69 posts • joined Thursday 30th August 2007 02:08 GMT
Upvote for having your textbook at hand and taking notes when it mattered:)
Anyone stupid enough to use ISP mailbox desevers everything coming to them - c'mon - why'd anyone lock their e-mail to an account that they'll lose access to once they change the provider?
Re: "...dedicated six months of his life..."
...dedicated six months of his life - while getting paid...
Corrected that for you.
So, the thing is not even released yet, but it's already inferior to my current PC. Decline!
Re: Ah yes, Alibaba...
To be fair - both of these frames are most likely made on the same production line - expensive one on the day shift, the other one on the night shift:)
Good. Meaningful whitespace is just plain wrong:)
Comes with a FREE! shock-collar
Device will come with a shock-collar (free installation) - jolts will be administered if the FOV of the device is interfered in any way.
Re: Thanks Larry...
Change your bank.
Sweden can offer assurances
1) Swedish court can allow or disallow extraditions
2) All extraditions are confirmed by Swedish current regime. Regime has a final say if the extradition should proceed. Regime cannot order extradition disallowed by the court.
3) Swedish regime can use a legal option of "temporary surrender" where subject can be extradited without the courts.
So, it's perfectly legal and possible for Swedish regime to guarantee that Assange does not get sent to US.
This is old news
Java has been disabled on all my boxes for years now.
Re: Get him out!
This is untrue. Courts can agree or block extradition. Government has a final say if the extradition should be allowed. Swedish government can allow/disallow extradition, they can't order one against court decision. So it's perfectly legal for the Swedish regime to offer these assurances.
Re: Security checks and diplomatic bags
Can't they write something on Assange's skin and stamp him with ambassadors official seal, making him a diplomatic document:)
@fixed that for you
Rival phone makers including Nokia, who came up with its own nano-SIM design, thwarted Apple's nefarious plan to patent its nano-SIM blueprint and claim royalties from everyone using the standard by successfully lobbying ETSI to set up an official standard for the nano-SIM.
Re: TALKING ABOUT information in "an intelligible form" ...
Have you considered that mandate has already been issued? Just not the way you wanted it;)
Why stop there?
They could use the poll feature for actual voting.
People living in glass houses should not throw stones..
VM has lots of issues on its own - one of the most galling ones is selling more broadband connections than they can physically service - they classify the issue as "Oversubscription" fault(sic!) with so-called "fix" time that could take months.
Sheriff of Nottingham
Could the sheriff of Nottingham please elaborate on the "confusing an unhelpful" nature of the data? Would there be evidence unexplained write-offs and details or sweetheart deals? Would people be confused why the hell did they elect anybody currently in the council? Do they mean that released numbers would be unhelpful because good people of Nottingham find doing sums difficult and would only get a headache?
EPEAT tests are not realistic. Let's face it - these laptops will be eventually disassembled by the slave children from the 3rd world, whose deft and experienced fingers won't have any problems removing the said battery.
Re: The problem with Fondleslabs (of all types) is
- No copies of norton etc
Surely, this is not a problem? Last "Norton" that was actually useful was "Norton Commander", everything else after that has been a steaming pile of shit.
Re: Presumably they mean the mobile wallet
So it seems that google wallet = give your money away to the thieves. Was planning to try it but I guess they have still miles to go before they can be taken seriously.
Ok, where do I get my hands on one? Also, has Apple sued them over the i<Device> moniker already?
Re: Let's have screen resolution become a talking point, please
Totally agree - resolutions started getting worse when the HD was introduced for TV-s. Suddenly it was acceptable to release monitors with crappy HD specs and shopping for a decent monitor became a real pain.
You're looking at it the wrong way
Anything that registers/blocks the xxx domain in order to prevent it from being used and NOT offering xxx services should automatically lose a case against anyone who wants to provide smut on that domain - this is what the domain is for, after all.
matching bullets to the gun
Matching can be done at the time the bullet is loaded into the breech - just overwrite the identificator with the one assigned to the gun at the moment - this could be set at the factory or randomly generated for each shot. There's even no need for wireless connection - simple I2C or 1-wire contact point would suffice.
Mars mission success/failure information - data is up to date until 2007.
I have a black N9 and most of the iPhone users I know have admitted that it's better:) Only thing that is worse right now is a smaller set of available apps. Maps, Angry birds, Skype, vpn, ssh and all the important stuff works though, so I am not really bothered about missing out on fart apps:)
I owned a bookeen cybook gen3 device - loved it's screen quality. Only problem was that it tend to crash quite often. One had to do a hard reset and then laborosly get back to the page where it crashed - not easy on these devices. I felt like artillery officer - jump to page 3000. Overshot! Adjust to 2000! Finally I adjusted my reading habits so I went back to the library screen after every couple of hundred pages to force it to store the location and make it easier to recover from crash.
This was an obvious software problem, but they were never interested in providing a firmware update to fix that nagging issue.
All this outcry for a non-issue - surely nobody has the "send usage data to Google" option enabled. If they do, then it's obviously not a false positive and MS was right to mark it as a trojan:)
Are there any hotmail accounts that are NOT hacked?
I've had had to treat as spam/ignore/unfriend most of the people with hotmail addresses for some period of time - they all have sent spam or viruses at some point. Now, does this say something about the type of the people who use hotmail or does it say something about hotmail?
bye-bye expert-exchange.com, *.info, *.cn and http://*review*:)
Had to check the calendar for this one.
Hotmail? It's 2011,folks. Nobody is using hotmail anymore.
amazon ebook pricing fail
Amazon ebook prices are totally unreasonable. I buy a lot of books from WebScription.net, but until amazon gets their act together, amazon distributed stuff will come from p2p. I suggest everyone to vote with their wallet and refuse to buy any media from them until the prices come down.
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