1575 posts • joined 16 Oct 2008
Beat me to it.
...then cover it with jam
I hop that was deliberatte!
You're on the phone. Ignore the ads
...if the cap fits...
Another "me too" but it is dashed useful. And having a Demon account means I can do it without running my own domain. Actually I s'pose having a Demon account in 2011 is quite nerdy. Well I can live with that.
You could have had some consideration for your readers (and a more curmudgeonly lot you'd be hard-pressed to find) and just, y'know, kept it to your damned selves!
I saw them at the cinema. They were great films but a bit bleedin long. I'm fooked if I'm giving up another 9 hours of my life to watch them again, whatever the format.
Does it come in "just petrol" flavour?
Graham in answer to your (to paraphrase) "do you know who I am?", you're one of the commentards for whom I don't have extensive records. As are all the others.
Get ye back to Channel Register if it's IT stories you're after. It's Friday afternoon and it's beer garden weather (or at least it is in the glorious* English* midlands*).
* sarcasm? you decide!
This alone is enough to make me interested in buying this. You're right about the price though.
...because I can only upvote that once without creating a load of sockpuppet accounts, which I can be arsed to do (not even on a Friday).
Regardless of what you think the reasons for not supporting IE9 are, the facts are XP doesn't support it. If that's important to your business you need to upgrade.
I upgraded because the XP box I was using wasn't up to the demands I had of it. Eclipse was slow then upgrading to [recent] MS Office was the final nail in its coffin.
Once I'd turned off Win7's more obnoxious graphics I actually like it. It's a tiny bit crashy but much better than XP. Updates are handled automatically and it does get out of the way and let me get on with my job (and commenting on these fora).
Those Japanese planning laws aren't just red tape.
How about the Lenovo ThinkPad T[whatevernumberthey'reuptothesedays]?
I agree that people have more pressing concerns than updating their computers these days but laptops still fail. The solution for your average end user (i.e. not Reg readers) is buy a new one.
I fancy Asus to make a real go of this - to be Android's iKiller. It'll need to be as good and much cheaper. It can and will be done - and I'll still want a keyboard ;o)
Newscorp weren't the first media company to spaff silly money over a social network and I doubt they'll be the last. New social networks are popping up at a crazy rate (connect.me, dabble.in, maybe others this month - AFAIK - alone) ready to part fools and their money.
Bubble 2.0 is under way, folks!
We're not all hardcore gamers though. Those are the sorts of games I like* :something I can pick up for 20 minutes, dick about with, then go and do something else.
* a shame as I own a PS3 that does nothing more than regular iPlayer and the very occassional Tetris.
...losing your Omega will feel like an upgrade.
sun.com has been such a contstant. It's been my "test the connection" URL for 15 years.
I expect that Zune's back in the list of trademarks to be reused. Somewhere below Clippy* and MS Bob*.
* may not have been trademarked. Meh.
Coming up after the break: Sinclair pulls plug on QL, C5 also at risk.
I would if I could download it.
It's a perfectly cromulent term. You just need to embiggen your word repository.
Am I missing someting here?
If it can't wait, phone; if it can, email.
If it's some new instruction and you need to have no excuses from that feckless techie who never does his job, email and keep the read-receipts.
Well worth it as another excuse to wave their bloody phones about.
As I read it, the article makes it clear it's the Iranian loony govt rather than the Iranian people that have come up with this nonsense.
They should buy new shiny.
Damnit! Where's my coffee?
Private Finnance Initiative.
Dull facts aside, I prefer yours.
Maybe Reg could rewrite the headline: "Dim survey authors believe everything piss-taking Brits tell them"
If that's their game, it's the spaceplane equivalent of Basil Fawlty's "it's a semi-tone higher!"
Hopefully one with better wheels than the trolleys I'm used to down Sainsbury's.
Vulture 2? As in the successor to Vulture 1? So where does the Playmonaut sit?
Sorry for the "me too" but I have to express my delight at the thought of never mistakenly clicking on Expert Sexchange ever again. Bye bye you utter scumbags!
We're talking Angry Birds here aren't we?
...when it makes it out to the provinces. Speaking for myself: if I'm lost it's usually somewhere where I don't want to pull out an Android, lest it get nicked.
God that's depressingly likely. (+1)
Having just made a sarky "progress" remark at fancy new digital billboards, this genuinely does strike me as a step forward. Good luck with this, Germans!
A whole new advertising paradigm! That I can ignore.
Mr Knocked One Up In A Few Hours's site would've performed even worse on launch day. Bedroom coders knocking things up are not the same as creating scaleable web apps.*
* I'll concede that this wasn't a scaleable web app either after the launch day fiasco but you know what I mean...
More bribes. Don't forget more bribes.
BUT just because we don't have all the answers doesn't mean religions aren't a load of arsewater.
We grew up to become people who recognise shite when we see it.
I'm glad your son likes it but I can't agree.
It's spelled "eke", but I like "eek" better.
[points up] Some of us can do more than carp anonymously.
Surely it should go a little like this:
J Ass: "I've not been charged with anything"
Court: "Oh righto, on your way then"
That's very true.
Unfortunately us.mil seem intent on making an example of this dumb shite. He's already on suicide watch (as reported by El Reg). This seems little more than an attempt to break his spirit than to prevent him topping himself.
I really hope they don't execute this poor bastard but I fear they will.
manbreaks automated tests at 00:30
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