679 posts • joined Wednesday 15th August 2007 11:51 GMT
This title should be auto filled with "Re: Needs working plugins."
Dunno about NoScript, but I've had AdBlock working on V4 for quite a while now.
"no more alarming than finding the yellow pages in a brothel."
Why all these words?
Where's the nice graph?
Can we have a picture of one of these cabinets please? Perhaps with a person for scale. On a beach say, with a lady in a white bikini.
Lightzone for Linux Isn't Free
Depends which side of the road you're driving on, and whether you need to change gear, and which hand you need to do it. I of course never use my phone while I'm driving, I need my spare hand to hold my beer.
The Silverlight plugin has crashed.
> Or worse, web advertising leaps out at you, and gets more and more annoying the more you try to ignore it.
Reminds me of some red-topped IT rag... hang on, I'll remember the name in a minute, has some sort of bird as the icon...
> Lamo is claiming a Facebook post by Manning would have alerted authorities if he had not.
> "I didn't break the story; Manning did with his Facebook post. It was only a matter of time from there, so I went whole-hog," he wrote.
I'm not sure that quite follows. Manning may have just broken the news of his arrest on Facebook.
I thought you reported this months ago.
> the idea is to reduce the overall network loading to the benefit of all (though particularly to the benefit of Facebook, obviously)
Surely if Facebook wanted to reduce their network loading they could get everyone on Facebook Zero? Are you suggesting that currently users get on to fullfat Facebook on their mobiles?
The frequency with which many browsers and plugins (and even OSes) update these days I would have thought makes this pretty much useless. For example I am running nightly builds of Firefox at the moment so my browser updates every single day. The whole point of finger prints is that they do not change, it seems this one does.
Surely if the atmospheric pressure is the same at both ends then it is the gravity that is doing the sucking?
Count Yourselves Lucky
O2 charges three times that iirc.
You also don't say what used to happen if you went over 25megs a day. It could be that even higher users are better off.
There was a chap on Radio 4's Money Mox last week that arrived home to a £7000 bill from O2. Bit of a plonker really, he was streaming Radio 4.
I wondered why the Facebook API was returning information on Apps for me that I definitely hadn't installed, maybe this is why. On the other hand, the Facebook API is so broken I don't trust it any more than I trust Facebook privacy.
According to my calculations on the back of my envelope 0-600mph in 2 seconds is about 50g, can humans even survive that?