Salutations to the Playmobil Frogman - I salute you.
Darwin speed my flippered friend!
1523 posts • joined 16 Jun 2011
Salutations to the Playmobil Frogman - I salute you.
Darwin speed my flippered friend!
According to http://source.android.com/compatibility/4.1/android-4.1-cdd.pdf
Device implementations MUST have at least 340MB of memory available to the kernel and userspace. The 340MB. MUST be in addition to any memory dedicated to hardware components such as radio, video, and so on that is not under the kernel's control.
Device implementations MUST have at least 350MB of non-volatile storage available for application private data.
That is, the /data partition MUST be at least 350MB.
Aha you are correct - I fudged my acronym - what I meant was the following.
Are both SIM slots capable of using a 3G capable connection, as usually only one of the SIM slots can be used for this purpose which enables the 3G connectivity of the device. I thought the other slot wasn't able to utilise this particular function.
Dual sim? Is that Dual 3g sim or 1 GSM and one 3G?
What's wrong with a dual system?
An online entertainment system with freebies and goodies for always on users that has full DRM and an occasional user version for normal people.
Well Steve Jobs was to blame and he's dead now. I say treat him like Saville and dig him up, burn him then pee on his ashes.
*yes I'm a trolling fandroid
BUT........Does this mean that LOHAN can have a groovy light display?
Eduroam is easy to set up on windows as most universities use a simple executable that does the whole set up and join to network for you.
BYOD at university does have it's own issues. I should know as I worked for a Uni and it used to drive me a little bit mad. I had to be able to configure anything and everything. The only positive that came out of it was I had exposure to every kind of device that you can think of, from spoofing pages so that you can join your Kindle to the network to more mobiles than you can think of. The only issues we every had was cloned \ fake macbooks from China, as well as a couple of hacked imported phones. I did become somewhat adept at virus and malware removal as students will click and link, as well as the staffers. The one thing that I will say is that the network bods and the server chaps totally earn their cash, because the sheer amount of spam / malware / virus / etc is huge, and the systems never did get compromised.
"or we could install Norton AntivIrus on them."
What have they ever done to deserve that?
If you wear a surallenlordsugertits face mask does the screen herald you as king?
Either it's irony or some sort of negative astroturfing.
Nope - it's Eadon, but hiding behind the cowl of anonymous
merimobiles.com is where I purchased my dual sim droid from. Although had to purchase using my phone browser as it doesn't like a desktop environment. Also, with dual sim only one of the slots does 3G. So it might not be ideal.
I make no guarantees for the phones on the site etc etc
The rise in the Chinese markets are a much better option. It used to be that some of the devices from China were poor quality clones of western devices, sold with access to a Chinese (cr)app store. However, as well as the reasonable clones they now offer a lot of fantastic quality handsets. I currently use a 4" waterproof Lenovo dual sim android phone, it came rooted and fully set up for the UK including Play store.
I would not own any of these mobiles mentioned as they are so over-priced it's a joke.
How can you feel a strange chemical smell?
In the UK it is free, and I have just signed up.
As for letting someone watch the procedure, well it is a well respected training hospital that I use. So ALL procedures I say yes to spectators. That way you get a top surgeon that is so well respected he allowed to train, and you also get the very very best in pre and post care. As well as a top notch job.
As long as he gets a small whisky asteroid for company.
Seriously though, what a fantastic way for his name to live forever, aside from his awesome books that is.
If you were any good at your job then we wouldn't know you were spying. It seems that you all suck!
Feck off you pencil dicked moron.
Your attacks will only poor fuel on the NSA fire.
If you want to keep your land of the "free" and home of the "brave" then stand down you moron.
** "free" = mindless drones
** "brave" = anyone who is prepared to hide behind a stupid script kiddy handle
Unfortunately I look like James Bond the evil wizard that eats baby penguins and not James Bond the spy.
Now if we could just get those boffins to explain how Shane Warne was able to bowl a finger slip flipper we would all be even wiser.
<----Do you think these are cheap?
It seems that China is rapidly becoming the masters of space. There mission control would make a bond villain drool. My money is them having the first moon-base and also the first Mars-base.
<---That's not big brother, it's Tim my spirit guide
Derren Brown has a lot to say on this in his books and shows, essentially he says it's a load of twaddle
But then I would lose 12k due to a unique on call \ overtime arrangement for another client.
And also, Ipswich!!!!! Nope I don't think so
I commute from Norwich to Ipswich and that costs £306 per month.
Now that's expensive!
And what do I get for this?
An ageing fleet, no free wifi, congestion on the tracks, sometimes I do however get a seat.
This is just a PR stunt, as they have already said that they will now have to close or move stores in areas that make little or no money. So they are going to close stores and claim that it's the governments fault as they had to pay tax.
"A spokeswoman said the company was now "undertaking measures to make Starbucks profitable in the UK".
She added unprofitable stores would be closed or relocated and there would be a "greater reliance on franchised and licensed stores". (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-23019514)
Quite a lot of the good health food shops will make you peanut butter from just peanuts. The first time I tried it was from a shop in Wisbech (of all ungodly places)
It is possible to make your own, although you do need a good food processor and some form of oil to help bind it (unless you have a press, and then you can go 100% peanut) see http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Peanut-Butter for more info.
As for Soylent, I'm tempted :-)
Totally agree on all counts. All water should be filtered. And as for the choice of defacto tea +1 to you sir
When this crisis is over will Brian Blessed do a news item declaring
can you show nipples?
This is not only allowed but this is positively encouraged.
In fact they are debating in parliament on whether this should be rule 1 of the twitter EULA
Keir Starmer is in fact Spartacus!
No one expects the spannish inquisition........etc
I can understand the lack of interest as a free thinking libtard Brit :-)
In the UK we are not surprised by this, as we all know about Bletchly Park and the work it carried out in WWII. If it wasn't for the work of the code breakers and spy network then Norwich wouldn't still be on the map (or summink)
It's just that the whole of prism is a bit of a non story for a lot of us, and the media has tried to fuel this by negative reporting. Yes some people have their emails scanned, it has happened for a while. Yes some calls are recorded (and not just for training dolphins or porpoises) And yes some people are outraged as they seeminly had no idea that communications could be intercepted on such a high level. However a lot of people was never under any illusion that facebook, G+ and twitter are public and that sometimes keywords in communications are flagged for investigation.
apologies if you thought I was trying to use surprise, well surprise and fear, and maybe fanatical devotion to the pope as weapons against your post.
I am both a guardian reader and an El Reg reader and yet I don't care much about it. For every commentard that bangs on about how terrible it is that spy organisations harvest data for their spying needs there are hundreds that don't actually care that much.
Next you will be telling me that the CCTV cameras in the town centre are monitored.
And as for the conspiracy theory nutters, yeah PRISM is a smokescreen for the bilderberg / G8 / Aliens seen over moscow stories.
MEH MEH MEH!
Maybe Ford should be investigated because I can't have a Mercedes engine in my Focus.
Both maps are correct - Bing shows the public hologram of a twee golf course and hotel whilst Google shows the truth, if you zoom in you can clearly see the opening to the lower forth dimension.
If they touted these at IT pro's then I would actually buy one.
I would not pay retail price for one though.
And I can prove this - all you need to do is register on my website for more info
*credit card required
A security agency states that it could carry out activities that could be described as spying.
Next you will be telling us that bears defecate in a woods.
The whole of Prism is such a non story.
Presumably you walk around with your tin foil hat on and a hoody obscuring your face. You probably have camera resistant number plates and move house every 6 months so that you don't show up on the electoral register. You may of even elected to have some form of surgery so that you can no longer be recognised?
Hmm, probably not. So what are you and all the other posters so afraid of? You have been monitored in some form since your birth. You have been registered on so many systems. Just what kind of activities are you getting up to that are making yourself and a majority of others so paranoid? Yeah I hear all the talk about erosion of privacy and all that. Maybe it's just that your life is more exciting than mine. Maybe you worry about the data that they hold. Me on the other hand am more worried that I'll forget to put the bins out tomorrow. And some how I feel that the "authorities" don't actually care about that soft of thing.
Surely if you are not a terrorist then you have nothing to hide, except maybe a few obscure specialist site subscriptions maybe.
Whilst I am rather bored of this David Icke wannabe I cannot wish him death. That's a bit nasty......
But I do want him extradited so that we can all move on.
What happens when we leave Europe and use a different nymber?
What happens when the ecall device is cloned \ hacked?
What happens if you can't get a GPS signal?
What happens if you get a flat battery?
What happens if you export a car to Japan, or some other country that drives on the left.
National Farmers Union Mutual Insurance Society insures more than just farmers. In fact anyone can join and receive the benefits of some of the most incredibly cheap insurance that you will ever encounter.
I am against the cull of badgers and would prefer that farmers sort out their biosecurity. I am not against businesses carrying out legitimate business.
We gingers are supposed to be bright to make up for our hideous genetic deformity.
*that's the precise point I spat food all over my desk
Like anyone is going to fall for that old chestnut. This is obviously a cunning trap
But they couldn't actually use a Prism as that prior art is held by Pink Floyd
It's not like Apple murder kittens, the design is OK
the unlock screen looks like jellybean and the icons look like big shiny kids drawings of what computer icons should look like.
It's not gonna set the world on fire, but hey - no drowned kitties