will this create inner city dogging, no park required?
1571 posts • joined 16 Jun 2011
is it only me....
that sniggers when they read PNAS?
Re: Top Gear
I can believe that, after all my comments are written by a team of egotistical ramblers
Makes you wonder what other data the BBC accidental give away.
I smell NSA interference, Snowden was right or summink
It will be called Mega-City and will be policed by judges
Re:Computers don't have safe words
oh, but my computer does have safeword, and I am buggered if I can remember the phrase
lights out, all out
*I'm going, the one with the wind up torch and tinfoil hat
This dude eats Bear Grylls for breakfast.
Towering thug? Threatening manner?
Not my experience at all, recently in LAX the first thing the chap said was "did you know spain is out of the cup?" this exacerbated me, as I am not a footy fan. Followed by, "you haven't said where you are staying" Once I had explained that I couldn't legitimately answer the question as my US lady friend had arranged the accommodation he just smiled, wrote with a sharpie on the form that I was staying at the airport and wished me a great time.
I am sure that TFL or rather the London black cab drivers would rather have the uber drivers parked on the flight deck
My Dad - that is all
"'ere, some C*nt keeps prank calling me"
Re: Or they could consider joining the first part of the 21st century...
most of the transactions were under £10 and the effective commission rate was 30%???
Not these days, a terminal that plugs into your iPhone costs £60 and only charges 2.7% for any transaction.
Not one mention of.....
2. girls in inappropriate dress
3. occasional jaunts to very scary chemical plants
4. free coffee
Therefore, with regret I cannot join as your subby - also I have very little experience.
Re: Suspect Much ?
helicopter what? You can't see it? And you never will, until it's too late
I'm thinking it's either Scuzzlebutt or Manbearpig
I hear that Nasa is suing Apple - because ISS sounds a bit like iOS
@ John Smith 19
Oh......nope, still nothing.
Never heard of her, even after a google I am none the wiser.
Maybe she could use hard earned tax payers money to raise her profile.
And here was me thinking this had the smell of public relations and marketing. - My mistake.
Re: Mathematician vs. a "Real" Scientist...
I thought that meteorologists were just physicists with umbrellas, and pure mathematicians were just physicists in sandals.
University Help desk
user - my email won't work
me - yes, it's become compromised and is sending out spam
user - I didn't do it.
me - have you answered any of these (phishing) emails
user - Yes, was that wrong?
me - blah blah phishing, blah blah security, blah blah why it's dumb, trust no one etc
user - OK got it, I was dumb
me - so to get your email working I just need your credit card number and security code.
user - sure 4566 7899 9988 9287 - and security 674
Has anyone thought to.....
ask Stephen Fry?
I refuse to read this
....and will simply wait 2 years until Mr Dabbs is ill.
*welcome back tecnotart
Does this mean the Register will be opening a shop to sell this tat? How about a tat shop that gives to that there malaria charity?
Because I would have a cup, and a car sticker, a bonnet sticker wrap and also some motorcycle helmet stickers (notice I specified motorcycle)
regulation pitch sized?
The length of a pitch must be between 100 yards (90m) and 130 yards (120m) and the width not less than 50 yards (45m) and not more than 100 yards (90m)
Maybe you could tell the full story rather than just the 33% you have actually written.
Sometimes I feel that you actually like the way your inbox fills up.
My fingers are too fat for swipe keyboards, and my accent too northern for talk to type apps.
I need a P.A.
erm it's all well and good but...
Can it print me a tasty cake?
The clue is - Dual Carriageway and Bus
I realise you were probably too busy texting your facebook or something to notice.
I actually blogged a similar thing a couple of years ago, I like that Mt Fry likes tech, I like cricket and have very strong opinions on it. I will comment on cricket too, and sometimes I will even blog about it. This however doesn't make me a cricketer, and any cricketers out there could quite easily take some sort of trentsbridge with what I say.
Give the guy a break.
Re: "Zoom in just there..."
Can we get a clearer angle?
Sure, we can just pull it from that reflection!
Re: "The 125kW Superchargers work much more rapidly than the existing charging infrastructure.."
Well if a Tesla charges to full in an hour, and a leaf takes 8 to 12 hours then I would say much more rapidly.
Re: "The Peter Jackson films continue to do justice to this awesome source material"
I am so pleased I am not alone in this thought - I actually walked out of the cinema during LOTR and positively refuse to watch the hobbit. The fact that I can read the entire book during the cinema epic and still see the titles speaks volumes. The Lego game however is pure class.
C'mon Dabbsy - you have had a week off.
Having 2 is just greedy, unless you're having a spleenectomy or summink.
Re: interesting variety of discourse????
So what you are saying is it's OK to be an unfunny misogynist as long as no one finds out? Does this translate to any other views? I find it hard to believe that anyone would happily sit themselves in the "I'm not, but" camp.
Granted it's all a bit of a storm in a teacup, but with so many dick heads saying there is nothing wrong with it. Well that just perpetuates the myth that IT is run mainly by men that live with their mum and can't get a girlfriend. Whilst we shouldn't hang him for the stupid slide we shouldn't applaud him either.
Re: The "it's a joke" brigade have missed the point
2 Things, in the old days - blah blah blah - get with the program, we don't live in the old days, and public speaking, by very nature is public. Maybe they should hire private speakers.
It concerns me that my peer group are a bunch of unfunny misogynistic twunts.
*oh calling you all twunts so publicly is actually a joke and you shouldn't be offended.
The "it's a joke" brigade have missed the point
Firstly jokes are meant to be funny or fuelled by sarcasm or irony. This attempt is just shit.
And secondly it's not for the tech community to judge, when this went out into the twatosphere others other than tech heads will of been made aware of it. This makes me, you and loads of other people in IT look like cocks. And whilst that might be true we shouldn't advertise it, unless it's y'know big cocks and that's what the women want, or men, or sheep....
His name is Plucky - although that might be just his call sign.
I believe they ejected his ejector seat to make for a lighter load.
Kill it with fire
Data Directive litigation troll
Is that like a film noir troll?
It wouldn't work in my village - but then again we don't have lamp posts.
Thanks for the bootnote - although cantilevers are pretty cool.
Leaky sandbox - egg timer of doom?
If you let apps out of the sandbox, even innocent apps like swype then how long before you introduce vulnerability?
Get well soon Dabsy.
This particular reprint lacks the frustration and anger of your more recent pieces.
I heard that the Luddite Black Cab drivers are also trying to ban A to Z guides and Google Maps also.
*the one with, oh no hang on, I left it in a taxi, I will never get that back now - TAXI!
Are they hackable?
Who wouldn't want to watch the fun of a hacked noddy car terrorising a truck stop?
Sort of the chocolate factory meets maximum overdrive.
it's scientific research like this that makes creationists seem reasonable.
Can't we all just enjoy/refuse a shag without the labels?
*when I say all I don't actually want to shag any of the commentards, they work in tech and are therefore too slutty.
it's hardly amazing for the price. Think I will stick with the ipad.