21 posts • joined Tuesday 22nd November 2011 09:33 GMT
Goodbye and good luck.
Uh, surely they didn't waste rocket fuel getting a PA up the gravity well?
Re: "pleasurable mailing experience"
It does make a lousy cup of tea.
Re: £6.99 ?
A clean, minimalist user interface. Way better than Apple's Mail, Outlook or Thunderbird, but more to the point light years beyond the fugly gmail UI.
Perhaps this is related to the way you can very occasionally hear meteors (it's true I tell you! I've heard one, many years ago walking home in the middle of the night). The theory goes that the sound is generated locally by items acting as an aerial for EM radiation from the meteor and vibrating, explaining the fact that the sound is simultaneous with the sighting.
Is it really Chrome?
Or another skinned Safari, like Dolphin?
It's amazing what you can achieve. I hope you're feeling pleased with yourself.
One, two, three, jump! But where?
Are any of the other banks any better? Do any of them have well managed IT departments staffed by long-term, experienced people? (UK or India or wherever)
Where should a RBS customer take their overdraft?
The only thing that matters...
...you'd better be able to disable it.
Good work, El Reg
Nah, you're the one that's wrong. Imperial units came from familiar things like the distance between your nose and your outstretched hand (yard) or the size of your feet (clue!), so they have some implicit meaning. Metric units are abstract - the length of some metal bar in France means nothing.
Burning wood is carbon neutral, you twonk.
@another_vulture apparently the neutrinos from OPERA are several orders of magnitude more energetic than those produced in a weedy old supernova. That *might* account for the difference in behaviour. Of course I no idea why that may be, but then no-one else does either :)
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