They're tiny anyway
"Its chemical formula is one molecule different to ecstasy"
Is molecule a misprint? Did they mean atom? Otherwise ecstasy is one molecule away from a lot of things.
170 posts • joined 1 Oct 2007
"In a move that would affect the introduction of computerised average speed automatic numberplate recognition cameras... "
If you just happened to have the country covered with a network of number plate recognition cameras... what are the chances of them being used to "prevent terrorism"?
I've just tried "easy peasy" linux (1.1 RC1) on my AAO - booting from a USB trive to test it out and it looks preety good. Wireless works out of the box - and better than Linpus in that it will find adhoc access points. The launcher can easily be switched off and on to give a normal desktop if you prefer that.
I agree - write to your MP - or email them, get them sending questions to each other, point out to your MP that all their web mails will get diverted through Phorm.
letters and emails and constituents are the main interface between themselves and reality for a lot of them and a few letters can have a surprisingly large effect - so let them know their voters are angry.
You can mail them from here
Assuming you can read, why is this a problem? You know the final price before buying...
It's not a "problem" as such it's just that if I sort the list of results from a search by price to see who's doing the best deal it doesn't take the postage into account.
It's annoying rather than a problem. Even more annoying when the postage is a "see item description"
I've had an old Phillips Streamium for ages that does an excellent job. It connects to any uPnP servers so I can view the content on my NAS (A Terastation running TwonkyMedia) with having to have the PC on; why would I want a hard disc that my content wouldn't fit on?
The menu isn't as pretty as the Apple looks and it doesn't handle HD but as I'm now looking around for an HD compatible upgrade I'm surprised at how little progress the market seems to have made since I first "streamed". DivX is still not common, all sorts of format conversion seems to be required, and every vendor wants you to install their own media server.
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