Is that pricing...
£59.20 to £71.70 or that now plus 22 to 30% more in Jan next year?
211 posts • joined 7 Mar 2008
£59.20 to £71.70 or that now plus 22 to 30% more in Jan next year?
News at 10, Chris Miller proposes law by pamphlet.
I think they have to be on velum deposited in the commons library.
Nobody is above the Law, it's either legal or illegal for queen May to do A50 or it's not legal, then Parliament must do it. If they don't, vote them out and then next lot will do it.
It's a pretty simple principle, now where's the technology news?
Senior staff performance related pay.
Senior staff performance related pay.
Senior staff performance related pay. Hope this is clear.
The 3 top nobbs (or is it knobs, can't remember the spelling) received a nice bonus running the .UK monopoly.
2013 PRP = £100K
2014 PRP = £137K
2015 PRP = £196K
Mr Howarth received £210K in addition to his £75K cut of PRP. I supposed we should be happy as this is less than the £325K Cowley received in her last year.
Anyone want to guess what they'll receive post the .UK launch this year?
Very simply, the more profit Nominet makes, the more the Senior Staff, there's just 3 seats on the gravy train, personally benefit in their pockets.
Members get no benefit, in fact last time there was a proposal to distribute the profits to the members the majority of members voted _against_ it. The very large members can only be overruled in this type of vote as it's a one member one vote system for this change to articles.
Following, the big members and the board hatched a co-marketing subsidy as a way to make those with large marketing budgets a bit happier and to offer registrations at a lower rate so they don't have to deal with a lot of smaller member accounts.
The wider public didn't gain anything from the .UK launch, in fact the feedback was that only a few wanted it, small business, real non-profits, charities & Joe public didn't want it. Small members didn't want it, but the jump in receipts will be very handy for the performance related pay calculations.
I they could, most members would vote to take Nominet back in time, to what is was a few years ago, smaller, focused on UK domains and responsive to what people need. IE cheap names easily registered and easy to administer if your big brand reseller tries to take you for a ride.
Will Nigel Farage be leading Nu-Luddites, fighting the automation coming to a workplace near you soon Or will he be drinking martini's with his banker friends?
Your time to decide TXT 01626 831 plus the following:
Add 290 & TXT: Nu-Luddite
Add 290 & TXT: Drinking Martini's?
"I sometimes taped the 'envelope' inside the machine - depending on space. airflow, likely operating temperature"
Black permanent marker, write the info needed on the top of the server or inside lid if not in your DC.
8.28 CSPs subject to a technical capability notice must notify the Government of new products
and services in advance of their launch, in order to allow consideration of whether it is
necessary and proportionate to require the CSP to provide a technical capability on the
So security was not worth the effort when the cert was ten quid, now it's free and you have been shown wanting, you may act.
RM, shite from start to finish, when will you provide a welcome service to us all by going bust?
"I wasn't a fan of the APC serial cables"
Win NT3.1/5 would turn off an APC UPS as it itinitialised the serial port during boot, resulting in interesting boot cycle until you pulled the cable.
"Fucking lucky our commentard accounts on el reg are secure then. Nothin' worse than sending passwords in plaintext. An SSL cert is $10, you cunts. I'll help you install the fucking thing if it's a problem"
The Reg is on Cloudflare, SSL is included free, there's something else going on here.
$ nslookup forums.theregister.co.uk
forums.theregister.co.uk canonical name = www.theregister.co.uk.
$ whois 188.8.131.52
# available at: https://www.arin.net/whois_tou.html
# If you see inaccuracies in the results, please report at
# The following results may also be obtained via:
NetRange: 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11
Parent: NET104 (NET-104-0-0-0-0)
NetType: Direct Assignment
Organization: CloudFlare, Inc. (CLOUD14)
I used to plan my world domination in the online game Global Therno Nuclear War, but later learnt via Tic-Tac-Toe that my intended rusults were unobtainable.
Artistic license, I changed it a bit.
Did I mention I don't listen to music that much, suprised I remembered, there again, I did pay for it.
How wrong you can be?
I'm a trained artist but gave up making a living at it, the equipment costs were high and I don't like the selling and money parts. I'm still self employed but not in Art, have contributed to a couple of open source projects, donated cash to a few more. I have open hardware designs available if you look for them, the latest released after designing some PCBs for a UK company who weren't bothered that others might use them too and a few years ago donated over a third of my income trying to get shool students interested in science.
I don't download music, I don't listen that much these days, it doesn't help concentration. I did download a film last Christmas and might do so again this year, because sometimes people do things they shouldn't or find away to get the entertainment for free, like watching fireworks from outside the barrier where you pay, looking out a window on to a football stadium or clicking a link that says listen free.
Selling recordings is fairly new, only really took off when young people had a lot of money and the means of playing them became cheaper. Made a lot of musicians playing music redundant too. Technology changes and sometimes you have to move on and make art for the pleasure whilst doing something that might be more mundane to make a living.
Now, what makes you sound so bitter, don't you really like your current profession?
If the messenger always talks the same message...
I'm sitting at my keyboard crying, no, sobbing as Andrew Orlowski tells me I owe him a living.
He then goes on to inform us music streamers are failing as only a small proportion of their users will pay for the music they hear all around them every day at work or play for free and he tops it off by saying and the 800lb gorillas entering the market won't pay instead of their "clients/users" (inverted commas as the term used is not quite the correct term for the products that Alphabet corpororation sells to it's clients).
Lidl and Aldi pay above minimum wage, they maybe looking for people who live in the real world.
Hour and a half and still no comments?
Is that serious DNS from Dyn, the one with an average respose time of 87.07ms for their services as oposed to cloudflares 16.65ms?
Not affiliated to either, although I have used a cloudflare business plan in the past.
No dobt the need to spy on citizen's will be in there to ensure compliance with over arching Govt powers is acceptable to the new voter, so will the morality and legality of this be discussed, together with historical application of state sponsored monitoring of the population, such as that by Stasi or Batallón de Inteligencia 601?
NN is not about traffic management per se, it as about traffic management for economic benefit, you aren't the only person to not understand that, the new EU digi commish doesn't understand it either.
NN is not about limiting bandwidth to spewtube because the ISP doesn't have the upstream bandwidth they have "sold" to their customers, (which is bad, but another story, change your supplier) it's about when they limit the badwidth because vimyo pay them to prioritise streaming to their site.
In the UK, Sky, the TV company run a major ISP. Without NN, they might de-prioritise traffic to Netflix. Why, because they want the service to appear poor, even though it isn't and moneytise their ISP clients getting them to trial NowTV, an OTT video outfit owned by Sky. NowTV would then appear to offer a better service to the user than Netflix, because the service to Netflix has been artificilly degraded by the ISP's traffic management system.
Given that a modicum sense and some desicions on the side of constituents were made by the previous holder of this EU post that a candidate with "better aligned views" would be installed as the next post holder.
Last time I looked, the ability to copy music has been available to the masses since the reel to reel recorders in the 50's, cameras have been around for a century, printing for over 5. There seems to be no shortage of "new" music, imagery and print available from numerous sources.
Technology moves on endlessly, some people are losers and others gain from each "next greatest thing", get over it.
Plenty of people have zero hours contracts or are on minimum wages, I don't see why those who make music, images or text should get preferential treatment.
There's already fiber down the tow path. Fiberway > Easynet > Sky.
Call google's bluff, they will not pull news out of Europe, they make money for users personal info gathered from interaction with their services.
'My wife sells knitting patterns on line. Global Turnover less than £2000.'
Print the patern on a post card and post the physical goods to your client in the EU and email them a backup copy digitally.
"I checked with my ISP - 70 dollars per year per domain IIRC, and significantly more expensive for wildcard ability for subdomains." startssl.com class 1 certs are free.
You forgot the following copyright exemptions:
Non-commercial research and private study
Text and data mining for non commercial research
Criticism, review and reporting current events
Teaching in educational establishments
Helping visually impaired people
And of course that copyright is a civil offence, so I don't think it is illegal as breaking it is not a criminal offence. (I'm not a lawyer, if I was I'd be charging, but I believe this last line is correct. The exemptions are correct however, so please remeber when answering that phoney letter these scammers send out)
"I can remember is the procedure for making a tasty dinner out of a live rabbit."
I find it tastier when dead, preferably in a pot with veg and wine, oh, and more wine on the side.
Is it going to stop any of your data going to google?
"The trial is one of the first recommendations of the recently established independent care.data advisory group, chaired by Macmillan Cancer Support chief executive Ciaran Devane." who is one of NHS England’s non-executive directors.
Sounds very depenent to me.
UK co making Novec liquid cooled servers for a few years. http://www.iceotope.com/
One here too.
They won't out compete BitTorrent until you can legally stream all media content from one provider, having muptiple streaming accounts to access media is just not good enough when competing with free.
It doesn't need more money, it needs people/corps on all sides to accept realistic amounts.
Yes, lets look at the docs:
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Samples Guide
Quick Start Guide for Lite Touch Installation
Quick Start Guide for User Driven Installation
Quick Start Guide for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager
User Driven Installation - Developers Guide
Using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit
This is EIGHT PCs!
Either do it longhand or I sugegst building an image with all updates/apps reseal it. Take a small Linux FTP server containing the image and a CD with G4L and image the PCs. Leave the Linux box behind so when Windows turns in to its normal six monthly "bloated fcukup state", they can re-image them.
Or like below. Mint em.
Over priced expensive portable gear is more profitable than that with smaller margins?
"I can't think of many who will be sorry to see the back of ICANN"
Except they aren't talking about getting rid of ICANN, they're talking about stopping the oversight by the US DoC.
" This is about keeping the image of the ibookstore (and thus iphone/tablet) a child-safe place."
What is child un-safe about a mother's breasts?
I expect better from the reg.
Monochrome monitors with Hercules drivers were the worst, didn't see it much on CGA or VGA monitors as the whites we not so bright.
"None of these have Kinetic drives mentioned in their component overviews"
However, they do mention open-e so they're standard ISCSI/CIFS storage boxes using SATA/SAS.
"Screeeeeeech, scriiiiiitch, <pause> boinnnnggggg. Boinnnggggg."
There were other standards for modems before V90
"Microsoft will start serving up nagging pop-ups, and migration advice, to irritated XP laggards from tomorrow – Saturday 8 March." Not if you blocked the windows update download it won't. Those running internal update servers will, no doubt, block its delivery.
Have they fixed the ODF import/export as they'll soon be needing it if UK Govt is to continue using thier software.
"Yes .... sadly it won't work. As I understand the situation, whilst you can buy and sell BTC on Mt. Gox, having bought the the BTC you can't get them off the exchange."
Aparently you can. https://bitcoinbuilder.com/ However I'm sure it's not without risk.
What ripoff? The Sony P910 had an external keyboard that pressed on to the touch screen underneath, that was in 2004. At that time did Blackberry have a touch phone & did it have an external keyboard?
Explicitly exclude revenue generated by domain owners protecting existing registrations by registering the .uk version of an existing name from the senior employee performance related pay scheme.
Stop discrimating against charities, non-profits and non-corporates by re-instating first come first served, rather than giving a preference to commercial owners of co.uk domain.
Otherwise, I call out the CEO *70,000 times.
*CEO performance related pay for the monopoly .UK registry Nominet 2012 £70,000.
If he always pays his account, setup a Direct Debit with the credit card company to take the full amount.
Whitelist the email address of the sender of bill reminders.
Apply a score system to SPF rules, don't block outright, you will loose email.
If your anti-spam service can't provide an interface for you to do the above on your email account, move to one who does.
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