Expand with a rackmount unit...what you meen like the drobo pro with the rack kit attached?
Not like that's hard to see on the website
25 posts • joined 23 Oct 2007
justin is the best thing on cbeebies. if some deaf parents can't tell the difference between makaton and british sign language, more the fool them. something special is not designed to tech british sign language to kids, but let everyone communicate. the sun are a bunch of no brained dim whits for the most part.
seriously java on the decline?
if you look at any large server back end, the majority of the time is java
i'll concede that occasionally its some c like code compiled and optimized to run really fast, but java just gives you too many advantages over your normal dev process
admitidly its dead on the front end, mind you it was never really a goer to start with
there is a point where you go to far. i think killing babies may well be it. the whole point of this app was to see how long you can stand the baby crying before you kill it....
it is apple selling these apps after all, so a bit of corporate responsibility is required.
as for the wobbely apps, they didn't really cross any line but the silly one.
has the home office been indoctrinated by the stazi hard liners that thought shooting people was too good for them?
why not go the whole hog and lets tatoo a number on our fore arms and embed an rfid chip in everyone's brain stem, just incase they try to remove the number
whats wrong with nicking people and printing them under caution.... oh yeh they may get a solicitor to stick up for them
what a crotochty old fart
Meh you youngsters and your new fangled technology
Why in my day you had to turn the handle on the gramaphone
How dare you want to loose some of the top and bottom end of my music just so it can take it where you like
Everyone who cares about the audio quality that much listens to vinal any way
Picked up the phone after the system went down and they reverted to paper. Put my sim in from my old phone, plugged it into iTunes, actived it.
Nothing went wrong once I got out of the shop and neither did the other guy from work who got one. Shame they had no 16gb devices, but can't say I have any real complaints....sorry
well once they've finished tying that great old noose round their corporate neck, i'll get in the queue to pull the leaver and terminate the abomination its become.
they seem to be playing russian roulette and adding bullets for kicks...
..out source tech support to ibm in india
...charge premium rate for tech support
...throttle users at peak time for using what they thought they'd bought
i make that 1 more for a 100% chance of blowing their heads off, unless this is being run by darwin award nominees, then they're probably loading up a berreta
I get the impression that people who change their grades electronically rather than modifying the paper bases cards have the book thrown at them...well shot out of a rail gun at them.
If they'd just messed around with the paper, then i bet it would have been put down to hijinks and then had their hands slapped.
all fear the kid who knows how to use a computer for in them lie the downfall of the system
@anonymous coward 1...
have you never had a verified by visa payment on the tinterweb?
when you make a payment your p0rn provider redirects you to provider x's verified by visa / master card site and you ram your details in there.
they let you know ahead of time your being bounced around.
theres no plugins or any other such ropey crap
for this exploit to work, all you'd have to do is modify someones payment page that uses worldpay as their payments provider and insert the exploit
bingo farmed data and it all looks entirely proper from a users point of view, the only way they would know any better would be to grok the code on the page, which may not even be there as it can be loaded from a separate file at runtime
it is fairly nasty
probably best to just report things like this to el reg immediately and let them beet the idiots round the head with a 10 pound kipper
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