12 posts • joined 6 Nov 2012
Just Good Business
I'm sure that news like this has non-US corporations across the globe clambering to move their IT infrastructure to US cloud services.
Script tag *does* have a type field.
> pick one of the many excellent languages that exist already and making it run in the browser?
I dream of the day that '<script type="text/python">' is supported.
I wonder what the before and after prices would look like expressed in dollars per uptime.
El Reg needs to update their dictionaries, the correct word for "terrorist" and "terrorism" is now "terror".
Why should police need warrants when they are hunting terror people and their terror bombs in their terror trucks? If there's a terror person in a house (possibly a terror house) the police should just kick the doors in and lay down some freedom and liberty. Should it turn out that there were no terror people in the allegedly-not-terror house then the occupants should be happy and relieved that they are terror free. Why involve a judge? Judges just cause more harm than good anyway.
Magna Carta? More like Magna Farta if you ask me.
Re: 14 years?
> I have a hard time believing that it's cheaper to incarcerate individuals for the purposes of manufacturing license plates than it would be to hire a factory in china/taiwan/s.korea to stamp them out.
Cheaper for whom? Unkie Sam and his unlimited credit? The towns who petition to have prisons opened in or near them for employment purposes? The private corporations who are paid by the government and get their own private work forces out of it? Law enforcement/the courts, who get to keep that cheddar wagon rolling with a constant stream of non-violent drug offenders who get put away again and again?
The prison industry in the US is so far off the reservation that it doesn't remember what it looks like. At least it's consistent with every other aspect of the modern day US economy.
Mind, shooting a laser at a commercial airliner with 100s of people on it is a right arse thing to do, definitely worthy of some stern treatment. I think it's time for someone to develop a laser-guided anvil.
If You Don't Like The Surface...
There's a little booth in the back with a sign that reads "The Windows Experience". There you can trade your Surface in for a bottle of Everclear and four hours with a hermaphroditic prostitute.
> at the end of the day smoke and mirrors would probably do as well.
Our company uses images of black monoliths with two-digit integers and the words "AUDIO ONLY" emblazoned in red.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the DOJ and Justice Jackson for excellent handling of the Microsoft antitrust proceedings and the application of the settled upon remedies. Due to your outstanding achievements in the field of excellence we will never again have to worry about Microsoft stifling competition through unfair, immoral and downright illegal business practices.
I think that Steve Buscemi should play them some violin music.
I'd think this was a wonderful system...
...if I were a pedophile.
HORNY ALIEN vegetarian monsters once ROAMED CANADA
How is this news? Horny alien vegetarian monsters still roam the Vancouver area, they're not even hard to find.
Re: Re: What he said
>It didn't merely 'just scrape' previously seen elements, it carefully combined and polished them.
Yup, the one thing that you can say about the recycled mediocrity that is Halo is that it's polished to a mirror sheen. I guess that the statement "Halo defined a new decade of first-person shooters" is valid after all, just as valid as "McDonald's has defined decades of American 'cuisine'".
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- Vid Reg bloke zips through an iPHONE 6 queue from ZERO to 60 SECONDS