1347 posts • joined Monday 16th January 2012 14:00 GMT
Re: 50-Year lifetime
Where can I buy a 5.25" stone tablet engraver for my PC?
How is this different from running a TOR exit node?
With a TOR exit node you've got plausible deniability. Running cloneware software explicitly designed to clobber an investigation smacks of intent.
No Zettabyte drives yet then?
Windows 11 is probably going to need at least an Exabyte just to install.
I don't think it works the way you think it does.
Re: You are the terrorist threat
I didn't know I was a terrorist!
I guess I'd best turn myself in then. I wonder if I'll get a reward.
Is that a rebranded Asus Transformer?
Because that's what it looks like.
Re: OK, but there are competition problems in retail markets too...
Because some clueless stuffed suit in marketing looked at the numbers and thought to himself. "Mbps looks bigger! Bigger is better right? No one really understands what these numbers mean anyway. Lets just use the biggest one."
The future is bright!
The future is Mandarin.
Should have just said it was a Companion Cube
And just left it at that.
"Responding more urgently to terrorist threat warnings"
What terrorist threat? And how does monitoring every thing I do online help prevent that?
Where the real money from the movie is made!
Spaceballs the T-shirt!
Spaceballs the Colouring Book!
Spaceballs the Lunchbox!
Spaceballs the Breakfast Cereal!
Spaceballs the Flame Thrower!
(The kids love that one.)
Re: Probably doesnt trigger gaydar
He's probably picking interference from a gay weather balloon.
He's looking a bit peaky
Someone call 111!
Re: Council statement is here
"Argyll and Bute Council wholly refutes the unwarranted attacks on its schools catering service which culminated in national press headlines which have led catering staff to fear for their jobs"
I'd fear for my job too if I was producing meals of the quality depicted in the article.
With their legitimate blogs with interesting stories.
If Martha had been blogging about anything else and had got her picture in the papers, you can guarantee that the Head would have capitalised on the publicity.
If I was in charge of El Reg I would be offering her a job. Lunch Register anyone? :)
Re: It's an adult game
It's an adult game. Marketed at and played by adults. It depicts the main character gunning down various other characters. Killing them.
If the game explored the issue of racism, then I would fully expect it to have racist themes.
It'll never happen
That sounds too much like common sense Benjamin.
We can negotiate for a lower tax bill!?
I'm writing my letter to George Osborne now! :D
Bi-sexual Icons too please.
Let's not leave anyone out.
PRC Have a better patent than that.
They have a patent for an "Image display device", if they enforced that patent, then they'd make billions!
This is difficult
Lately I'm finding it very difficult to tell the difference between the government and the terrorists that they claim to be trying to protect me from.
I don't think women are that influenced by what they see on TV
Or if they are... They haven't been watching enough Lynx adverts.
Lawyer hands out free advice
And it turns out to be worth exactly what was paid for it.
Sales Reps usually are hot.
Because sex sells. There's a reason that advertisers drape scantily clad women and men all over their products. Because it works.
Integration across Whitehall is an issue
That's always been an issue. The governments right hand is barely aware that its left hand exists.
That's the deadly threat of torrents dealt with once and for all.
I for one will be happy that pop stars, actors and movie moguls will be able to eat three square meals a day and keep a roof over their heads now.
Or at any rate, it should give them one less excuse to hang around begging on the streets of LA.
What goes around
Comes around I guess. At least on poorly configured networks anyway.
I'll bet there's some champagne corks popping at SpaceX right now too.
It's Science Jim,
But not as we know it.
Not quite SpaceX is it?
I'm surprised Mr Branson didn't just buy SpaceX and slap a Virgin Galactic sticker on it.
What? It's what Virgin Media did with Telewest, NTL, etc.
I'm not telling everyone what I think the law is. I'm asking what the law is.
Is ticking a box and clicking a button signing a contract?
Same goes for EULAs.
That's all very well ukgnome. But do they know how to program my TiVo?
I'm not scoffing.
At least, not over an unencrypted traceable internet connection anyway.
Re: Is it just me....
Funny, I was just thinking the same about the members of the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games...