423 posts • joined 26 Jul 2011
Re: "headquartered in Newbury"
Jolly good old chap
Just replace Netflix
Again please let
the punishment fit the crime. Ive I spray painted a massive cock on a government building would I get 12 years in jail. Probably just a fine and community service.
Web defacement is the same except it takes less hard labor to clean it after. If he did hack it, he has the skills to fix the mess, fine him and make him fix the web site as community service.
FFS - I could kill someone with my car and get less jail time.
To much following the Americans lead on this who also need to Get a fucking clue about proportional sentencing.
Re: I'm not sure what the point it.
any shorter than 2.5m and the engineering will just go right over their heads
Re: We need to be careful we don't get what we want ...
required* to deliver the maximum possible profit for their shareholders.
How many companies pay dividend = to the profits or at a reasonable return on investment.
If I owned 1% of Vodafone shares, would I get 1% of profits?
Re: Degenerate Dwarf?
Its the 8th Dwarf that the other 7 disowned
This is not the Teaspoon you are looking for
Re: I once found 8 million pounds
On 2nd thought it was probably Berlusconi's, hooker fund
Re: I once found 8 million pounds
or you was smart enough to move this forgotten accounts money into your orbit of control.
Re: Expert help...
You tend to go up and wait for it to come back around again. and up its only about 300km
Re: Expert help...
Hes gonna be left a little short asking for £2 quid a mile for travel cost.
Re: Easy Fix!!!
Its going to be a square hole, meets cycle pipe issue.
Re: A method
+1 for the Borat ref
100% agree. Trying to teach my dad to use Google is impossible. Hes an electric engine by trade but can't understand key words searching.
Training goes like this:
Me: Dad what are you looking for?
Dad: Holidays in Spain?
Me: OK, type holidays in Spain in the box.
follows him typing very slowly with is index finger.
Me: OK, see all these links on the right, ignore them their ad's same goes for the ones at the top.
Dad: whats a link?
I give up and just create loads of short cuts on his desktop for Gmail, Thomson holidays and the like.
Not forgetting that he and my mum some how think the password they use in work for work email is the same as the Gmail account I set up for them, and its some how the computer and my fault.
Re: lost almost all respect for consumer reports
its doing 3mpg but you are going 250mph
Re: But what can it do?
Hes probably more of a yum kinda guy haha
Re: Buy a book
To right, play with it until it brakes, then rebuild it. I find that building something from scratch is the best way to learn and understand.
Why not 1000? or are the 4 people they really want to get rid of
Re: withdraw from doing business in Australia
All to right "we wont invest in your country" or "we will take our businesses elsewhere" is total bull sh*t.
If the company is making revenue in the billions they couldn't afford to take their business else where, any CEO that did try would be dead faster than a lemming off a cliff.
Only solution is global corp tax 15% everywhere! problem solve.
I need a beer
Did it pass in the UK?
Re: Ten years?
They should make him search for IED's with his so call detector.
I would like to point back to my post http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/containing/1712081 on the 31st of Jan.
It would appear that in the 3months since that post, America has shown they still haven't gotten a f*cking clue!
Il get my coat again.
Re: Bad ideas never die...
So what are Passports and National insurance cards for?
It did cost BT
Lots of money to stick long bits of glass up dark holes, then Pricing Infinity to Make Profit from other ISP's to recoup costs. Sound like a good business model to me. Maybe TT should invest a few £1billion in FTTC instead of bitching they cant have it cheap as chips after the BT infrastructure investment.
how close the output will look to the input (recycle)
Nice to see
a government not letting its home grown sell out to the rest. If the UK touch a long term approach, like the Germans, maybe we wouldn't be up shit street with out a paddle (because we sold the paddle to make a quick buck) and now can only buy paddles for 200x the original value. Like the tilting trains and a number of other things no doubt!
Re: Might be logical
Only in America could climate change be linked to prostitution, very were else on earth this is a job down the pub.
Re: First Website Ever?
wonder how long it took before porn made it to the web
If Carling made scouser astrophysicists
Why aye man!
Its all about the skill level
There is an entitlement issue with many of this generations below 45 year old. An its get worse and worse the younger you go. You have 16 year olds with the IQ of a bog brush thinking they can go to UNI get a degree in painting nails or learning about some war 400 years ago and come out the end strait into a £40-50k job.
If all your skills allow if for cleaning bogs, better except that fact. Someone has to clean bogs and wash dishes its just to many people in the west think its beneath them even when they have no worth while skills.
Isn't there a saying that goes something like: Evil comes from the best intentions.
so how does that place Google
could pay for a lot strip shows or a nice German car, or a conservatory.
Even if you was rich enough to buy this, why the hell would you?
By a £10k projector and have a 300" screen
I am rarely as excited about the good fortune of others as I am about my own?
They do protect them
you can set up your estate to only use signed dll's
Wiki - its always hit and miss
Also a few more thing one being the internet:
Donald Watts Davies (1924–2000), "Father of the internet" — co-inventor of packet switching (and originator of the term)
Re: The welsh lobby
Posted Monday 15th April 2013 10:04 GMT BongoJoe
You'll find that Americans believe they speak American
6,000 watts? why not use 6 kW?
Re: My excuse...
Please be aware my day rate is £500 and I work 7 hours a day.
Re: So he wants a Perl script?
Don't speak common sense now, we can't be having that in IT.
HAHAHHAHA! as if. The profit-hoggers will bleed em dry then buy them out for cheap and control the end to end. Why build a factory when you can buy a read made one for half the price.
Re: Astonishing and nice!
Also a good way to remove toxic wast an other such things from earth and send them into interstellar space
Its been a long day
thought it bug's me to say
Google is synonyms with search so much so "to google" "google it" means to search for something.
Did they try to buy .google ?
She was rather draconian and took a sledge hammer approach to most things.
I think see was more likely Iron mans grandmother though, being the Iron lady and everything.
Were so good that we charge you for software that will miss just as many 0 days
The drop out rate
Do the stats point at how many people started and how many graduated?
First hand experience tells me having studied a technical BSc that between 30-50% drop out in the first year or take an easier course. The second years was the same as the 1st in regards to difficulty, followed by the 3rd year which really turns up the heat and a dissertation that killed the last of the dreamers.
Of 60+ people who started my course 23 graduated with only 6 of us getting a 2.1 or higher.
The graduation consisted of the IT, Maths and Physics departments as our numbers where so low, compared to Social studies and History that had 200-300 people graduate each.
Uni for many people is a piss up and excuse not to start work in a call center for another 3 years
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