Re: So, for the last 4 or 5 months
Contracts ? No it only ever works in one direction, when you owe them.
66 posts • joined 16 Jan 2013
Contracts ? No it only ever works in one direction, when you owe them.
They close the windows so external attackers cannot attack.
I did, handful of people have issues which is pretty normal these days sadly. Only 1 out of the 30 or so people I know how have bought it have any problems with it.
I'm on AMD, as are most of them.
21 hours into it and hardly touched the campaign, I just enjoy kicking zombies off the roof too much. Coop is simply hilarious, if you find single player dragging, get in a game with your mates, you'll be crying with laughter within half an hour.
I've been enjoying it a lot, turn down draw distance and you'll see a good FPS boost, not sure what the setting does but it certainly doesn't seem to affect draw distance much!
Mostly playing on coop when I can, which adds an entirely new level of mayhem to the game as friends pull aggro from zombies and night becomes far less scary, but far more active as you purposely begin setting off traps etc to get into some enormous fights!
Vice city had my favourite tracks, also the DJs were fantastic. I use to listen to it in my car a lot on the long drives, it was so much better than radio 1 or 2. These days I'm old so I listen to Radio 4..
We couldn't have just left things as they were. NHS Scotland seems to be such a stable place compared to down here, they still have NHS boards (not even trusts) and actually talk to each other rather than competing.
Perhaps I'll just drive over the border when I actually feel ill from now on, only way to get some consistency of care.
This has quite a few possible applications in medicine, architecture, engineering and is frankly more a work friendly device than consumer - I'd be surprised if Apple wasn't considering something similar, but different (and probably more expensive).
If the FOI was knocked back on those grounds, a review could have been requested and if still not satisfied a complaints to the ICO about it would probably have resulted in them being released pronto.
The Reg are taking tips from the latest edition of the "Daily Mail - how to create headlines" manual.
shortly after starting to target the same audience with their own youtube style site. Coincidence?
What use is it though? I'm after a MOBILE phone so give me a speak? What the f..
Might as well have given me 4 pints of semi skimmed milk, I can use that whilst attempting to use the phone too.
You'll get it well under £30 just about anywhere right now, give it a few months and it'll be half that..
Go back to your console peasant.
Yes you would, just that Scotland wouldn't be in it. The United Kingdom of England, Wales and NI would remain.
The West Lothian Question (asked 1977 in Westminster by a Scottish MP) has been left to rot for far too long by the main political parties at Westminster. It certainly needs addressing and I think the tories could use it to their advantage by closing that loophole.
Remember Shetland and Orkney can only have a referendum if an independent Scottish government were to permit it and legally they wouldn't keep "all the oil", but we're forgetting there's oil to be had near Faslane on the West coast.
can I say that a YES vote wouldn't actually mean the person hates the English. I say that as someone married to an English woman but living in Scotland..
I'm hoping for a decisive vote either way, the polling companies are hopefully more inaccurate than normal having never had to predict this sort of result in this political climate within the UK.
All of the anti scot / anti english stuff aside, the Scots have 100% of the UKs Pandas, that's what we should be campaigning for.
I'm no Apple fanboy, I use Windows 8.1 for my sins on my custom gaming PC at home and have a selection of android tablets that the kids use, but I usually find something during Apple presentations which I find cool. Not this time, seen it all before in one flavour or another by another manufacturer and the Apple Watch looked surprisingly similar to others.
Trying to figure out why anyone would want to carry another smart device around which has 10% of the functionality of their existing smartphone. To top it off though it's not even as "nice" as many of the existing smart-watches, they didn't so much as drop the ball as flatten it, make it shiny and try to strap it to their wrists.
I know.. no businesses with use MBAs in an enterprise environment. I do know several who use existing Surface and iPads though.
Which is arguably why it shouldn't have that option during install, people switch off or go for the easiest options. By all means leave it in the software but have it as something you have to do after installation.
I agree though, idiots have nobody to blame but their probably part time/outsourced IT person they had do it for them, or who installed it so they could remote in later to fix printer drivers..
Screws? Apple have tended to use pressure and glue recently, it looks far less refined than even cheap mobiles in the photographs. So either Apple is putting servicing of mobile devices higher than aesthetics for a change or it's fake IMO.
11000 windows PCs
But the story mentions 110000 unique IPs, surely that could be a lot more PCs.
and we can get at the oil under Faslane.
How long until the first one is dropped?
How long until someone attempts a honeypot?
"Julius Davies, data centre technology specialist at Microsoft, also advises businesses to use the migration from WS2003 as an opportunity to start making decisions about the future."
Julius I'd be very careful what you ask for buddy.
It didn't come across as blocking, it came across as simply clueless as to how Google works. She seems vague and confused about what was being asked but still mumbled the same garbled shit out.
She wasn't the best interviewee but the interviewer could have asked better, more probing questions. Neither came out of it well tbh.
The stats don't really tell us anything useful due to how they're collected.
Extremely handy for meetings at work..Whilst you sleep.
Mashing the self destruct button with their foreheads then.
They can have some of hair off my back, what's the going rate?
I don't want a watch which needs to be paired with a phone, I want a smart watch which is a phone too.
MtGox needs to go down the pan, it's been poorly run. Bitcoin really needs a decent, secure and well run exchange and less of the amateurs who don't quite grasp how the system works.
Fortunately people can store their bitcoins locally, personally I hold none on exchanges and only usually sell via localbitcoins.
I'm glad I come here for the most up to date information on IT.
There's always an Apple fanboi banging on about money too.
Then there's the lurkers like me who don't give a toss what brand it is or what OS is on it, as long as it's the best device for my needs.
Don't wait on the company going to the ICO - this is the mistake many people make, they won't.
Report the company yourself, it takes all of 5 minutes.
My gaming PC is paying for itself, whilst the sceptics sit in cold room wondering what it's all about. £100/month after electricity is not to be scoffed at from alt-coin mining, but please continue to play it down whilst I continue to milk this whilst the going is good :)
Get in line, It's clearly good stuff.
Gets right into the bit of your hand where the germs love too, excellent!
If it's got a camera.
You don't mine Bitcoins anymore even with a single ASIC miner. You mine altcoins using ATI graphics cards, ideally several and trade those for BTC. It's much more effective.
ASIC miners can't currently mine altcoins like litecoin, digitalcoin, worldcoin etc as they use scrypt which ASIC doesn't support although there are rumours of them coming out in the future. However they won't mine faster than people using decent ATI cards, only run with lower power requirements.
It's still viable to run a PC with ATI GPUs 24/7, it more than covers the electricity and with a single 9750 you'll get around £80/month profit at current prices, but it's really those playing the long game - hoping prices rise that are doing it. Personally I'm not entirely convinced the profit calculators online are reliable anyway especially with the rising cost of electricity, potential HW failures if you don't keep everything cool and fluctuations in the BTC/LTC market which has been all over the place in the past month.
Whilst listening for the partner/parent or sibling opening the door to their room..
I feel like I'm missing out on the hate party by having no brand loyalty. I don't care how shiny it is, I buy what's best at the time or is more likely to suit my future needs, not based on badge or corporate branding.
I'm struggling to feel any sympathy to his co-workers, but is anyone really surprised that even in the NSA people don't quite get the importance of credentials being private?
That's a lot of staff, a hell of a lot.
I've got a Nexus 7 and iPad v 4, the iPad is firmly in second place amongst my family as it doesn't allow mutliple accounts. Where as the N7 has one for each of us.
Annoyingly I've spent far more on the iPad in terms of apps, especially for my daughter who won't even look at it if the N7 is available.
GG&C is a muddled mess of old health boards shoved together, they have a lot of management, team leaders etc.
I'm just curious if this is down to lack of change management with a staff member doing something silly, however as it's IT this would almost certainly be covered up with "transient network issues".
It's a bit of a silly argument to have on The Reg, it's not going to happen anyway. Truth is most Scots have kin in England, Wales and Ireland and frankly like being part of the UK. I personally think that'll show in next years vote.
This will continue to happen until we start seeing staff being personally held responsible for this and seeing it published - was this staff member sacked from gross negligence ? Was their department sticking to any agreed mandatory training for staff? If not why not?
People need to start losing their jobs for this sort of thing, but it rarely happens and usually involves some deal for them to leave with a golden handshake.
Only for knuckle draggers - those with any common sense are waiting on the actual non-biased facts to come from the governments on both sides of the border and from the EU etc. Personally I detect Cameron, but I'm very skeptical of anything that comes out of Emperor Salmonds mouth too.