16 posts • joined 7 Sep 2007
If it ever happens, the next phase will have to be something transatlantic - not just to complete to circuit, but to negate Russia's stranglehold on the line.
Double Bollocks! (d'you see what I did there?)
ID cards just provide another - or conveniently single - item of identification to be forged.
Anyway, ID cards are just another part of a flawed philosophy that security can be provided by bureaucratic checklist ticking followed by prosecution of the occasional paperwork-shy innocent rather than getting the Plod and Spooks out there catching the real criminals/terrorists.
Rather like all the bloody money laundering regulations we have to waste chargeable time on....
Ten per cent
Pleased to see the term "decimation" used in the correct manner.
Mine's the one with the correct apostrophe.
Back in the day
I remember the nineties, at least. Redundant twice - and accountancy was a "safe" profession!
Employers wanting to save the most will cut the older workers (usually higher earners), those with a bit of a conscience will cut the youngsters (less chance of families, mortgages, etc). No-one is immune. Except certain civil servants and undertakers, perhaps.
Paris, 'cos I bet she'd yield to persuasion.
So the Alan Parsons Project reaches another milestone, then.
His biggest legacy may be still to come
Father of the geo-stat satellite, grandfather of the space elevator?
Incredible - I switched from Vodafone last week 'cos of the cr@p customer service, and now this happens.
I never realised my power until now.
Alright, I'll say it ....
"allow IT administrators to downgrade from Vista"
Shouldn't that be "upgrade from Vista"?
I spent a goodly amount of time changing my passwords, as advised, after the original debacle, and like others above, I now find that they gone and reset them anyway.
Bunch of tossers. Time to move.
I suspect the child database is compulsory - by dint of the fact that in the UK you have to register a birth within six weeks. (A criminal offence not to, IIRC)
Of course, as with all licensing/registration requirements, in order to work it does rather rely on the non-law abiding being, errr, law abiding.
What's the problem, Timms? It's only adding a few fields to a database innit?
Ah, I see, no more ICT work experience kids available until next summer
If I can try that one with the Revenue next time. Out of 15 million innumerates, as least some must work in HMRC...
Since no sensible person uses IE isn't this all an irrelevance?
At best it'll turn out like Matrix 2 & 3 - one movie painfully padded out to two in order to fleece us one more time.
So, once the ice has gone in Greenland and North East Canada, then with a few very cool bridges we could drive from the UK to California. Now *that's* a road trip.
Doesn't matter how fast it might be ...
Doesn't matter how fast a quantum computer might be ... once Vista's installed on it...
- JLaw, Kate Upton exposed in celeb nude pics hack
- Google flushes out users of old browsers by serving up CLUNKY, AGED version of search
- GCHQ protesters stick it to British spooks ... by drinking urine
- China: You, Microsoft. Office-Windows 'compatibility'. You have 20 days to explain
- Something for the Weekend, Sir? If you think 3D printing is just firing blanks, just you wait