Thanks for the entertaining 2010!
Happy crimbo, etc
Well, that's your lot this side of Christmas. The Register is taking its festive break as of about now. We'll be back next week, with full service being restored sometime after Boxing Day. In the meantime, we wish you all the best and hope you enjoy the festive period to the full, however you're spending it.®
Happy crimbo, etc
and a Happy New Year!
Where's the famous festive banner this year? All the best and thanks for an entertaining year.
on the banner
Don't you know there's a downturn on? they probably fired their graphics artist to buy a couple of rounds of beers at the Christmas party.
... to El Reg!
(And I don't blame you for falling asleep in front of Xmas TV, once again it's really crap...)
The coverage of the Test was fairly entertaining, mind. Strictly, broadcast early on Boxing Day, rather than Christmas Day, but eventful enough to keep one awake!
Merry Christmas, and thanks for the entertainment through the year.
xmas telly has been crap since the rise of Sky TV and since films come to DVD 6 months after the cinima release...
no more movie premiers that there is a good chance you havent seen... they make xmas specials of programs that they no longer make instead of the current programmes...
But most of all, it went down the pan after Eric Morcombe switched over to the other side !!!
Happy humbug... !!
(joke alert, coz cristmas tv is one)
No christmas banner?
No Paris angle?
No illiterate drunken posts?
What is The Register coming to?
To one and all, happy humbugs all round ;)
good work this year
Is El Reg affiliated with BAA? What kind of service is this? The slightest excuse and service drops to zero! Admittedly, it rarely rises above that level even at the best of times! I bet Mr. Haines hasn't sacrificed his annual bonus and is at this moment quaffing booze down some disreputable foreign bar! Bah, humbug!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and more stuff and nonsense in 2011!
and thank you for many pleasant, interesting & entertaining hours.
<- I'll raise one of these for all at El Reg
Merry Christmas to all at The Register, thanks for keeping us all up to date and for the many laughs through the year, enjoy a well deserved break :)
I thought you lot never spared a day scouring the world for an IT related story.... and a few stories not IT related either
Merry chrimbo from the industrial robot programmers
Where's my BOFH?
Have a good one everyone, for once I'm not on call :D
come back happy, or not at all as my old boss used to say.
I've probably written more comments that are moaning about stuff than ones that aren't moans but thanks for another year of El Reg! One of the first websites I visit each day. For info, my football (soccer) team, news, then El Reg.
Here's to another tech filled year in 2011, maybe this is the year that everyone else realises that us techies really actually do run the universe and should be recompensed accordingly.
Failing that, a couple of thank-yous would be good.
In this side of the world we have a sunny day and summer vacations coming up, so instead of falling sleep in front of the TV, we can fall sleep in a hammock.
Anyway, a really big thanks for a year of great articles and inspiring events.
Looking forward to a 2011 PARIS.
(that is a COLD beer)
...and expect lots of messages from the septics wanting to know what a 'Boxing Day' is...
I'll be here.. bored sh1tless.. nothing to read..
don't you mind though, you go, have a good xmas, go.
you see if i care...
Thanks for keeping me cheerful in 2010 - especially the PARIS team, Simon Travaglia & the BOFH
and the Moderatrix
Long may you all revel!
Cheers to you all
And have a happy, creative and prosperous 2011 !
And thanks for another entertaining and informative year!
Have a good one.
Merry Christmas to all the Reg Readers and Staff!
(Are the moderatrix still working?)
Are ya'll having a nice party, and will there be any incriminating pictures later?
How else am I going to entertain myself?!? I need to avoid the family!!!
No, I'm not pagan, I'm just happy that the days are getting longer now ...
Sorry, I'm just an ignorant Yank.
Is that a day that celebrates Tyson, Foreman, Ali and Fraiser?
Is this a Brit made up holiday to compete with Festivus?
and a full belly.
Thanks for a great year.
Thanks for being a bright light in a dark year!
Seeing the Aussie fans leaving the ground in droves worked wonders for my Christmas hangover.
Happy New Year everybody! :-)
To welcome our new non-Christmas working Overlo.........aah fuck it.
I'll get me coat.
Mine's the one with the cloakroom guy emptying my pockets.
And enjoy the beer!
Thanks for 2010 - looking forward to all the tech gossip (sorry, news) in 2011. Also thanks to all t'other commentards who help lmake the site so entertaining :-)
Thanks for yet another interesting year of great reporting! Just wanted to let you know that it and your generous policy on comments are greatly appreciated.
Have a Happy New Year!
Or not depending on your disposition! ;-)
Thanks for another year's worth of entertainment and thought-provocation. Season's greetings to the Reg staff and regulars; looking forward to being distracted from work by you again next year...
Here's a virtual pint of sherry to help along the turkey-burps and snores...
Have a Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
All the best from mine to yours from Tennessee!
71 SK LFG
(and a happy Frostfell for those who know)
Merry Christmas, El Reg! Thanks for another great year.
And to all a good night.
Merry Christmas to all, and a happy new year!
boobs boobs feck arse
You reckon? -Ed.
Temperature down to 19 at night --- but that is Centigrade --- under the South Indian sun, looking forward to another year of The Register making me glad I'm not still working.
Happy Christmas, Happy New year to all :)
You've done this year proud (even if it isn't over quite yet).
I hope everyone will have a great time during the festive season.....and with a bit of luck, the dr who xmas special will not be too bad.....
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