What are the shark-based applications?
39 posts • joined 25 Jul 2007
What are the shark-based applications?
That twist would be a real 'Fight Club' moment.
You better hope Kim and Agie never get hold of you.
Read Maggie Gee's 'The Ice People' and you will understand that no good can come of domestic cleaning robots.
First it will be our pets.
Then it will only be a matter of time before they are hunting us in packs in order to devour our weak flesh.
'Cause they've clearly stole all the f***ing whale-song.
...and nuke the site from orbit.
It's the only way to be sure.
I remember the Geocities page I made for my Quake clan back in 1998! Knocked up from a collection of horrible wordart in MS Frontpage or something.
Gradients! Everything had to have Gradients! And I definitely remember having one of those counters... Ah happy days!
Well, as someone who grew up on a sheep farm I have to say that this would be one statement that perfectly describes whatever the complete opposite of a sheep is.
I personally prefer allaround's PL/SQL Developer to TOAD - I didn't so much when I first switched from one to t'other, but definitely wouldn't go back now.
As long as I never have to use Oracle SQL Developer ever again then all will be well with the world and my PC will remain unpunched.
Balut flavour Pot Noodle?
"I love my brick!"
...Joy Division/New Order, old-Manics/nu-Manics kind of debate this - uh, if you replace the depressive musicians with super-villains.
Some people just got so entranced by everything that was (genuinely) brilliant about the original act, that they just couldn't - or refused - to see anything worthy in what came after.
Clearly the one thing Glastonbury does need is a public broadcast system in the streets pumping out Slayer round the clock.
"A person complained that the phrase 'feck off' was offensive, especially because it appeared on a poster and could therefore be seen by children."
Won't someone please think of the children! THE CHILDREN!
'Open standards glasnost' would have been more appropriate?
I knew! Ted is a minion of the LA and has been all along!
He must be stopped.
Truly are utterly awful. Fail, fail and thrice FAIL.
...having their mothership hacked into by a MacBook?
Has a delightfully 'Douglas Adams' kind of sound to it.
War never changes.
/end Ron Perlman
"Samsung's engineers have felt it necessary to equip the droid's gun mount with an anti-theft alarm"
I wonder if it threatens you in a creepy child-like voice a-la the sentrys from Portal...
"Who are you?"
"Please put me down."
In other news: Today every idiot with access to a hammer and nails was declared a professional Joiner.
Epic FAIL, as the kids would say.
The old ones are the best...
"Most of the problems occurred in the North West, Yorkshire and the Midlands."
And Northern Ireland.
"and the majority of affected customers regained their service shortly after midnight."
If by 'shortly' he means 'several hours'.
I think we can assume this is going to be a conservative estimate.
I find it amusing that they effectively used the old 'If you've done nothing wrong then you've got nothing to hide' line.
Carmack leaves the competition quaking in their boots!
And I for one welcome our new insect overlords.
... it took, what? 10 seconds for this to degenerate into Windows vs Linux?
... Drupal is what I personally use - having made use of a variety of CMS systems including Joomla, Wordpress and others - and it's up there with the best.
...would have been my choice personally.
Paris Hilton has no supporting role then?
Eat hotel food? What madness is this?!
Clearly you have yet to attain the rank of Master Expenses Ninja.
Has anyone confirmed Arnie Swarchenegger's whereabouts at the time?
He wants people to know that they don't need imagination to have personality. "Self-expression is a very powerful concept," he explained. "We want to take people away from the idea that they have to do it themselves and that they can buy forms of self-expression in the virtual world."
<bill hicks impression>
And I pray for a nuclear holocaust in five minutes.
</bill hicks impression>
... who is thinking of Bubba Ho-Tep right now can I?
"Mr President... we're gonna kill us a kitty."
Has no one told them that they could have had just as good a time on a quality bottle of Buckfast?
/goes to re-read 'Money' by Martin Amis.