Those red ones... talk about stacked. Eh? Eh?
55 posts • joined 9 Oct 2008
Those red ones... talk about stacked. Eh? Eh?
Well, this is clearly going to be the butt of many jokes.
So, it's not dead. Just restin'. Or pining...
Someone got a bum steer.
See title. Ta.
Well, at least they were thinking of the children...
It can only be "google". Seriously.
Apple never did a big-ass table but if they do, I'm ready! I have a table made in the 1940's with – yes – rounded corners. Prior art, I say.
Try checking your settings in the Software Update pane in System Preferences. (I think Yosemite has a separate App Store pane in the same location). On my OS X 10.8 systems, Automatic Updates was ticked by default. Annoying that there's no link to Prefs in the App Store app itself.
This will require setting up a Poo Bank to handle deposits, er, credits and withdrawals. Otherwise they'll never keep this shit straight. I suspect the connected "smart" toilet industry is behind this.
The unWindows – kinda retro cool like
Windows sNaFu – totally cool for those afraid of change
Windows DUDE – awesomely kewl
Windows Unbuttoned – I don't get it either
Of course... it just came to me! Just call it DILBERT.
You're welcome. And you read it here first!
That'd be beer.
So now they can't be called Rudderless any more, am I right?
Surely what they have brought forth is the Fune. "Will you 'and me ze Fune, please?"
To a counter job perchance?
I understand their tag line was going to "The How starts now".
That was after they nixed "Windows How?"...
Wasn't part of the "Seattlement" of the first anti-trust action that MS dictated to the Justice Department a self-imposed Chinese Wall separating the OS dev team from the apps teams? The one that a certain Justice Thomas Penfold Jackson was brought in to rubber stamp when the trial judge flatly refused to, I mean. Not being totally naive here, I'm curious if anyone understands how the subsequent course of MS' legal manoeuvring has played out in this regard.
Well, so there is! I must have been distracted by her humungous, um, snake.
Please see title.
I can get a perfectly decent DOS system from then with a proper keyboard, 4.7 kb memory and a monitor for less than half that! You know, what everybody uses to get real work done. And it comes in a box of some kind. Plus they threw in an Etch-a-Sketch. I'd rather put up my hard earned sheckels for two real computers than some Apple toy for brain-dead zombie sheep etc, etc.
Now I've seen everything...
If they were to be inspired by Apple (could that really happen?) shirley they'd call it Win X OS. You know, kinda like "Office Open" doc format.
Yes, it fits!
Alternately, how 'bout Win L7... square enough?
"...but the mobile business is extremely seasonable..."
I'd take that with a pinch of salt.
Round corners? Trouble ahead!
... you could always check the seats for loose change. I would.
Elvis Sighting... mandatory.
It's a very small place but they need a Fucking Tourism Commission or some such thing. Then develop a Fucking business plan and big up the Fucking name – by that I mean rename it "Great Fucking". The highway signs – "Great Fucking Ahead" will do the rest for them. Yes, I know it translates to Gross Fucking but that may be it's own kind of attractant – who knows? Anyway, with a little initiative they can all become rich Fuckers!
A spa was suggested as another idea but somehow "Bad Fucking" doesn't have the quite the same cachet.
I couldn't find it with a Fucking map.
So they'd be taking the piss then...
...just dying for a beer more than once. Saved my life then and may well again I tell you.
Agreed. Mr Assay is either willfully ignorant of recent history or is trying to rewrite it. Office '98 on the Mac was a straight out port of the DOS/Windows Office '97 and it bombed in the marketplace, being the utter crap you might expect.To MS's credit, they surveyed their vassals on the Mac platform, hired over 100 Mac programmers to show them how to code and released a pretty reasonable Mac-native product. They did it because they valued the business – a higher proportion of Mac users at the time used MS Office than did Windows users. When Mr Jobs returned to Apple in 1997 continued development of Office for Mac was one of the items involved in Steve and Bill's horse-trading along with making IE the default browser and MS coughing up for a few Apple shares to settle the case of their wholesale "adoption" of Quicktime code. Both benefited enormously.
You could say being hired by Steve Jobs in the 1980's to write Word and Excel for the then new Mac platform was Bill G's second lucky break (after his mum got Gerstner at IBM to listen his DOS pitch) and the beginning of their symbiotic if fractious relationship. As for Office on the iPad. I couldn't care less. But then I don't have one. Yet.
she was just holding it wrong.
They'll have him on a "dummy" project for six months or so... don't want any Elops slipping in, do we?
Fuck that notion.
That is all.
Isn't that the Dell Dude in the yellow T-shirt? Looks like he's reading someone else's stuff! Dude, you've been Delled.
BSOD included – no extra charge. Perfect if you hate starlings.
...wet and salty?
Someone get that poor duffer his white cane!
They can't 'cause they haven't got a Gnome to go to.
And it will be even more relevant going forward.
I do hope we can trust the Reg to keep a watchful eye on this situation. As for this "practising" nudist, what's to practise? I mean really...
Other than keeping his hedges and fences to a suitable height, surely the best this put upon gent can do is to turn the other cheek?
I would like to correct the false impression created by a badly informed poster above. Judging by their vast numbers, fecundity and output of excreta, I would suggest that our geese are indeed well gruntled.
That is all.
Please revert to the current meme... the fondlePad is a toy for content consumption. It is not a tool for content creation at an level or for anything real-world serious. I mean, no Excel?
Right. Carry on.
He was holding it wrong.
So when the last fork is stuck in the NoWin corpse guess where the patents wind up... take your time.
"The renowned linguistics expert appears to be struggling with the definition of the word 'argument'."
No, he's not.
Dead. Man. Talking.
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