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Re: Bertie Carvel
This would be great and would fit the profile nicely. Younger guy, excellent British actor...however he's already appeared in Dr. Who... in "The Lazarus Experiment"
Admittedly he was listed as "Mysterious Man" and we don't in anyway know who he was linked to and he just warns Martha that the doctor is dangerous and to watch out, so that's no showstopper.
He's currently up for a Tony award for his work on the broadway version of Matilda, which is proving massive over there.
Re: Ahhh EVE
That's just a good description of "The Internet"
Re: Oh boy.
We would be happy to have you in the PC Gamer Magazine Corp; PCG Enterprises.
Come back..you know you want to...beckons whilst backing off into a unclaimed Wormhole (not a euphemism).
This is the widely accepted theory amongst the conspiracy guys, yes.
A simplistic explanation:
For those of you that haven't played the game players fight over bits of space and can create player owned stations. When attacked, they go into a "defensive mode" which renders them immune to attack for a time dependent on the amount of special fuel they have (Strontium in this case).
A rival corporation will come back at the right time with lots of ships (players) and blow the heck out of it, if it hasn't been repaired and put back online really quickly. The new corporation will then claim that space.
There have been incidents where people have had their comms lines cut, servers have been downed etc. to prevent hostile actions, fleets being formed and even to take key players out of battles.
Had the Atari, the Psion 3, the Libretto and the first EEE PC 701.
This category is completely misunderstood by manufacturers.
I want an ultraportable machine that I can use anywhere, is relatively solidly built (no stupid Ultrabook breakability) and I'll pay a premium to get a proper usable machine. I don't care about resolution (up to a point) and I don't care about the thing looking poncey. Bigger screens? I've got a 40" monitor that I'll plug in to the thing if I want a big screen, this is for working, not watching rubbish or playing games on.
God knows why the PC companies haven't made netbooks with decent specs. Why can't I have 8gb of Ram and a decent chip? I'll pay for it.
The closest I've seen is the HP DM1, which when you put an SSD and 8Gb of Ram in it, is a great little machine.
Re: Good news
I remember Stacker fondly. Good luck to you!
Actually this "Netbook" will run Skyrim and Eve Online happily in decent resolution
Just stick 8gb of fast Ram in there and a decent SSD and it will beat almost any laptop available under £700 quid for an outlay of about £400, as well as being actually portable.
The onboard Nvidia chipset, although not the fastest thing in the world, really beats any of the intel equivalents (or indeed the Ion platform from NVidia) for games.
I wear glasses already
This is going to look utterly retarded.
Its not going to lure me away from Spotify either
On any platform.
And how much did they spend on his balloon and spacesuit promotion?
Charity starts at home mate, why not stop wasting money on dumb thrill seeking and invest in polar bears or whatever yourself. Or team up with David Blaine and then everyone can ignore the both of you for the price of one.
My galaxy just broke
After falling from 2ft up. I had spent the previous two weeks fixing all of the problems Samsung had created with their awful overlay, such as their awful keyboard, terrible animations and godawful software. I can confidently state that Samsung have the worst overlay I've ever used and I actually miss HTC's Sense.
Wot no numeric keypad?
So Microsoft have finally decided that we don't need to input sheets of figures quickly into our computers in roder to do complex calculations (which is after all what computers were invented for).... and more importantly it's going to be really difficult to play Nethack without one.
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