24 posts • joined 3 Nov 2011
Muscle, not fat
Apart from one sentence at the end, the entire article misses the vital information that muscle weighs far more than fat. There are many, many people (especially as, in the last 5 years or so, people really are getting on the health 'bandwagon') like myself, who fall into the 'overweight' category despite having sub 15% bodyfat.
Whether the brackets for the height of people being measured is accurate, its a person's composition which vitally isn't measured in any way using BMI.
Good luck putting the entire breadth of human knowledge on your local hard drive.
Its always connected to the cloud because you are really restricting you're potential customer base if you require users to own their own server farm.
Saas Fee. Dullest ski holiday i've ever been on. (FYI)
Figure doesnt mean 1 million users
To say 1 million people have signed up to the insider program means little.
I have signed up to it, downloaded the UK version, and still haven't managed to install it after about 4 attempts.
On my test machine it gets to 3% before telling me that it couldn't install. Lets be honest, MS will have figures for :
Sign-ups (as shown)
It is interesting that they have only released the figure at the very top of the funnel.
Look in the mirror
Personality isn't genetic and you can go a long way with your looks simply with a gym membership and a decent idea of what to wear.
Blaming all your personal failings in life on "i'm not getting anywhere in life becuase i'm ugly" or "i'm not getting anywhere in life becuase i'm a unpersonable recluse", is laziness pure and simple.
If you're still 'considering' a SSD I am amazed. These have been available from numerous suppliers in a whole range of sizes and flavours for many years now. They have a dramatic impact on performance, more so than any RAM or CPU upgrade i've ever done.
Come on you luddites!
Re: I think it's a fair point to some extent
My girlfriend isnt stupid. She can speak 3 languages and has a Masters degree in International Communication. But i still had to stop her from posting up every detail of our recently booked holiday onto Facebook.
She hadn't considered that she was telling people exactly when my house would be empty and for how long for!
Surely a glass door is relatively easy to break through.
Maybe its a Sapphire Glass door....but then it'd have to be a tiny door.
Says more about Reg readers
Who cares that Microsoft is now implementing this?
Its not like people have been screaming for it to start with, and by the looks of things its not Microsoft who are hailing it as some revolution like the numerous commentards above suggest.
These are leaked videos from unofficial sources.
Now, if Microsoft have a big fancy launch event and regale us with how this is the 'next wave in desktop' or whatever, then i retract my remarks but at the moment this is more about Reg readers seeing an opportunity to get on their high horses than M$ Marketing hyping up a non-feature.
Why all the hatred for health features?
Why all the hatred for health features?
Perhaps if a few more people spent their money investing in their health, the rest of us wouldn't have to pay for their kidney/lung/heart transplants later in life.
The parts needed for this sort of monitoring technology will only add pennies to the price of the device and when we're talking about something which is essentially strapped in close proximity to a major artery, it would be almost negligent to NOT include some monitoring tech in some fashion (now that it is so cheaply available and of suitable size) which essentially could save a person's life, or give them a wake up call to save their own. If you felt a pain in your arm and within seconds your new iWatch told you "Alert: You're having a heart attack, call 999". I think you'd be pretty grateful!
No one is forcing you to use a feature. Phones have come with calendars for years now, but i've never needed to use one. However i know that for many people, they couldn't live without it on their phone. I'm not going to whinge about how it's just another useless addition, just because I don't have a use for it though.
Agreed. All this review shows is that if you want good wireless speeds you have to sit on top of the router.
Re: What the hell is CrossFit?
CrossFit is to fitness, as Scientology is to religion.
So California is probably the best place for it to stay.
Round corners on the keyboard, watch out MS, Apple will have a patent for that.
Why does the review keep on banging on about it's good looks?!
Looks like the elephant man and Adele's love child. Woeful MPG as well for a small engined modern car. I drive a 300bhp, 2 litre turbo car, which is nearly 15 years old and I still see around 35mpg, the reviewer only got 38 in this heap (and i bet my 35 put alot more smiles on my face!).
I was so shocked my this article...
I had to sit down.
But what if my phone battery has died and I need to buy a new phone battery?
The irony is, if this was Microsoft making this level of profits, there would be Anti-competition lawsuits, European and US Federal judgements and Microsoft having to apologise for dominating a market with a single product.
Becuase its Apple though, they make nice shiny things which look pretty, awwwww they're fine. We dont want to sue them!
I wonder how long this attitude will last before Apple are seen as the mighty oppressive overlord.
Jet Packs, Hover Boards, Skyways, and robot butlers of course! (for the consumer, not just proof of concepts)
The results are heavily skewed surely. Just looking at the Top PC games shows Football Manager 2012 & 2011 as 1 and 2 respectively. Now lets be fair here, Football Manager 2011 would have gained sales from Jan-Dec. Whilst 2012 only Oct-Dec or Skyrim would be Nov-Dec!
Surely these results should be divided by the number of days in the year that the titles were actually on sale for?
Have these people not heard of 'hands free'?
If not, they can enjoy some 'facetime' before they grab their phone and facetime.
Poor review, graet game
First off, i don't know how old the reviewer is but they write like they're still in school. No flow, no progression, it seems like each paragraph has been written by a different person!
Anyways, the game. It's brilliant. I'm not sure why so many people are having problems with it crashing, i have just let it auto choose my graphics settings (high apparently) and jumped in to the game. It has not crashed once in about 48 hours of game-play. The only thing it doesnt like is if you alt-tab out of the game then it wont reload when you alt-tab back.
As for the comments of making it MMO? I pray that they NEVER make a MMO Elder Scrolls game. It fantastic as it is, and being able to take your time and do what you like is what makes these games special. Having groups of kids running round killing you and nicking your stuff all the time when all you wanted to do was walk across from one village to the next would remove any enjoyment for the average gamer.
There are so many "wow" moments in Skyrim that you just dont get anywhere else. In how many other games can you come over a hillside and see a giant herding woolly mammoths like sheep?!
Keep doing what you're doing, just make the games bigger and more beautiful, and let me get lost in them for weeks.
You cant say that!
"No two trees are alike"...written directly above a couple of screenshots clearly showing 2 identical tress. :)
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