8. He3 mining.
There's loads of it up there on the moon.
2238 posts • joined 16 Jan 2012
There's loads of it up there on the moon.
It worked with piracy didn't it?
It's still a level of journalism above a Daily Mail article. Have you seen some of the stuff they publish? It's tough to find an article there that doesn't have spelling and grammar mistakes.
Well you've obviously got something to hide, or you wouldn't be encrypting it!
Encryption just by itself seems to be regarded as suspicious by law enforcement bodies now, with absolutely no justification for that suspicion. The UK government fears encryption so much that they passed a law making it legal to compel a suspect to give up encryption keys.
That was also my interpretation of the proposed "law".
How innovative! No one has ever done that before. How do they keep coming up with these fresh ideas?
Why do they keep lying when they are so easily caught out?
But how long do the reader writer machines last for?
And how much will this app cost? If it's anything like other dating websites, women will be allowed to join for free while the guys have to stump up money.
Blizzard sold me a key for £5. What are these other companies making their keys out of?
They're doing "sacred" work.
I guess when you're a member of gods chosen race then everything you do is moral.
To make an inferior copy of the old WAP network?
One of the few defences against the Picard Maneuver...
Do they mean a Kindle?
All these fish puns are giving me a haddock.
I trout it very much.
Because this is more fun than using the "Send Corrections" link :)
My first thought was Dick Tracy. Maybe I'm getting old.
Not much chance of that with secret courts, secret warrants, secret evidence and the government going around conducting unlawful searches and seizures.
Then I started getting flashbacks to when I was fixing websites in the 90's.
Like a pirate on a VPN? I don't want my name added to a government watch list!
I don't think that the European Commission has completely considered the knock on effects of what they are asking.
Answers on a postcard please.
What's a commentard to post now?
"We wouldn’t stand idly by if paintings worth hundreds of millions of pounds were being stolen from the National Gallery." - Sajid Javid.
If people were going into the National Gallery and taking a photo of a painting to enjoy at home, nothing would have been stolen. People that visit piracy sites aren't taking the thing, they are taking a copy of the thing.
Alien Vs Predator Requiem was better.
The "still in development" games are a bit hit and miss. Don't Starve was totally awesome, but some of the others are next to totally unplayable.
Nigger is in there, but Nigga is not. The list apparently penalises spelling.
And since when was clitoris a dirty word?
Sounds like the police are overstating their powers again. They really don't like peaceful citizens with cameras do they?
We look for the big silver H on its forehead of course!
Goodbye Bronze League! Platinum here I come!
Phoummala Schmitt doesn't have a problem with IT Blokes, she has a problem with arseholes. This should be properly reflected in the title of the article.
Then we're going to need to genetically engineer some kind of enormous cats to take care of the birds...
That people would just go on the internet and tell lies?
Though I was looking forward to the monkey launching his own legal proceedings.
Quite possibly one of the most heinous crimes I've ever heard of!
I'd like to see some evidence of that claim.
I've got an SSD in my desktop and the thing goes so fast it's a wonder that it doesn't end up travelling backwards through time.
Never had a problem with privacy on that site.
And they were actually laundering money for drug dealers and terrorists. I doubt that these "money service businesses" are going to be treated any differently.
I have to truncate most of my favourite pass phrases in order to use them as passwords.
That's probably because more boys did the course than girls.
I've always been surprised that the port labels back there aren't written in Braille.
In other words, can I still Google for a picture of Barbra Streisand's house from somewhere outside the EU?
Like hazardous chemicals or gold.
The US are way in front with episodes like the McCarthy era. Except that now they actually have the technology to do it properly.