I prefer paint that actually lasts a decent amount of time. (Don't want water based or none drip). Sadly it is getting harder and harder to source.
1052 posts • joined 15 Dec 2011
Re: Will the spooks be surprised ..
Or one time pad which is still unhackable. (If it is done right).
Re: the market doesn't always work
I read something about a drug (I believe it was from a reputable source but not massively specific maybe there are instances it cannot be used) that basically reversed the process of decay that will never come to light because the effects on the dental industry.
I am pretty happy with Opera + ublock.
Re: wait for it...
There is no reason something like this shouldn't be able to have the decent atom that supports ECC etc if that HP Windows 8.1 tablet sells tor £75.
Re: Simple solution...
Spam is a lesser evil than loosing all that personal information.
Re: Poor child
Hatred might be a better choice.
So how did the content used to exist when I first started using the internet ?
(It was more interesting / technical and not aimed at selling stuff or any kind of political agenda).
For Chrome (Or Opera) the best is ublock. (It is lightning fast as well).
Re: How bad is Torvalds?
He cannot be that bad or the main companies contributing would have cooperated and forked.
Everything is not based on merit though. (Plug Sched for example was not included when for many people it could have improved things for them).
Re: Stop and think a bit, please...
Most people never upgrade the Windows that their device comes with.
All Microsoft needs is a general consensus that Windows 10 is ok then people buy new PC's with it on.
Re: This is not the entitled century
Some groups of creators shouldn't get special privileges which is what currently happens.
The original idea behind copyright was valid. Same with patents.
Current system is a shambles.
Re: an act of God
The Acid House manages to portray what that actually entails.
Seems very unlikely somebody with that much power would be as collectively stupid as humans.
Re: ... and these are the people the west supports
Literally get away with murder - As in one of their princes or whatever murdered someone in this country. We sent him back after two years and then he was just released. (Maybe most people already know this).
Re: ... and these are the people the west supports
Exactly we should sanction Saudi Arabia.
Now is a good time to do it with the oil price as it is.
Don't care that is their country.
I have never used a dating app or site and I don't think I ever will but surely the reason people send the dick pics is all you need is one win. (Similar sort of principle spammers use but with better odds).
Re: Hail the Fatty Heroes !
There is a chance it won't. Japan doesn't have those problems and has a very high level of smoking.
It is either the fish or the tea. (If it is the tea then China probably won't have the issues).
Re: I'm three terrorists at least!
Thing is the tax on the tobacco probably pays for the cost of both.
Re: Keepin' em honest
I read somewhere to have almost everything you need streaming 27 services.
I have Prime Video and Netflix (And Spotify Premium).
(And Sky Movies from Virgin which I barely use because it is inconvenient).
I want to pay for HBO Go but they don't want to sell it to me.
Thing about stuff like this is what is to stop somebody doing it themselves to get their ex put in jail.
That is why it is better for stuff like this to fall under generic harassment laws.
I have all of these services without ad's (Prime video (To be fair I get it for the physical goods part of it) / Netflix / Spotify Premium).
If any of them starts having ad's I will stop immediately.
It is definitely dodgy. They should have dealt with it whilst he was in the country (They had the opportunity).
Sex by surprise is a stupid concept.
Re: Go for it
The Solaris SMF is the best it doesn't really have any downsides. (And you don't have to use it.)
Re: Go for it
Another part of it is the fact that nobody else is contributing large amounts of manpower to the desktop other than Redhat. When there was SuSE and Sun as well it wasn't so bad.
He is almost single handedly responsible for me being back on Windows. (The fact that Alsa can never get ice1712 correct for more than one -rc of alsa-driver at a time is another part).
Freebsd or OSS4 is perfect for my card.
I have one old Thinkpad that still has Linux but most of it was built from source (No Alsa / Pulseaudio / systemd / avahi - XiG X (r200) / OSS4 / pkg-src).
I have a pretty powerful Netbsd VPS and I just use that.
Does stuff like that not happen all the time in different industries regardless of gender ? (Like say Football Managers the ones with more experience cost more).
Take for example a team promoting the manager of the reserve team instead of recruiting a celebrity one.
Is that not reasonably the norm.
The Nexus Player is that finally something using the new really good Atom ?
Re: Clara must go
Yep they should have got rid and had that mechanic as the next companion for a bit.
Linux is bad for everybody the way it currently is.
Lennard Pottering is the main problem.
The whole UNIX design meant after a bit of learning everything was obvious.
Everything he introduces is totally different to anything else and then forced as a dependency by everyone else. (And breaks everything Redhat has no interest in).
The BSD's and Debian are ok for a server. But all the gui stuff contains so many linux features which end up having to copied by the BSD's (Which had a clean understandable consistent design up until not too long ago).
Solaris 11 (When it was Opensolaris) was good as a desktop but £3000 a year for security updates for a normal user is not practical.
Funnily enough modern versions of Powershell are brilliant / consistent and logical after a small amount of learning. Just like Linux / UNIX used to be
Re: A question
Do they do anything to stop Virtualbox just recording a video of the whole session ? (Forward usb for webcam or whatever to it).
Or one of those game capture devices.
Nothing they can really do about it.
Re: Oracle are most definitely evil
Unless this ruling means (AT&T or whoever) decide that they want the same from anybody using C.
Re: A USA Inc marketing ploy?
The funnier side is the Chinese doing exactly the same as the USA did to Britain a few centuries ago.
Re: What ... you mean your notebook doesn't have a 4K screen?
Even that is not that good for normal use. Sucks the premium that 1920x1200 costs. (Or other 16:10).
It should be seen as an asset. Like other things are when it comes to divorce sold and the proceeds added before the women gets the best deal anyway.
Re: Oh please...
Pulseaudio and avahi are garbage as well.
He singlehandedly is the reason I won't have a Linux Desktop any more.
Re: I Do Care
Not a Panasonic Toughpad.
Yeah but I wouldn't notice an outrageously beautiful gorilla or whatever.
Romance shouldn't feature in it at all. (Same way I am not attracted to members of other species).
Coleman was best when she was actually a Dalek.
Re: Dear reader
Clement Attlee's first term was when most of the best choices by any Prime Minister in recent history were made. (And anyway he was responsible for any of that stuff during the War as well).
Have a look at what he did.
Re: testing procedure.
It does if you do it from the option that is in the menu obtained by win key + x (Always does a full shutdown).
Re: But will it make a difference?
Saville would have probably signed it.
It would be really funny if come 2016 Nokia starts releasing Android phones.
Got your NUDE SELFIES in the cloud? Anybody else wants them? You are stupid.
I don't see why people want games like this.
RPG Elements in any other type of game ruin it completely. (Instead of the player getting better the game just makes it easier.)
Even more so Online. (Everyone should start out the same).
I wonder why ?
I hope it is because of how awful they are to deal with.
(And how it is the company policy to waste as much of the customers time as possible by the way the systems are designed).
Before they do any of the messing around only they seem to need to do they should check the price.
The sales tactics are incredibly obnoxious.
They once refused to sell me something they had advertised on the window for a set price took about half an hour messing about and said the price had changed right at the end. (I just walked out and paid £20 more from Carphone Warehouse about 20m away and spent only 5 mins doing so).
Does it mean pure as in software like a Nexus ? (But a decent Motorola Baseband and associated call quality).
My main problem with Android is Google Play Services and its ability to take a device that was perfect and totally screw it up. (Like a machine that had XP when it first came out and worked flawlessly until Microsoft started screwing it up).
Re: "I literally think about him every day."
Jobs never cared about perfection.
He cared about deliberately being incompatible with everything else.
Being quite easy to use. (itunes is hardly logical it is a mess).
I used to think it was just the Windows port of itunes that instead of working properly with parts of Windows that already did better what they wanted they reimplemented loads of stuff (Certainly not perfectly though). Its not that good on a Mac either which really surprised me.
Even its primary function is not perfect. (Compare to Foobar 2000).
Re: An example to follow
Problem is that criteria means apps designed to be used with as little timewasting as possible by somebody who has learnt how to use it are not allowed.
But worthless apps that look right and waste enough time in the process are allowed.
I would take the really old one by choice.
(And the old algorithms that seemed to give me what I wanted far more often.)
I want the most useful content not the closest to me or most recent.
The old one with pages from the UK - the age stuff down the side - all white was totally fine by me.
Re: Economists solving the problems the last one caused
This article is nonsense. Rent Control is the way forward and the only answer.
There is no reason for a house to cost more than the materials used to make it / cost of the land / cost of building it.
(And I say this as someone who will probably get 0.5 million £ due to it that I don't need in the next 20-30 years).
What these people want is a system where if you are born poor you die poor and there is nothing you can do about it which is absolutely wrong.
Re: Real coding!
ZFS + CIFS/NFSv4 should be good enough. (i.e Nexenta and they do support it).
Does it remind anybody else of Sega's "Blast Processing" ?