224 posts • joined 1 Aug 2007
Let's not compare Apples and Orange
The latter's Watch is already a Clockword Orange
iPlayer from overseas - harder
Since Jan/Feb BBC iPlayer has black listed known TOR exit nodes in the UK - so you can't watch Dr Who from overseas using TOR (not TOR friendly anyways).
But it shows how they've smartened/tighten up.
Some paid Proxy service/VPNs are blocked too - I've heard.
Bear Tunnel worked for me though last week.
Re: The other trick that stumps all hackers
if your not a member of the magic circle - pls do say how...
Edit: oh I see:
Anyone know are the change tracking features in ODF and DOCX compatible?
Re: Galileo satellites go into wrong, lower orbit - Esa
ready steady go....
Elephant in the room: browsers on smart phones.
Re: This is silly.
I think MalwareBytes has been looking into hidden register values for years.
Executive Order 12333
that;s my new password
Bezos still has one more efficiency move to play though:
Chop off one mammary gland.
Like the mythical Amazon women.
Normally these weird poorly explained outages
are due to installation of NSA friendly backdoors.
But why would they be interested in what we are
watching listening to?
Reg wrote: "an update to Firefox 31"
the update is, in fact Firefox 31
Edit the sentence:
[PDF/A or HTML are now the standard “for viewing government” while ODF is now expected “for sharing or collaborating on government documents.”]
How about the word editing in place of the touchy feel "sharing or collaborating " ?
If that's democracy then I'm a banana.
(where's the banana icon?)
-> decrypt ->
Time to close that FB place down.
OCR - aren't they just photocopy of some other organisation?
Perhaps the Garbage Collector could be run on this topic - could save a lot of angst, and free up some memory - probably
Marc Andreessen chips in now.
but jwz (another Netscape founder) was on topic a year ago!
but surely much of your data will still be up there on the Apple cloud - to be rifled there - no?
meanwhile elsewhere on the web
I encourage all Mozillians to keep going. Firefox OS is even more daunting, and more important. Thanks indeed to all who have supported me, and to all my colleagues over the years, at Mozilla, in standards bodies, and at conferences around the world. I will be less visible online, but still around.
IMHO MS should extend the tile interface into a full jigsaw metaphor - only when you solve the jigsaw do you get to go to work - fun for all the family
It is a panic if (for no reason of your own) your update repeatedly fails - as it did for us:
MS admits the problem here:
For me the fix in that thead eventually worked
Vintage, antique - going for a song, not.
sort these three words in order:
FAN SH*T HITS
Brenda McViking tapped out:
Well at least I won't have to change my reg password - as it doesnt even bother with https to protect the login >_<
That probably coz most of the time we commentards at the Reg write such nonsense - no hacker could make sense of it.
It's a shame Chrome can delete it CEO like Firefox can.
Don't be Evil → Don't be greedy
Meanwhile in other news:
Larry Page admits speech-recognition is not very good right now
To the man who signs off as \be
J A V A S C R I P T
Are you gonna try an' make this work <-- your sub-heading
You don't have to take this cr*p
You don't have to sit back and relax
Lights go out - walls come tumbling down!
TheirSQL more like it
> Local authorities are still contractually prevented from sharing information
BT = mafia UK
Political correction anybody?
Something unappealing about putting your middle finger on to Microsoft Orifice
I think it is plausible that Bruce S could deny that he sneered at IBM.
I think he was forceful but diplomat.
Brendan Eich, "Taking Both the High and Low Roads" not just figuratively
Microsoft Word 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and Office for Mac 2011 are vulnerable, according to Redmond. Microsoft Office Web Apps, Automation Services on SharePoint Server 2010 and 20103, and Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013 when using Word as the email viewer, are also affected.
Legacy code or what!
Their latest Web Apps replicate a bug of Word 2003???
Code review any one?
Question: how was this screen robotic?
Did it have actuators an'all?
the clue is in the name ?
Re: Must be a techie...
> Apparently Benn has been recording and writing all his life and needed to keep the old tech working so he could access his old stuff.
They can, and do, misquote him now - poor thing.
A bit of a cryptic message don't y'think?
BTW you can also listen to the first episode here:
at least for the few days, when another one comes along to take it's place.
1 Like for that p.o.c ditty.
Like:- also as in Like a Hurricane.
Burning Chrome foresaw such.
RegSez: Putin to battle Snowden for Nobel Peace Prize
Close contest then.
Doesn't say if did the ones that paid go their data back or not.
So it's all a storm in a teacup then.
Or dropped into the box marked rubbish.
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