons
How about an old fashioned approach? Train our own children and become 'randomHandle & Sons. A family run consultancy since 2013'.
"IT Services Sourcing Cycle and the Nexus of Forces"
aka Transformers IV. Same old lame plot with lots of explosions, grinding metal and a crap director.
I've seen it before.
Z-Buffer who needs it.
The solution is simple. The active window is focused. Everything else is blurred-to-feck, thus making it obvious which is the top window.
Yeah, that'll work. MS, wanna hire me as your next UI Guru?
All this talk of coffee and toast and no mention of bread makers?
Get yourselves a Panasonic SD-2501 and never buy a loaf of 'bread' in a plastic bag again.
It's dead easy to use and the bread is awesome. I slapped the doings for a garlic and rosemary focaccia loaf in at lunch and the most beautiful aroma is now filling the house.
I think I might pop to the shops for some butter. Not the namby-pamby, lightweight, spreadable oil and water emulsion; one of those rock hard slabs of creamy lovelyness! :-)
"I have an important message to deliver to cute people all over the world. If you're out there and you're cute, maybe you're beautiful, I just want to tell you something. There's more of us ugly motherfuckers than you are!"
Frank Zappa, 1940-1993
(Come back Frank, we miss you. You'd have a whale of time with todays assholes)
How about this stunning rooftop house complete with transparent bathroom.
If I'm not mistaken there is water in the bath but no bathing beauty, shame.
So that's seven grand for a quad bike without doors and battery. I can buy a second-hand Golf for that and still have change for petrol.
Besides, where exactly are these flat-dwelling urbanites going to park the doorless wonder?
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