Please can I have LESS football?
16 posts • joined 28 Aug 2012
If you don't want to be tracked, why are you using a phone? It's a transmitter, as soon as you switch it on 'they' know where you are!
If you don't want to be tracked, you shouldn't be using ANY electronic device, but then you may still be visible from the hole you leave as you move around.
If you want to be paranoid: It probably wont be long before anyone who doesn't appear to be carrying a switched on phone is regarded as suspicious.
Re: Why badges?
If they are having a 'good day' then they have NO NEED of the space and should leave it for someone who does NEED it.
An iPhool and his/her money are easily parted...
I said 'default', the safer option if you regularly send emails to more than one person,
You just have to make a positive decision to change the address mode to TO:, after which action you can't really claim that you did it accidentally.
Why don't more email systems default to using BCC as the addressing mode?
Presumably they will also inspect everything supplied by Americans, French and indeed everyone else, with the same diligence?
The real problem is the steadily corroding cables to the home...
Unless you change the physical connection, changing ISP isn't likely to give an increase in speed. Its really amazing the data rates that they do manage over the same old corroded damp copper wire intended for telephony, I used to get approx 8MB over ADSL when it was dry, but it would drop to approximately 0MB the day after a good rainstorm, The replacement cable from Virgin has no problems providing me with 100MB+, and the quality of the telephone service has also improived!
Email isn't (shouldn't be) a filing system...
Important documents should be kept in a version controlled respostory.
And American, British, French,...
The 'Three point turn' demonstrates use of gears, clutch, accelerator, together with observation and judgment. Successful completion demonstrates a reasonable level of competence by the driver.
I suspect the reason for the proposal to remove it from the test is the problem of finding a safe stretch of road to perform the maneuver on due to the increasing number of on-road parked cars.
Details of rules breach
Questions to ask objectors
Do you own a mobile phone? 99.9% ob objectors will probably own a modern smartphone, in which case the followup question is: How do you expect to use it?
Too many moving parts...
Hands are so steam-punk. An 'Atomic Clock" needs a digital display.
Has anyone ever considered using Molyslip to speed up an electronic device before?
Re: 4-sided, Rounded corners...
No... This phone borrows it's aethetics from the entire history of handheld devices, if you want a device to be easily held by one hand and to fit comfortably in a pocket what other shape can you make it?