17 posts • joined Thursday 24th May 2012 10:13 GMT
Re: 1000 System Admins?
The agent smiles and says "that's what they want you to think".
Better for most people
In my experience most people use just one or two passwords for everything and just one or two email addresses too. We all know that this is a bad thing but I can't even persuade my wife (who is quite tech savvy) to change her ways; what chance with the rest of the world?
Persona isn't perfect but it is a lot better version of the single password everywhere option. Who knows we might even be able to persuade people to change their passwords occasionally if they only have to change it in one place.
Re: MP in 'completely clueless' shocker ...
Extreme content should have adult verification so that children cannot access it. This stuff is damaging and will cause trauma to any ones mind.
What constitutes "adult verification"? I can't think of any viable way of verifying that a person is an adult on the internet.
Re: Top 4 ISPs only
Yes; I used to be with Nildram before they got swallowed by Pipex and then as you say...
Pipex. Wait, TalkTalk did what to Pipex??
I have been very happy with Zen for several years now and they still look strong, my main worry is that the politicians may eventually see past the top 4.
Top 4 ISPs only
A quick search tells me my ISP is only number 8 in the list.
Perhaps this will be a self-selecting measure if only those who use BT, Virgin, Sky and Talk-Talk will be affected. If you care enough about it you will change to a smaller (and almost certainly better) ISP.
The majority will be "protected" and the rest of us can carry on taking responsibilty for our own lives (and those of our children).
Dragonfly isn't dead
The thing I like best about Opera is Dragonfly, other browsers have similar tools but Dragonfly works best for me. I am a little sad about the move to webkit but I understand the reasons, but I am much sadder that Dragonfly isn't in Opera 15.
says And one more - Dragonfly is not dead though we cannot give you more information yet.
I do hope it makes it into 16 or 17 I would hate to lose it. In the meantime I will stick with Opera 12 which still works fine.
Re: Hoping for the greater mug to come along?
There's another forum I'm a member of ...
Sounds like a great forum for advice on when to sell your investments, simply do the reverse of the advice given and you should do quite well.
Please come back to this post once your kids have reached say 10 years old and let us know how it went.
No vendor prefixes in Blink
I found this interesting; from http://www.chromium.org/blink
"Historically, browsers have relied on vendor prefixes (e.g., -webkit-feature) to ship experimental features to web developers. This approach can be harmful to compatibility because web content comes to rely upon these vendor-prefixed names. Going forward, instead of enabling a feature by default with a vendor prefix, we will instead keep the (unprefixed) feature behind the “enable experimental web platform features” flag in about:flags until the feature is ready to be enabled by default. Mozilla has already embarked on a similar policy and the W3C CSS WG formed a rough consensus around a complementary policy."
So no more vendor prefixes! (at least in Blink) That will make the CSS tidier but it does mean we can't use shiny new features as soon as they become available in one browser.
"most will see this as an embedded duopoly using its market power to undermine competitors"
Yep. Though Callam McMillan might be right about the competition commission, and/or the EU blocking it on this side of the pond.
Re: NZ Has No TV Tax
It looks like Jolyon Smith and I have swapped places, it must be part of some programme to keep the world from spinning off it's axis.
NZ used to have a similar system to the UK but the smaller pool of licence fee payers wasn't sufficient to fund what was essentially a copy of the BBC. They had to add commercials to the NZBC channels to make up the funding shortfall, for a while they had the worst of both worlds. I guess you could say they still do but at least they don't have a separate licence fee.
I think the BBC is great but I hate the licence fee, the collection policy is very aggressive and it must be very inefficient to run a whole extra tax system to fund one goverment department.
The changes are trivial
The original blog post only seems to be talking about import/export functions, which I must confess (as a non-user) I didn't even know existed.
Outlook has traditionally supported importing and exporting data to and from many different file formats. Many of the formats Outlook has supported are outdated and are no longer in mainstream use. Outlook will continue to support comma-separated-value (.csv) files as well as .PST files, but other file formats are no longer supported.
This list includes:
- ACT! Contact manager files
- Word 97-2003 (.doc)
- Excel 97-2003 (.xls)
- Outlook Express archives
This may be important to some users but I suspect not to the majority.
" I can't see Brits welcoming signs in euro-kph."
But what if you changed the actual speed limits at the same time, 70mph to 130kph on motorways for instance?
I'll have a pint but I don't care if it is actually 560ml.
Re: Move out.
I can't imagine that there are a lot of other businesses in Espoo who could use a building like this. And of course Nokia have to live somewhere, in their current position building a new office (even a more efficient one) probably isn't viable.
I think Nokia are probably stuck with occupying it whether they own it or lease it.
Re: How about
Sounds a bit like the Asus Padfone to me.
Smartphone when you want one, tablet when you want more and you can add a keyboard if you actually want to do some work.
Looks to me like the best of all worlds except for the price.
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