86 posts • joined Saturday 14th April 2012 09:28 GMT
Re: An open letter
A long time ago - when it was invented.
Market=large scale selling.
Don't worry - you've just swallowed a large dose of doublespeak - it will wear off later and you will probly feel a bit grimy, so take a shower.. you are't the first and you won't be the last.
coulda been worse.. you could have ended up with 'fudge tunnel'...
I've become somewhat used to totally disagreeing with Google's point of view on the subject of just about everything these days.. However on this I find myself in total agreement.
An algorithm, in itself is neutral, inoffensive. The bits that are offending these plaintiffs are the words - and the words are user-generated.
So the moral of this story is if you don't want crappy things appearing about you (or your clients) on Google - try not to be associated with crap.
Brings new meaning to the term commercial suicide.
They really must think people are as gullible as Joe..
Give everyone a ball and chain with the Queens face painted on one side and the wearers face on the other. No ball and chain - no ID.
Justification for beer: We quote the great, oft overlooked philosopher 'Billy' - 'because we want to.'
How does one 'impressively' disguise an email..? An abundance of curly things? (can't remember their proper name)
Quite frankly a laughable excuse - they were victims of a confidence trick of the most basic order.
Mocking gullible customer base.
"a three-month half-price membership of PlayStation Plus"
So let me just get this right.. Sony, as compensation, is offering a half-priced deal on it's subscription-based game rental service.. which is quite useless unless you continue paying to play your games FOREVER.
They must be laughing their rotten, lawyer infested, bottom-line worshipping, creativity-void fucking arses off.
Nuke blast for late supper.
..pointing their retard-wear at me without my permission better like the idea of a permanent fucking eye implant.
"It's one thing for governments, who have some legitimacy in what they're doing, but have other people doing it ... it's not going to happen."
Lord of the Things..
"...PSU to run them all; and"
in the darkness bind them?
Re: Why don't you...
Superb - please pass my compliments on when you see him next. Song resonates more loudly for those that listened at the time - more loudly with every passing year since.
Of course, I expect these days he would be shaved, sterilized and destroyed for trying to get that one onto kids telly. ;)
Re: Why don't you...
I'm glad to see that what was a controversial theme tune back in the 70s still has the power to provoke after 30(ish) years.. ((the (ish) is for the delicate among us who are so easily upset.)).
Why don't you...
...switch off the TV set go and do something less boring instead.
Gold and silver have inherent value.
Anything else is just a pocket full of promises.
Bibble Babble Wibble Wobble
That's how a Fry works!
(I'm much more of a Jonny Ball man)
Just another reason to fire up TPB. Keep em coming, you suit pricks. Eventually you will have nothing but adverts to show, due to all your artists starving to death. All because of your bluesky boardroom dog-shite.
nazis like beer too now?
...aaaAnyway - it can't be an accurate ideal - it hasn't got a spliff dispenser in the top of it's head, nor vileda supermops mounted on it's back.
Whats he gonna do?
Bore them to death?
"an app that teaches the basics of music"
May I recommend a book and a recorder. *toot toot*
Worked just fine for me - fun for all ages - no batteries required - let alone a fleet of rip off merchants
As someone with a casual interest in app development this is a fascinating comment section. As a musician this whole topic is quite frankly hilarious, in a very real and very tragic first world sense.
I'm guessing that silver badge was given out of sheer pity.
I would have thought that the more that remove themselves the better it is for the future of mankind.
I think 'crestfallen' would have conveyed thier malicious indifference far more effectively, not to mention ornately.
About as 'dismayed' as...
Jimmy Saville was when he landed his first TOTP gig.
Feel free to add your own analogies. Winner gets a banana. (not necessarily from me)
30 hours since sign up...
..and I haven't yet succeeded in uploading even a 170 byte text file containing the recipe for a Quarter Pounder with cheese.. frozen on 0%.............
Wonder if it's cus I stole the recipe from Satan...
It's a nice looking interface..
That's about all I can say. The rest is pretty much useless at the moment.
How they can claim to be 'The security company' is quite beyond me also... they are promoting a browser which development was partly funded by NSA+CIA and is known to have serious privacy concerns for the hard-core security concious among us.
Yeh North Korea - you stupid stupid.. place..
I'm so glad we don't have to worry about tyrants trying to rob the common folk of everything.. and the US/EU/Nippon space program never ever deals in warfare.. never ever ever..
Anyway - I'm gonna go eat some more grass now.. Baaabye.
You'll know who nicked it when you see all Nasa's spacenauts getting stuck in the doorways and confused by the toilets on their 'surprise' next-gen platform.
BBC has been a covert branch of government since it's inception and will remain so. These days the commercial broadcasters are no better either. Anyone who disagrees clearly hasn't studied common purose and the organisational upper management/editorial structures.
'The revolution will not be televised.'
Thankyou, Sir. May I have another?..
Reminds me of that tragic kid when you were a small child who got a smack on the back of his legs but kept trying to dodge it.
Ended up getting about 10 slaps as his mum/dad made sure the message was adequately recieved.
Of course these days those parents would have to be shaved, sterilized and destroyed.
I got one of these mails saying my account was hacked. Very strangely, there was no sign of malicious activity - except - one of my tweets was deleted. One that linked back to the article published yesterday on El Reg which was highly critical of the Beeb.
Make of it what you will... I reposted the deleted tweet.
Re: Sympathy vacuum.
4pm. Less than 4:1.. Quite frankly I'm pleasantly amazed and relieved.
I thought it would be at least 20:1 in favour of the attention whores in these days of celebrity nothing worship, x factor and reality television.. I can see why the city boys are getting worried about lookatme.com.
Re: Sympathy vacuum.
Only an attention whore ratio of 6:1? Come on people - don't let me down. It's lunchtime.
Anyone who signs up for a site that should really be called www.lookatme.com deserves to be raped in every orifice by fraudsters on a daily basis.
Article in brief.
Disappointed with your MS product before you even got it?
Better get used to that..
Re: iTunes once had DRM but now doesn't?
"Apple-focused infrastructure" (feel the epic grandure)
Is that what one gets when Apple's proprietary plugs stop you from using anything that they don't have a cut of?
Apple-focused infrastructure... ahh thats a classic.. thanks for the chuckle.
I've always thought wikipedia needed a liberal sprinkling of high rise terminators.. not to mention a good dose of 'like'...
Suck it, Mapple.
Oh and by the way last time I checked reality, being defined as 'cool' by the establishment in fact means the exact opposite.
Arr me hearties. It'll be like firing canonballs at a wisp o' hair from Davy Jones golden locks.
she's gonna regret it..
..when she discovers Apple have patented the shape of a human eye.