20 posts • joined 9 Jun 2011
"A daring thief drove a car through the front of a California Apple store on Friday in what police believe was a planned robbery."
A planned robbery? Believe? For a minute there, I thought somebody had accidentally crashed into an Apple Store and decided to make off with some loot to compensate for it.
What do we check when the Apple System Status site is down??
Get on with your life?
Re: Back in the real world
"You are terribly out of date - the top laptop bestseller on Amazon has been a Chromebook for the last 8 months. And over Christmas, the top two best sellers were Chromebooks."
As it stands, I have no idea whether Chromebooks outsell Windows laptops, but just because the top seller is a Chromebook, it doesn't mean Chromebooks outsell Windows laptops.
"I hope H is locked up for a long time for his crimes."
... quite right. A life sentence would be too lenient for that camp frothy Steps nonsense.
Re: Why - Oh Why waste so much money when Open Office & LibreOffice are free?
That handful would be the tens (if not hundreds) upon thousands of other academics that routinely use LaTeX day in, day out?
Re: If you're all so clever...
Umm, who said anything about buying shares? I was talking about short selling. Look it up.
Re: If you're all so clever...
a) because we've been told that was made illegal.
For banking shares, yes. It's not Facebank (yet) though, so it's not illegal.
b) joe public cannot sell those shares fast enough to get money shorting, or if they can there are charges and capital gains tax and all those charges for little people who cant afford tax havens.
You still take home a profit, even after tax. And by "fast enough", the concensus seems to be that the value of these shares should be <$10. Currently at $31ish, so there's a fair way to drop so a fair bit of time yet.
My point is that there are many who like to say "yeah yeah saw that coming, how stupid everybody else is..." yet not many willing to put their money where their mouths are. Sure, I have the same hunch - Facebook is not bricks and mortar, like Tesco - but it's a hunch, and I wouldn't be so blasé as to think I'm somehow superior for not buying into Facebook at the IPO.
I wonder how many people here said the same about the Google IPO?
If you're all so clever...
Why aren't you all millionnaires now, having short sold the stock?
Re: Poor stock levels
How would us knowing who you are get the guy in trouble?
Re: Re: Ah, 3D...
Your 16 year old daughter has not grown out of watching Justin Bieber? Dear oh dear.
Left and right
Does it matter which side you have left and right in? If they're wrong, just turn around.
You don't need the Sky Sports subscription for the F1 channel. The basic HD pack subscription is all you need.
"$695 of clay"
Or just sell the clay for $695 and buy an iPad.
Everybody thinks that they are...
...Lewis Hamilton. Not everybody is a skilled driver, not everybody knows how to steer into a skid. And as for ABS, suppose a kid runs out into the street? Not your fault, but I'd be willing to bet that ABS will do a better job than most people here.
It's the best guess at an explanation of the things that we observert are made of.
You walk into a shop, you order an item for £200 to pick up tomorrow. Go back tomorrow and the shop tells you they can't provide the item. They offer you £170 refund, because the shop keeper has to be paid for his work.
Does that sound right to you?
What on earth are you on about?
I would hope too...
I think you'll find that "It's not about spelling, it's about meaning"
...did an IT news website mandate that you have a particular qualification before posting?
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