2759 posts • joined 16 Jul 2007
It's almost as if...
Oracle has become tired of existing.
Hope it has.
Re: What I wonder
Do they even know a takedown has been issued?
Is there a published list other than what Google makes available, wherever that is ?
Re: I would have taken the pages down ...
And hopefully Microsoft would fire a lawsuit at the perpetrator which cost them enough to re-evaluate their business model.
Thereby doing everyone a small favour.
I've been asking Google for something like this for ages.
Glad they finally listened to me, all those emails beginning 'Do you know who I am?' must have finally paid off.
Irony/Sarcasm icons required.
Re: Google Switch
Until you install Facebook, presumably, which will try and grab anything it has half a chance of getting.
If he were a senator though
Would he not get diplomatic immunity ?
Re: Shame it's HDMI 1.4
Surely HDMI standards specify how to deal with fallback to older interfaces?
Which means my non-smart bedroom TV can now do Netflix where my XBMC Pi can't.
Via USB from a computer
My my reasonably obvious guess!
Re: God I love the Justification....
"What is this 'Rest of World' of which you speak?"
I'm fairly sure GCHQ would say
We are GCHQ.
We don't "justify"
Looks like it, for all the world, yeah! And Google paid for it, too.
Even as a contractor I still think I'm in the wrong bloody job sometimes, I need to learn how to milk snakes for oil.
Turn speech into text. Already done elsewhere.
Search for stuff based on text string. Pretty sure this has been done elsewhere *smirk*.
Joining the two together is somehow unobvious and patentable?
Peeling a banana. Eating. I shall now patent the process of peeling a banana and eating it.
Data Management 101
COPY, don't MOVE.
So, you reckon, like, at the BEHEST of
U(sa) Kno Who ?
Is it just me or...
Do the Aussies seem to have an preternatural affinity for all things quantum and opto these days?
They dug too deep
YOU SHALL NOT PASS!!!
And so forth
Which is all OK until you consider
Is the blocklist a centralised gov't controlled DB of stuff?
In which case expect scope creep, especially as soon as Big Meeja start backhanding their pet politicians (as then they'll no longer need a court case per block) and that's just one example of where it'll all turn to shit.
Re: American logic
I think that's just why they say they're having another war.
It's just a pretext for what they actually want.
As an atheist...
I explain things thus to religious types:
You know how many many years ago people would throw stones at the moon, shout & wave spears at solar eclipses to drive off whatever was 'eating the day'? You know how we look back on those ancient civilisations and smile yet we understand how, back in those superstitious and unenlightened times, they might come to think those things and hold those beliefs?
That's how atheists look at you.
Ohhh so s/he's doing us a _favour_
Well that's just dandy then.
Re: Surely ISPs are all for this really.
Lovedrive at a guess?
I wonder if 'Bianca Beauchamp' will be a banned term
As you please while you yet have a choice ;o)
Re: Public Servants Filtered?
They'll have the inverse filter.
Only kink and kiddie porn.
The ISPs have rewired everything
Like every device in your house has a separate bloody internet connection from your ISP.
Further evidence that that utter twunt and dangerous jackass Cameron has fuck all clue what he's talking about.
Or is intentionally spouting lies and bullshit.
Or most likely BOTH
Fixed it for you, David
the "corroding" influence of The British Government on the hearts and mind of young Britons
Re: An idea...
Or sign only for physical distribution and negotiate the digital distro with the endpoints themselves.
I'm sure management co's of the likes of Queen, Floyd, U2, Iron Maiden, etc could do that if it suited them.
Re: Nearly Zero.
Aren't those rates set by the record co's though?
Spotify will pay the least it can as that's good business but it's incumbent on those licensing it to work in the interest of their artists. At least superficially.
is that possibly not more down to their publisher rather than the act itself, except in the cases of peole like Coldplay et al ?
I still dont get it though
Why pretend you're dressing like a prison inmate who's advertising the availability of their arse for a bout of rough man-love in the laundry (or wherever's handy).
Or does it mean something so more subtle that's it's beyond the ken of folks who don't do it?
I bet Lacroix hangs out in #Perl on Efnet (that's on IRC to the rest of us), cynically telling people who've already searched everywhere else to 'go RTFM you moron and stop wasting our time'.
When after all, #perl is a last bloody resort anyway for Perl clues because of the social dysfunctionals that inhabit it exhibiting precisely that dickhead behaviour.
@AC & chums
I note we're still awaiting enlightenment from your vast IT experience(s) on what the replacement ultra-secure OS should be.
Well, you've had enough time to at least get to Wikipedia...
My money's on someone touretting 'MacOS' or 'BSD'. In which you've failed cos I said them first even though I'd use neither. So there.
Pints for everyone bar you.
"put off calling government phone numbers altogether"
Does anyone ever wonder if that may be the point?
Not that you'll every find me watching football anyway though I believe quite a lot of people do. Whether there's any demographic intersection between people who know what a VPN is and footballists is another matter, mind you.
All for starving greedy companies of revenue, all the same.
Glad the UK was able to share something back to the US
He missed a trick there
I have auto-sweep set up on my PP account ;o)
(At least that's how I remember having set it...)
"Operated within the law"
Google, Amazon, Starbucks, Vodafone...
Ahhhh politicians, they always want to EAT the cake as well....
You could accept, with grateful humility, your good fortune to have sold this much snake oil already and give the yacht a polish.
You'd think, though
That they would test against software as well known as Camtasia or Premiere or Vegas Video, etc
Instead of Meejaplayer, or nothing.
Quite possibly FotE not feeling relevant enough so generating some noise to remind people they exist, too
Re: Old News ......
IIIIIIII'M ASPARAGUS !!
I'M ASPARAGUS AND SO'S MY WIFE!
Verizon won't do it a second time. Nor will anyone else.
Footbullet for Apple sales.
Re: Ahh the quaint old iPhone - that takes me back a few years
@Apple Cultist 7:10
Which is what people always say when they can't get/afford the best and/or latest or just realise they made a poor purchasing decision in the firs tplace
$20 Billion damages bond in escrow then
Samsung might be doing a Google
And taking the effort to look one step further ahead than everyone else generally bothers to.
In which case they're just paying out the rope to apple.
Keep an eye out
For US transport planes with Snowden-shaped rendition cargo on those flight paths.
Good luck with that.
I hope all the legal project documentation is being done on paper with lemon juice ink cos, you know, they'll be reading those emails for sure.
Hmmm let me see...
If I made some software and put a back door into it, I think I'd go to prison or at least expect to be sued lots and lots by every single customer whose shit I'd intentionally compromised.
Unless that backdoor was for the NSA, presumably.
In other words, then
NSA still more unpopular than Snowden
I'd like to think
That someone in mastercard grew a pair.
I suspect the truth is somewhat different and altogether less savoury, however.
Final pint of the day for everyone BUT the card processing companies and their bedfellows.
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