ooh. Transvision Vamp reference...
... firing up Rhythmbox...
53 posts • joined 13 Jun 2011
... firing up Rhythmbox...
I've never had a problem with eBuyer - but never needed to use their customer service either.
I do try and use vendors who play nice so who should I be using instead then?
Needs two people to log into your account. Simple!
>>hopes to keep the OS up to date: by updating it automatically for its users
Not sure that's a good idea. Like giving out your root password to a chimp?
NET send from DOS SMB stack in the '80s
+ Windows 3.11 and greater
Just f**k off VMWare
... and I might be interested.
Ubuntu + Wine
Give the new MS money to Open Source instead
"Cost: Pricing is based on the number of concurrent calls and includes one year's maintenance. It starts at four concurrent calls for €395 and scales to 1,024 concurrent calls at €34,995."
Whereas Asterix is FREE!!
I won't be buying.
that is all
... get a bigger screen?
All this stuff has nothing to do with CO2, artic melting, el-nino/la nina, cows farting or too many brown/yellow people.
It's Ming the Merciless screwing with us.
The post is required, and must contain letters.
That is all.
No it's not.
Apart from the link in the article being broken, there's absolutely no mention of memberhsips or how to join on the main website.
I was going to join right now. Today. But I'm not now...
Ubuntu 12.04, FF19.
Views nicely but won't print an A4 sheet to scale :(
Nice try but not quite there yet...
Is this same (fictitious) Skills shortage we allegedly have in the UK?
my thoughts exactly
They should drop the whole office suite and start contributing to LibreOffice ;)
Homosapians have been waving theirs hands around for over 60,000 years - and Apple are now patenting it?
keyboard please - and a screen wipe...
They may work OK if you're on the top of a hill in the city but anywhere else - they're door stops.
Wait until the DAB coverage equals FM and then think about it...
clever. good example. well done
you might be onto something there...
I travel a lot around the back roads of Devon. Usually I don't get a mobile phone signal. So, I'm paying more for a new car with no benefit to me. Well done Brussels ⇐ knobends!
No doubt there'll be a a little wire from the battery to these things. No-one can track my whereabouts if I snip the wire.
Thanks UK government for helping small business!!
30mins to build a complience widget, 100 website customers at £100 per implementation = £10,000 lovely pounds for me.
Atmos. The firm that helped the Sontarans invade Earth.
Not sure I'd trust them with my data...
That is all
Let's make existing version work properly before releasing new products that don't work properly.
Yes, I'm talking about the linux version that's been in purpetual beta for I-don't-know-how-many-years.
put the town's signs 10m in the air and round off the bolts so they can't be undone.
a fake webcam in day-glo orange nearby should do the trick
that is all
My (e)book is better than your (e)book
Windows 7 only.
1. Proper Computer Engineers use Linux and laugh in the face of Microsoft's purile offerings
2. THERE IS **NO** SKILLS GAP IN THE UK. Just useless agency sales reps with little or no appreciation of computing skills and moronic CIOs who won't read CVs futher than what ineffectual vendor certifications the candidate has.
Sounding bitter? Not really. I'm successfully self-employed after a successful career as a CIO
>>but I'd call a three metre tall man giant.
Shirley that would be "sir!"?
Didn't Laplink did most of that a very, very long time ago? Was that a Norton/Symantec product?
Along with Bakunin's list (see above) there must be prior art...
Acronis et-al should just pull out of the US market until it's populance realises what a crock those Software Patents are.
What about those scammers calling old folks in the UK and telling them they're from Microsoft and their PC is spouting errors onto the Internet?
Where's a (cyber) policeman when you need one?
For as long as I've been in IT (some 25 years) in both "chimp" and CTO roles there has been this "skills shortage". It seems the only people telling us there is a problem is training companies and recruiters - ie people with a vested interest in scamming the public for useless courses or fictitious jobs.
Ask any of the current unemployed IT professionals whether there's a skills shortage!
Show me a company that can't get skilled staff (and I'm not talking about the poorly run ones who no-one wants to work for or pays peanuts or won't train their current staff)!
A big fat hairy elephant b*****ks to this survey. It's wrong.
As a successful professional web developer, it's one technology I've never learnt to code and now I'll never need to.
He's a god amongst toddlers!!
Selling kit with a build quality of £50 for £500 to the customer is never going to be a good business model.
They should trying being more honest and sell their kit in the right price bracket!
good points well made
I've said it before and I'll say it again.
Until the US citizens rise up and force a law change on Patents, do not R&D in, or ship your products to, the USA. They'll soon get the message when they can't buy the watch they want without a plane flight to Europe!
It's in a hanger somewhere in the Nevada desert along with the CSM and was reused for the fake Apollo 11 footage ;)
What if Farquharson went into a Restaurant, walked up to the corner table and took a plate of food from a burly scotsman.
I think he might get twatted then too.
(tux because it's the nearest thing to an eagle)
the whole problem will go away very quickly if we all just stop shipping our hard work to US customers.
wot a pile of pants
If all these non-US companies just stopped shipping to the US the problem would go away.
No litigation to worry about and (eventually) the dim-witted US citizen would realise they're missing out and force a change to the frankly stupid patent system.