14 posts • joined 12 Jun 2007
Makes good security sense to me
Makes good sense
It's bog awful
Google was good from day one, being old, I remember how this great search engine was mentioned only amongst friends.
Cuil won't be ready for prime tine for 18 months.
I have an answer
Norton,Symantec & HP slows down computers, not Microsoft.
Should it be ignored
I can't wait for it to make my system faster and safer.
There is always the tried and true always safe
ladies with no clothes on sites to invest in.
Mark my words
the Internet and specifically websites
is a toy! a just for fun place.
It shows once again
that IT folk are numbskulls,
bullshit their way to high salaries and never really understand the science of networks and information transmission storage and retrieval.
Henry, we are not all equal
How dare you insinuate that those dirty buggers on Kim & Aggies show are equal to me. I far superior to them and very clean!
Is my favourite town
Free range eggs - free feed
These free range hens wander about the barn yard gobbin up the odd worm.
So their eggs are better and cheaper
So , let me get this straight
The company was manufacturing and selling software and making money at it?
That's Piracy me hearties! or running multiple unlicensed copies?
That's copyright infringement.
I'll just wait for the movie
You get music with a movie
What? No Resnick & Halliday?
now known as Halliday, Resnick, Walker
That's all you need
while reaching over for your coffee!
Thank you James, you made me smile.
Well I think it's rude
to hack software with the purpose of causing people problems.
Well, it's just not polite.
Having said all that, can't people program anymore?
Seriously is it hard? I'm surprised that this has happened with Safari!
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