10 posts • joined 1 Dec 2011
This is such a bone-headed move on Samsung's part.
Sure, I've not yet been seconded to a country where I've stayed long enough to buy a local SIM. But like most of us in the tech business, that's something that might change tomorrow.
There's no way that I'm going to buy a phone that would prevent me from using a local SIM!
My S2 comes out of contract next month... I was planning to replace it with an S4. Ain't gonna happen now.
Other Services with stats?
Maybe this looks good on an iPad - it certainly looks silly on a 27" monitor... Seems that they have caught the Windows 8 disease - everything must look the same on all devices. Actually, now, it's okay to make them look different from device to device, as long as it is appropriate for the device you are using...
Anyway, are there any other sides that
1) allow you to embed pictures in a separate web site (ie my own web site has the "im src" tag, but it points to an image being pulled from flickr), and
2) give stats on image views?
One small customer lost
Okay, I am just a hobbyist who "lashed out" to buy Photoshop CS5 a couple of years ago. I'm not a big account that Adobe is going to care about... but when CS5 is too out-of-date to continue using it I'm not going to be going into the software rental market.
It's only one future sale that Adobe has guaranteed they won't be getting, but I suspect it's not the only one
Re: Alan Potter is clearly a sexist commentard
>promoting/supporting rape and that have horrific videos of
>women being abused. But that's being sexist right?
Actually, yes. I don't want there to be horrific videos of ANYBODY being abused.
Clearly this should have been removed by facebook instantly - there is no excuse for leaving it available.
However, at the risk of asking something a bit bland when the subject matter is so horrific, why did you go to the Everyday Sexism Project for comment? It is clearly a sexist organisation and one that I would have expected any competent journalist to avoid.
The first sentence on its website shows that it is sexist: "The Everyday Sexism Project exists to catalogue instances of sexism experienced by women on a day to day basis". Not by people, but by women.
Sounds like a project to be avoided.
I have to say that El Reg's ongoing "if they're rural, they must be thick as pigshit" tone is getting really old...
I know that lord-bashing creates a juicy headline, but I think the analysis here is well off the mark.
There are lots of poor people who live in rural areas. Improved access to the Net will provide more scope for enterprise - heck, even if they spend their time selling stuff on eBay - and with it increased prosperity for rural areas.
Our economy will surely work best if all of our land is utilised to its maximum potential. Leaving vast tracts of that land as areas that cannot properly participate in the 21st century is a recipe for disaster. If we want people to live in that land, we need to ensure that they have - amongst other things - good Net access.
If nothing else, their Lordships are trying to bring a serious debate about how we use the resources available to us - much better-informed contributions than we have seen from the Commons. Abolish the House Of Lords? Maybe it's "the other place" that we should be dismissing!
Agree with all above asking for further information in the review.
Quiescent power consumption figure would also be useful.
I have not tested this phone, so can't comment on how ood the sound is, but one thing is worth emphasising - heavy bass does not equal good sound.
I did try some Dr Dre headphones... and was appalled at how crap they sounded. The bass was vastly - stupidly - over-emphasised. What I heard through the 'phones was nothing like what I would hear in a concert hall or opera house... it was hideously distorted, bass heavy and frankly garbage.
If you like heavy bass, then fine. But that's not the same as "good sound"
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