12 posts • joined Thursday 19th July 2007 08:38 GMT
Thank you Reg
I've been battling with this issue most of this afternoon - decided to take a break and read the reg website - first thing I noticed was this article - followed the link and it all now works - hurraah for the Reg.
Java Slow ?
Not on my quad core - it now runs as fast as my basic programs did on my commodore 64.
its all moot
Saying a song on CD is better than the same song in mp3 format is like saying a shit film's gonna be better in hi-def.
14 years old girls don't care - they just look at the makeup the singers wearing, older people don't care because their ears stopped working properly ever since thet went to that gig in the 70's (plus added natural loss due to decay).
Its the middle aged generation who've got nothing to do but surf the web and flick through cable/satellite channels when they get home from work who are vocal about these things.
This is an out of date and old fashioned method - pointing the bleeding thing at the wall sockets only gonna waste valuable bum scratching energy. What they need to do , seeing as they can get IP signals down the electricity cabling - is to assign an IPV6 address to each socket so's I can write some cron scripts to shut them down every night. This system could then be merged with a TIVO web-based front end for scheduling any nightly recordings.
I'm currently d'ling her entire private collection of amateur videos via emule - and its coming down at faster than 5k per second!
Now every child in the UK can have his own laptop (and 2 years woth of internets)
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