Cos all terrorists post their plans on Twitter, right?
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Cos all terrorists post their plans on Twitter, right?
CAMEROON who has a mate called ALI who likes to SHOOT semi-nude fireman calendars with the OFFICERS dressed as CIVILIANS for charity?
Ooops I mis-spelt Cameron's name
What a splendid HowTo, cheers El Reg!
Now, imagine if everyone tweets the a link with the article title intact...
Watch Keremy Kyle, X-Factor, think microwaving a plastic tub of goo is 'cooking' and "read" The Sun or (worse) The Daily Fail.
It's called the lowest common denominator and there's a reason virtually all media and politicians pander to it when there's not more advantageous sectors for achieving their specific goal. It's also the demographic that is least able to think for itself, hence why they're happy for media/politics to instruct them on how to live their lives.
Harsh? But likely fair...
I don't believe any eco-mentalist stuff because you never know these days who is behind it and with what financial motive. Things seem to be getting warmer but given that we're only 93M miles from a gigantic unshielded fusion reactor the man-made argument is weak enough without all the money-grabbing spin-meister shilling going on increasing our cost of living almost daily, essentially because they can.
The lights are on but the curtains are drawn...
Come, come, Mr Bond. Surely you don't expect me to believe you want us to have a balanced debate?
Because once anyone agrees to this arbitrary code of practice you KNOW the scope creep will begin based upon 'Well, they're already doing THIS, so it's just a small step for them to do THAT with their search engine, too'
Yet again Big Media is in denial and secretly punting the subconscious message of 'buy your media secondhand cos it's the same quality as new'
Given that the British Military seems to be the deniable elite ops arm of US foreign policy, notwithstanding the way UK.gov bends over every time a ranking Yank politican yells drop 'em city-boy.
Are we really still owned by the USA following the cost of hiring them as cannon fodder at the end of WWII with our gold reserve & British US-based businesses? Perhaps if we did something to keep our top boffins and inventors INSIDE the UK for a change...
Kaboom, cos no doubt someone will offer to nuke my scrawny limey ass back to the stoneage for me. As they do.
Space is owned by the Russians cos Yuri got there first.
Is he called Newt cos of his brain ?
Did he really use the noun 'product' as a verb??
It's PRODUCE you numbskull. I bet he's a fan of crappo phrases like 'in-branch', and associated Corporate-verbiage ... more like Copra-verbiage if you ask me ;o)
If this fairly odd piece of law has actually been quietly lobbied into place by celebs who're worried about their 'off brand' activites getting published?
Mind you there's many 'celebs' who really should be forgotten forever, most of them participate in 'reality tv'...
and The Pet Shop Boys
Have both on the PS3, Lovefilm was clunky unintuitive and had no search (maybe they do now they have competition but a fail is a fail).
Netflix UI is nicer, has lots of TV shows and a better selection of movies than Lovefilm had last time I could be arsed to load it's ugly ass up and fail to find anything I wanted to watch.
Lovefilm's getting canned, don't care about disc rentals.
Though if a court happened to hand down a judgement that seriously jiggered up Apple I'm sure they'd not mind so much...
I, for one, can attest to the recreational possibilities of 250 very fresh shrooms....
Beware the dose size!
Those two qualities alone will make the gubbernment keep the stuff banned
WTF she has been paying the mortgage on the place for the last 17 years if she doesn't live there...
That guy's pad has been on the TV and everything, can't be like she didn't know he was Trekking it out.
Erect a digital ringfence around the USA. No matter how important the USA likes to think it is to the Rest of the World, it isn't.
Especially when Rest of the World isn't sharing their money with it's digital economy. Maybe even erect a non-US-controlled (non*anyone* controlled) decentralised DNS system, to boot (no I don't have any architectural suggestions as to how that might work, currently).
The USA, who're they? Ohhh I remember now, are they still going?
Darwin intervenes where health systems artificially preserve life which without intervention Nature would otherwise have left stillborn...
Balance shall be restored!
Lookout for idiots dressed in faux brushed-aluminium attire
This is so far past the Streisand Effect it needs it own name.
I'm sure El Reg'ers will have plenty of suggestions!
Just FUCK OFF already, you total arseclowns
FFS, if they put the same energy into actually creating shit as they do lawyering at the people who do... (as opposed to recombining existing shit in slightly different ways and putting a faux brushed aluminium PNG on it)
On the up side, though, it makes me REALLY want to buy Samsung gear if it has Apple in this much of a hissy fit... Samsung may as well give their marketing dept the rest of the year off, it's being done for them!
Interrogating an SAS officer trained to resist interrogation
Oh well, maybe it was funnier in my head...
They haven't got back to the Drawing Board yet from the last 'oh hang on' discovery some real scientists made...
Hanging onto that 'man made' label in the global warming ecopocalypse (as opposed to it being a natural cycle of the planet) is getting trickier every month... I truly feel for the Quango's and their funding. Not.
Does it show?
Which as he knows damn well, is how SOPA got as far as it did in the first place.
Duplicitous, conniving, self-interested, inethical (not a typo), geriatric, oxygen-stealing bastard.
He got out-lobbied and he's crying like a little girl who didn't get the dolly she wanted for Xmas.
Fail. Cos his heart needs to.
You weren't being in an Apple-approved manner so you're not fit to have our product.
You watch Samsung airlift 1/2 million SG2's in later on today, and fair play to them if they do.
If only the Premier Division clubs had half the balls to do this with their overpaid cavemen.
Popups are just one more thing that can fail, and they bugger up your airflow cos they err... popup :o)
I think you know what I'm going to ask for...
Then if NASA claim they own the pysical notebook they can have it. Or, possibly legally do-able, send them a brand new replacement empty notebook to 'cover the cost' of the other.
$388k for a PDF might not pan out but you'd still have exclusive ownership and maybe a hand-signed CD as the delivery medium.
Of course working for NASA probably means they own an IP you generate while under their employ, like most companies, so technically they may well own the calcs, too.
Err I thought that was already part of touchpad drivers to ignore large-area touches to prevent generating spurious clicks and moves?
e.g. from running 'synclient -l' on the laptop here (Ubuntu, don't even bother trying, Windows users!)
PalmDetect = 0
PalmMinWidth = 9
PalmMinZ = 199
The iphone is already playing catchup to LG & Samsung in all aspects bar the logo, probably HTC, too by now as the Desire HD was certainly on par when it came out.
Mind you, unless you believe Apple 'invented' everything they imply they did, the iphone has always been playing catchup with everyone else... SMS forwarding, video recording, 3G, etc, etc all came late to it.
Apple know it, too, that's why they're suing everyone to prevent their phones being made available.
Fanbois can whine and froth all they like but the fact is the object of their affections is now 'last year's' phone compared to the conetition as soon as it c omes out, and no, Siri is not exactly new - people have been piping ASR into text parsing engines and dumping the output into TTS for years, just not on phones.
Intel will patent something crucial to it and lock Apple out of the ultra-touch-book market without paying a fat tithe to compete, which Apple will ignore reasoning, as usual, that they're Apple so 'fuck off' and then get sued for a billion trillon dollars. And so forth
What goes around comes around.
Was he US-born then or is anyone in the USA fair game if they're 'on the soil' ?
Breeds, make even superer soldier ants that eventually mutate into the Locust Horde or the Chimera and ransacks the world..
If they got 30% of each sale
It should behave like one.
We've had n-key rollover since the early eighties in keyboards. Perhaps someone has a patent on it that Apple cant buy and refuses to pay for.
A judge will order Apple to reimburse for the POS.
Then they can start selling someone else's widgets instead.
Try to break even on that new POS system. Do a deal with Samsung. Drop Apple products. Advertise...
* serving suggestion *
We used to sell Apple products. Till we tried Samsung
It's likely that Crapple did something along the lines of...
How much Applecare profit can we make vs how much we're likely to be fined? More?
Great. Do it.
Hopefully people will be able to demand refunds for mis-sold cover.
They make nothing I want.
Plus I so don't want to appear part of the Apple-buying demographic I avoid them like the plague, anyway.
... these days was as much about removing dangerous folk from society as punishment.
Thank god this guy is taking up the prison bunk of a murderer, rapist or pedo. He's obviously a danger to the very fabric of human existence.
I should hope an appeal would get the sentence reduced. In a sane world. Mind you, in a sane world Big Media would get told to go through the proper channels for redress, too.
You'll have to imagine teacher's red biro marks but...
"Hollywood can do the visuals, but they have no soul"
A+ for effort :oD
The Italian Job remake
Not even in Italy.
"I don't see the tech industry in China coming out with innovative products at all, do you"
I don't see Crapple doing it either. They have been following everyone else since they first got into phones. Late with 3G, cameras, video recording and just ablout everything else.
Before the fanbois bleat about SIRI, it's essentially piping ASR output into a search then punting the search results back into a TTS and it's Nuance that provided the technology, again something else Crapple claim to invent that's been around forever.
Presumably they think they invented the touchscreen. You know, the ones they BUY FROM SAMSUNG...
I was going to say exactly the same about the 6310 I have upstairs in a drawer. Maybe the brainless/biased ITC would like me to send it to them.
Recorded Delivery, of course...