It's 88 times cooler as any fule kno
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It's 88 times cooler as any fule kno
Quoted because I can only upvote you once. Hats off Sir Headache
I've been working in the Black Country too long. I don't know when it happened but it was when "ah" became a reasonable response to any question whatsoever.
Gawd no. I can't understand the Aberdeenie accent (if it's not Aberdeenie, it should be) to save my life!
Go left after 300 yards and look the other way while me mates nick yer alloys la.
You're right to flag the unusual demographic. Figures from the high street would be much more representative.
Still being outsold 3-1 by "dying" platform Symbian has to be a worry for them.
... campaign for e-books to be 0% VAT like their paper counterparts?
Short for Frances
Jimbo (FFS) Wales is a complete cult.
I have an easier one: click the "X" in the top left corner
I thought OS was growing out of this foolishness. Just most projects, then.
I'll wait for an invite. There's little point my being on there til some of my freinds are - a bit like inventing the second telephone was a much bigger deal than the first.
They weren't attracted to polishing turds to laughable deadlines. Then they'd love it in the industry.
You're applying common sense to the matter. Normally that's a good thing but doesn't really apply to the "War on Terror" (nor the other Wars on Intangible Concepts we seem to be so keen on fighting).
A photography policy that make our beloved Met look less like hysterical bullies.
... to reams of "fanboi, more money than sense" comments throughout this fine organ.
$1000 for every employee at the Chocolate Factory. Untold millions arriving in actual cash? I doubt it.
On tax - my understanding was that Google would pay the tax.
A bug that mysteriously drives up revenues in October? I can imagine how urgently they're looking at that!
Their unfortunate email contacts don't
I bet it weighs a fncking ton
I thought it was rather a magnificent rant. An Alan Partridge breakdown-style rant but magnificent all the same.
I think she's a bit too keen on shiny new technology at the expense of critical thinking.
Well done to the boffins for coming up with something that clever; but we really don't need more landfill.
That sounds like a good reason to use Opera, then.
If I were a judge I'd pat him on the head, say "oh dear how sad never mind" and move on to the next case.
What a beautifully-phrased call to maturity.
Is this a good time to wish you a merry December principal gifting period?
According to a mate who used to do Helldesk for Freeserve.
"Hopefully even the US patent office will be bright enough to tell Steve's boys to go laminate themselves..."
Dodi Fayed was like the Spectrum. Much better, arrived a bit later but sadly prone to crashing at the worst possible time?
My concern is not being wiped out. I'm clear that NFC transactions are only good for small amounts. Even that small amount is going to be a motivation for some wee shite.
So nicking my phone isn't going to clear me out but is going to be a massive ballache.
Like a lot of Reg readers I'm sceptical of every new "paradigm shifting" technolodgy "revolution" that comes along but I'm positively Luddite about this one.Who benefits other than thieves and the banks (as we spunk our accounts into the red with even less idea of what we're spending)?
DO NOT WANT!
I'm not in the least surprised.
From a purely selfish point of view, my perv-scanned photos are only of interest to the chubby-chasing community. It's the beautfiul people I feel sorry for.
Overrated band (hi), meet overrated music store (hi).
Like that spotty wee bastard at the train station hasn't already got enough motivation to want to nick my phone.
Google Wave (Gwave?) tried to co-opt the Gmail userbase into a new product. This is a new feature in an already popular product.
Me? I'll use it if it's good, wish I could block it if not.
Reinventring Usenet worked for LiveJournal, until Facebook came along.
Too right . That's our decision to go with CentOS justified. It works very well at the barginous price of free.
The Sky at Night covered Hartley rather well, too. It's available on iPlayer.
Now i am become Google the destroyer of privacy
At least you won't be able to do this with a Kinnect:
It's an oldie that never gets old!
In terms of design, I've not really seen anything to challenge Apple's fondle-slab. I suspect they've won this market, rather like they have with MP3 players; the often technically superior losing out to the beautifully designed iPod.
For a lot of people FB has replaced email. And indeed I tend not to email people who are on FB as a message/wall post generally earns me a quicker reply.
Normally I'm a huge fan of the O'Reilly stable but for CSS I always Google W3Schools.
Note I've nothing to do with them, other than they're the first result I look for when searching "nowrap css equivalent" for the umpteenth time.
A Govt IT good news story? That makes a change. What a world we live in!
They got there by following a coastal route from the Arabian peninsula, via India and South East Asia. Sea levels were much lower tens of thousands of years ago, meaning Oz wasn't so isolated as now (it was joined to New Guinea for one thing. Rising sea levels have also obliterated the archeological record of early modern humans lving on Aisan beaches (in many places those beaches are now 100km out to sea). Genetic studies are quite clear on how Aboriginies are related to the rest of humanity.
Try reading about it. These are all good.
Out of Eden by Stephen Oppenheimer
Deep Ancestry by Spencer Wells
The Incredible Human Journey by (TV's) Alice Roberts
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