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Learn from the original... Martha Lane Fox.
How to make millions and get ahead :- talk too fast in a flat monotone for 4 minutes, while looking slightly off-camera. Also, brush your hair beforehand with a live electrode.
The job - just as it always has - will go to the girl with the biggest tits. Just shortens the application process.
Re: If you like a lot of camera on your smartphone join our club
So Nokia have just won at phone cameras.
Not exactly. It's a win if they put it into something that people want to buy.
Ah! The 808 PureView. Ok... so it's a win if they put it into something that they're willing to sell...
Re: Get a grip on your massive storage requirements
Why on God's green earth would you need more than 32GB of internal storage on a cameraphone?
Dunno; why would you need more than 640K in your PC?
Re: No expandable storage?
I have a Lumia, and can confirm that the auto-upload to Skydrive is completely hassle-free and means that onboard storage is academic.
'D hate to be on a plane with one of these.
Since Nokia unveiled its imaging technology in the final Symbian phone, the PureView 808 in February 2012, it’s been a guessing game when the system would run on a modern OS.
So when do you think that is going to happen?
In other news...
... Pope Catholic, bear seen defecating in woods, yet another major Government IT project egregiously fucked up.
Re: Have to say I smell a rat here
Now, of course, if we are not talking about the 99% of drones but of the few high-flyers who are intent on building their careers and impressing the management, in other words, those with high-level diplomas and overbearing personalities who simply cannot live an instant without total and complete access to eveything they need to impress the upper echelon, then yes, I totally can see BYOD being an indispensable part of the landscape. For the chosen few.
These sort of people should all be provided with a Nokia N93; it's the device which would cause the most pain and discomfort when rammed up their (OK, that's enough - Ed.)
Re: Nice PR spin
A queue doesnt ALWAYS mean high demand, it just means limited supply.
But you can make it sound like it's indemand.
But you can only fool people once. And nobody was fooled last time.
Re: Non disclosure?
Based on what he did for Microsoft who would want to employ him? Nokia or Blackberry aside, of course
Sinofsky or Eadon?
Re: No more Windows - /rant
WIndows could well end up like Doors...
If I was Ballmer, I'd avoid going to Paris and taking baths.
'Jury still out'... since when?
The jury came in a long while ago. And the verdict is most definitely Esther Williams.
Re: Excellent Article
You forgot the bit that goes 'SME viagra SME cialis SME levitra SME casino SME lonely wives' etc. ...
Re: He was never snarky, pompous or clever-clever.
shame on ElReg!They did delete all of his comments! Mo..f*ckers!
ALL of them? That's really sad.
I hope they had to do it manually. Comment by comment.
ANd I hope the server crashes pre-backup, so they have to do it all again!
" ...the Bebo users deserve better that what they have received in the past few years."
No they don't. They deserve exactly what they have received in the past few years.
Nail on the head. I'd like to see a figure for the number of apps which were developed independently for pleasure and/or profit, as opposed to those which were paid for by Microsoft or Nokia to pad the store. A lot less than 100,000 now, isn't it.
At least we know one of them is Angry Birds, as Microsoft is using it in its extremely unhip and tedious saturation UK TV ad campaigns. 'May the Birds be with you'. Whoop-de-doo, they've got a game which was released in 2009! I'm so excited I need to go to the dry cleaner's.
Anyone can bid for the contract...
... as long as they own a decent sized tract of land in the Nevada desert. And a JCB.
> If done right Firefox will push Microsoft into fourth
But... but... Microsoft isn't in third.
Re: The more I think about it,
I think you're using that wrong.
Re: But... but...
I can be as uninformed as you can be sarcastic.
... Windows Phone isn't in third place.
Altavista, in the UK in any case, ...
... has been dead since long, long before Yahoo bought it.
Spool back to 2000. Altavista committed suicide when their UK MD announced they would be offering unmetered net access, back in the days when BT had the wholesale monopoly and nobody (except AOL) could afford to enter the market.
About nine months after the announcement, and after about half the UK had registered its interest, the MD backtracked frantically, and then 'resigned' a couple of days later.
Snuffle, snort, oink, belch.
Re: How long before...
Or, how long before Ballmer understands the meaning of the word 'partner'. (Hint: it's not synonymous with 'victim'.)
Re: Advertising Video
Or: 'See that desktop? That's you, that is!'
> Using your smartphone for playing location based games like Ingress that get you moving around outside?
Ingres? Whan I was a lad, using that kept you stuck inside the dingiest offices imaginable.
Re: Still remember
My mum told me that if the wind changed, my face would stay like that.
I was so terrified I went to live on Macquarie Island.
Re: We've been here before
> but we work in IT, incremental change is meant to be something we are good at.
No, what we are good at in IT is buggering up large projects. The larger the project, the more spectacular the bugger-up. And face it, as projects go, industry-wide gender equality is a pretty big one.
Re: I'm surprised at Sapna Cheryan.
I'm not. For academics, this kind of research is the gift that keeps on giving.
Just think, if we ever did get gender parity in IT, this lot would have to go back to researching appendicular hearing in orthoptera.
They never thought of Facebook, though, did they!
> 320000 sub-Saharan children are blind.
Don't tell Ballmer - he'll start marketing at them.
It worked! It worked...
A few months ago I was wasting time on LinkedIn and an InMail dropped in my inbox from a Google recruiter, asking to headhunt me. I replied saying I wasn't interested, and wouldn't be until they dropped their silly recruitment process.
I'm happy to have contributed to society in this way. And it's all free. I thank you.
(PS: if the Google guy is reading this :- I'm still not interested.)
Schmidt is quite right. But that doesn't mean he himself isn't an idiot.
Except that lack of attractiveness could arguably be considered a disability.
IANAL but (this time) I'm right behind any lawyers who get their teeth into this bunch of creeps.
Your Shill-O-Mat is due for service or repair
> 3rd place isn't a bad position to be in
Sure isn't. Shame Microsoft aren't in it.
> look at Nokia's resurgence
Your microscope's broken.
> I haven't seen anything wrong with Surface
You're probably too busy looking at Nokia's resurgence.
A pedant writes...
A 'sabbatical' is when someone is given (paid or unpaid) leave from their job in order to pursue something else (usually research) for a (usually) fixed period of time, after which they return to their job.
Therefore, Sinofsky is not on sabbatical. He is unemployed.
They'd be better off with Norris Cole. At least he makes a point of knowing what's going on all the time.
Re: Yeah, about that Windows button...
I'm a nerd and every time I get a PC I patch the registry so that the Windows key doesn't function.
Not that I'm going to be getting another PC for a while, of course.
What is happening to our young people? They disrespect their elders, they disobey their parents. They ignore the law. They riot in the streets inflamed with wild notions. Their morals are decaying. What is to become of them?
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