anecdotes about his vacation in Spain
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Oh, and 'Assclowns'.
2850 posts • joined 16 Jul 2007
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Oh, and 'Assclowns'.
Two huge successes via Kickstarter.
Nice to see you _can_ stick it to the man. (not to say that The Man didn't stick some pledge in I suppose)
And I bet I know which company offered to help mitigate that risk. For an appropriate fee.
Couldn't get a patent on that process but I own the copyright so I'm still entitled to some monetary relief from your use of it.
It's the ultimate trolling tool they're trying to get written into law.
What a fabulous way to lose 1/4M spondoolicks. Complete and utter greedfail. I doubt anything he was doing on the domain, if anything, made that much.
If he'd died it'd be a first class Darwin.
(I wonder if he had google ads on it.. lol)
IP Lawyers love kittens!
Yeah I wonder if that might turn out to be Northrop Grumman, Raytheon,
Massive Dynamic General Dynamics and their warmongering pals?
And see if the results change.
That's a nice scientific approach don't you think?
Which one, the one you suspect is going on when some high grade science opposing your opinion comes out or the Warmologists?
Yeah cos it'll get warmer SOMETIME and it's your fault TODAY.
I know we all think it is but is it actually in writing from SUN anywhere as it would seem moronic for Oracle to even bring the case otherwise.
Presumably the Java 'License' has some anti-free wordage which Oracle are basing this on or something else sneaky, nasty and tricksy like those Hobbitses.
To charge people on their sync rate, so if you get 'upto' 8Mbit in your area but your router syncs at 4Mbit (due to your crappy aluminium connections, being far from the exchange, etc) then you pay half the 8MBit price for the duration of that link.
Internet's not expensive but there's defo a case to be answered in there somewhere.
Is your privacy when a company is holding your data.
If someone somewhere agrees that we all have privacy over own own stuff we want kept private (a foregone, you'd think but govt's don't like that stuff) then...
The law should extend to organisations holding data you have provided and indicated you want kept private. e.g. Facebook profiles (hide from search, visible to friends, e.g. authorised people, only). So it should enforce that privacy except that the Met/whomever don't need a warrant to ransack your FB data (in they same way as they would your house), they only need to ask FB's tech people to 'co-operate with an investigation' which they likely will.
So one aspect of the problem is the enforcement of privacy (or lack of by people in power who decide that might inconvenience them). Your so-called 'privacy' rights should be extended to all dimensions of your life if any at all. Which means the ICO needs to tell companies that they do NOT own your data, they merely store it on your behalf. Which then means they need to mandate they store UK peoples' data (for example) in a UK jurisdiction so it can be enforced and that they never 'extradite' the data to storage in jurisdictions with weaker rules.
Can't see that coming into being any time soon, can you?
Or is evidence just stuff that supports the MAFIAA plaintiff and 'bloody inconvenient' is anything that may support the defendant?
I'd have thought in the civilised world (e.g. anywhere east of Newfoundland) that legit files were evidence for the defence team.
Evidently it uncovered warmologically inconvenient truths...
Cue suspenseful musical stuff...
Especially if it were some kind of inverse of Being John Malkovich where everyone in the world turned into Cruise instead of anyone in the world being able to control John Malkovitch.
Millions of Tom Cruise's running like a twat with a grimace, hitting walls (give me frustration, Tom, yeah that's great), being smug-yet-cheesey, looking like a rodent and being all Scientological and perhaps discovering Xenu's remains in Atlantis...
No shit, we wouldn't want Sally on the street being able to secure her private information from the State, now, would we.
I thought the Greeks had the (C) on 'Rosetta Stone' and all translation thingies, esp from Coptic to Demotic (if I remember the Stone's purpose correctly)...
It's their own stupid fault for picking a generic term for their company name. 'Rosetta Stone' being the name of a thing, like Windows or Apple. You may as well whine because you called your stupid company Ice Cream and you don't like Google using Ice Cream Sandwich.
Some backroom lawyer just punted the idea of a possible payday to his director to make it look like he was worth his salary.
Your right-angled triangle has a vertex with a 90-degree inner angle. We have copyright on presenting a right-angled triangle in such a manner.
Likewise your squares and rectangles are presented with four 90-degree corners.
(lucky for them the corners weren't rounded I guess)
They'll charge it
If it comes with Frikkin' Lasers !
I also accuse Smith & Wesson of murder, then.
You'd think they'd be more proud that one of their nation's national sports has been picked up by the the Aussie's, or does a US TrollCo own a patent on patent trolling?
Good on the Aussies for holding fast.
First Android users, now Farcebork ownership
It's been a rough few days for the baristas, errrr, creatives
Apple invented the 'holding it wrong' phrase...
And nor's the MPAA, sadly. (Although they're losing friends like Weinstein which is a start)
Perhaps if we're lucky Chris Dodd will get to meet up with Steve Jobs soon.
Appleists haven't got over the 'loss' of Instagram yet, either
I'd shed a tear but it'd be crocodile-flavoured (is that kinda chicken-y?).
A Java term predating iThings if I'm not mistaken ?
Or did they licence that along with ios (Cisco), iphone (Fujitsu?) and (perhaps not...) ipad (Proview) ?
That is all.
Apart from 'You didn't really think they wouldn't expand their app onto something as big as Android, did you?'
These naive people who think companies are somehow their 'friends'... sheesh.
Hearty congratulations then, presumably...
to Samsung. (Or perhaps Sharp, LG as well?)
I remember reading somewhere years ago that a human being dissipates about 1.5kW per bod avg...
Hmm double the population that's another 3Bn x 1.5kW = 4.5 TW. Something to think about maybe.
Meatsack warming anyone? Where's my quango application form...
Surely extinction would be a _failure_ to adapt?
Only taking about 10% of the mickey, mind you :o)
Actually, thinking about it, isn't there some kind of customisable soundboard app for tablets that would do 85-90% of the same, anyway ?
Don't their terms say you can't do that and they can withhold ad revenue?
So WTF is statcounter's 35.75% - 34.81% share slide of IE worldwide then?
Is one of these reporting global pork-pie share or something cos that's a massive discrepancy.
Spring leaves blossom
Quoth you 'carbon strangles life'
Your "Science" dismays me
Obviously a budding comedian, too, then.
Unless it involves Apple.
Well what goes around.... ;o)
Measure in UK workers-sacked-by-Kraft wages?
Any game that lets you mod a character... Mass Effect 1,2,3 anyone ?
I bet they get awarded it, all the same... Useless Stupid Patent Troll Orifice
Never had any on my phone, maybe it's tablet-specific instead - no use for a tablet yet. At least the touchboard is capable of displaying lower case when you're typing or can apple tablets do that - their phones & mp3 players certainly don't seem to be able to.
I always assumed Android tablets were like phones but bigger, interface-wise, maybe the Honeycomb UI is a bit poo?
Ahhh of course, a politically correct/markety thing, like BC/BCE and AD/CE, then?
Inconvenient bloody weather, eh?
When everyone agrees that all the climate 'science' has been independently peer-reviewed and that what's left is as real and factual as it can be.
There, warmologists, the cure lies within your own hands.
NB I don't not-believe in global warming, just the highly lucrative shrieking of 'man-made' by our new plutocratic warmology elite who have shiny new lifestyles to maintain.
From all the guff surrounding it I thought it was a finished V1.0, just the 'beta' thing alone is misleading, surely, given the hype that emanated from Cupertino's marketing strike clones.
Never mind the fact that it doesn't actually do what is claimed to the standard that is claimed/implied.
"There is no SiriGate". OK, we'll pay out. History repeating ?
Yes there is you mendacious, grasping, control-freak greed-failists or you wouldn't be paying up now, would you?
Lies, Damned Lies and Big Business
You can expect Microsoft to do this too. It's be the Game Development Co's pushing the whole secondhand tied-in thing as much as anyone.