15 posts • joined 30 Jul 2012
The Reg has been on an anti-DAB crusade for about 10 years now.
Without straying onto the topic of internet radio, I like my DAB radios and anecdotally I think most of the radio listening public feel either neutral or positive towards it. In fact given the choice between 10 stations on FM, 50 on DAB I know which one will give me more content I want to listen to. My kitchen radio? DAB. Garage? DAB. My car? See below..
The only way to increase uptake further is to put more effort into getting DAB sets installed and working in cars. I had a horrendous mini countryman courtesy car last month, the only saving grace being an excellent DAB radio - why has it taken until 2012 for vehicle manufacturers to to even install them alongside FM??
Anyway - the Reg, you've been forecasting the death of DAB for a decade like some crazed FM-Shareholder. Maybe after all this time you should pop out and buy a set and maybe, just maybe it might not be as bad as you thought.
That video is fcking mental.
Best get off that high horse....
I've had exactly the same thing on The Register. Logged in, clicked on 'my posts' and found myself browsing someone else's profile. Perhaps I should have got on the phone to the ICO as well.
Tom Cruise invented this.
I watched The Minority Report last night. Not seen it before, despite it being released way back in 2002. Plenty of pinch to zoom on show in it, and a couple of years before the patent in question was applied for.
Paris, because she could make anything bigger with a twidddle of her fingers.
Since when was being able to choose where to shop a bad thing? If I bought a computer and it only let me buy things from Amazon I'd be sending it back.
It might be a primitive design but I bet one kid can kill another kid with it.
Some people seem to think this Stuart chap isn't all he seems. There's some interesting reading here: http://www.computer-choppers.com/stuart_hughes_fraud.html
Re: For the love of god, please...
This is true - Comic Sans may be offensive to many IT folk but it is used for good reason in education. The downvoters might like to reflect on how domain knowledge can sometimes be as important as technical knowledge.
I'm going to apply for a patent for a system to prevent people floating away. It'll be called 'gravity'. While I'm at it I'll register another one for a system to illuminate an open space. That one's called 'light'.
Someone stop the world please so I can get off.
Another vote for browser agent. When the wife first got her Asus Transformer she set it to IPAD, otherwise the BBC claimed her device wasn't compatible. These days she leaves it as 'desktop'. None of her browsing gets recorded as Android - doesn't mean it's not happening though.
All in it together
It's all very well people getting on their high horse about tax avoidance but it's us the Amazon customers doing the avoiding: I buy from Amazon and save 20% on the high street price. Where does that saving come from? Because they're paying tax as 'efficiently' as possible and they're doing that on my behalf.
Quite frankly, the pudgy-faced chancellor gets quite enough of my cash already so I'm more than happy with that arrangement.
I'm not convinced by any of Nintendo's recent products, mostly because 2 minutes on a 3DS in Game left me boss-eyed for an hour but in fairness to them I doubt many 70 year olds 'get' modern technology.
Re: That round clock
Not quite. I think you'll find it's a zero-corner rectangle.
The point is that Apple claim their design to be so revolutionary and unique that Samsung couldn't possibly have stumbled on it by accident and therefore must have copied the iphone.
By proving that Sony, LG, Samsung and others were doing the same thing before and after the iphone launch, the design is shown to be obvious. Factor in the evidence that the iphone was directly inspired by the Sony design and apple look less revolutionary and at best evolutionary.
In other news, it turns out the iphone isn't actually magical either.
- iPad is an iFAD: Now we know why Apple went running to IBM
- Updated HIDDEN packet sniffer spy tech in MILLIONS of iPhones, iPads – expert
- Apple orders huge MOUNTAIN of 80 MILLION 'Air' iPhone 6s
- Black Hat anti-Tor talk smashed by lawyers' wrecking ball
- Climate: 'An excuse for tax hikes', scientists 'don't know what they're talking about'