Re: Or in 10 years Google just integrate it into Android "find my nearest empty cab).
You haven't clicked the taxi tab in Google Maps' directions lately, have you?
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You haven't clicked the taxi tab in Google Maps' directions lately, have you?
Shame the Motos keep lacking a magnetometer on non-US versions. It's a deal breaker for me.
Reveal is a noun - don't your windows have them?
No (North of Sheffield, but over to the West), I'd call that a slag heap.
But we're at El Reg
So it's 2.1772 Linguine, or 0.0331 Double-decker bus if you prefer.
So how come Levi Strauss had access to the ECJ when the ECJ agreed to maintain their specially-inflated-for-the-EU prices?
And with the forthcoming General Election?
i.e. Should Labour win, then only those who voted Labour would have to pay Corbyn's new taxes, only Labour voting energy company/rail/whatever workers have to lose their job/transfer to the state? etc.
"Make voting compulsory."
But then people who are not interested and don't think about the issues at all have to vote. They are more likely than anybody to vote on the basis of some made up statistic or quote that their friends on Facebook passed around that morning.
And when is Spain going to give Ceuta, Perejil, Melilla and the other 'plazas de soberanía' to Morocco?
It was reported somewhere that the abolition of C2 more than compensates lower earners for the proposed rise in C4 NIC, I think the break-even was around c.17K.
Yes, there was a lot of waffle on attempting to reform the EU in that manifesto - but on the same page as your quote you get:
"We will hold that in-out referendum before the end of 2017 and respect the outcome" (my emphasis).
And on the next page " We will honour the result of the referendum, whatever the outcome."
Respecting the outcome of the referendum is a manifesto pledge - and that outcome clearly invalidates all the rest of the waffle about attempting to make the EU more acceptable.
The retail arm of a company expands its fulfilment workforce to handle its retail growth in the UK - this work is most sensibly handled somewhere on this island, whether or not this country remains a member of EU.
Meanwhile globally-relevant technical departments also recruit because they've got plenty of development work to do. Doesn't matter where on the planet this work is done, but the UK has plenty of relevant skills and a first world infrastructure - so is as good a place as any, and again EU status is irrelevant.
Whatever your view, this is neither in spite of nor because of Brexit.
Is this supposed to make any sense?
They're over-sweet shite anyway.
I've rambled past thousands of flocks of sheep and herds of cows, and I've never ever seen anyone torturing any of them; they generally look very content (if I may anthropomorphise).
You're behind the times, that should read 'In the same way Cadbury are Mondalez International'.
Really, how many people know their Facebook id? I'd guess it's significantly less than 0.25%, indeed I'd postulate that 98% of people wouldn't know that they have one and would simply offer-up their name.
I can get my FB id from my laptop's browser, but just quickly tried and failed to extract it from my phone browser. I know I have Flikr and Instagram accounts, but I don't know my handles on them. Same story with Linked-in I know my name, but not the unique identifier they must have. I'd seriously need at least 10-15 minutes at home with my own computer to find all this stuff out.
I bet that's not uncommon, and you're filling this form in on an aeroplane with no Interweb access?
Will everyone stop saying that we leave two years after Article 50 is triggered? Two years is just the timeout period if agreement hasn't been reached (unless an extension is agreed).
3. The Treaties shall cease to apply to the State in question from the date of entry into force of the withdrawal agreement or, failing that, two years after the notification referred to in paragraph 2, unless the European Council, in agreement with the Member State concerned, unanimously decides to extend this period.
How much there is to untangle is quite a revelation to anyone who may have not realised how much control over our lives the EU had developed.
Hopefully we'll be out ASAP, and then you can build your Nirvana in whatever way your overlords like.
Quite recently - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35741589
They may now be owned by an Irish company, but they originated in Litherland, Liverpool.
They live in London (#4 London Underground)
They stream their media (#2 BBC iPlayer, #5 Spotify)
They go on lots of breaks (#6 Airbnb, #8 Virgin Trains, #10 EasyJet)
And they spend far too long on the Interwebs (#3 Instagram, #7 LinkedIn, #9 Twitter)
No, they're 'Irish recipe', not Irish
Pinch of tea leaves* into the beaker, pour on boiling water, drink when it's cooled enough.
You do not need:
*If it's the first brew of the day, then use Oolong if you can, then your second brew just requires a top-up of hot water.
"Oh, and my current washing machine uses hot water from my hot water tank, heated directly by gas... more efficient than the EU mandated cold fill on modern machines..."
Yes but does it 'run the tap' until the hot water comes through? Most of the hot water taken in will be the neo-ambient water in the pipe from the hot tank or combi-boiler.
Scottish & Newcastle got protected status for the term Newcastle Brown saying it had to be brewed in Newcastle. Then they decided to close the brewery and brew it elsewhere, so they got it revoked.
You mean Pomagne Champagne Cider?
Christ, I drank that stuff in my mid-teens. They had to drop the Champagne tag in 1979 due to it being a designated area of origin.
EPO appears to be nothing to do with the EU.
Yes he was,and then he was at the FA. The Arsenal connection is wrong, someone should mail firstname.lastname@example.org
That would be Roger Witcomb, Finance Director of National Power plc 1996-2000 ?
I have to have it installed for my son's online maths homework. He uses the mac because I reckon it's safer than him going online with Windows.
I always treat Flash update notifications with huge suspicion and go and do the update myself. The fact that their notification has a 'click here' button is a great enabler for the bad guys - it should be a notification, not a link to anything.
Po was red, Tinky Winky was purple and had a handbag
It's pretty easy to use a real device.
As a TalkTalk customer, I do not think they've done the right thing at all.
They did not promptly tell me that they'd been hacked - they did that a couple of days after it'd been widely reported in the media.
They'd already leaked my personal details anyway, as I'd already been called by 'TalkTalk' about a fault on my broadband which could damage my computer. Caller knew my name, address and TalkTalk account number.
By taking their site down, and keeping it down for so long, they prevented me from logging-in to pay my bill quickly, making me lose out on the Speedy Payment Discount.
They'd also left me wondering (until the site came back up today) why my bill last month had gone up. (Turned out to be the end of my promotional discount.)
Anyway, I'll soon be an ex-customer, I was only still there because I'd been awaiting the end of my lock-in period. My leaving was delayed a couple of weeks because their call centre (in Durban) put the wrong kind of cancellation on my account but after cancelling my cancellation, my new provider can take over my line.
I had a long call from 'TalkTalk' last week, sounded like India. They knew my name and number, address and TalkTalk account number, and were trying to persuade me to let them fix the errors on my broadband. I assumed it all came from the February breach.
When I'm out walking, I'd be amazed to get any signal at all for more that a quarter of the walk.
We hit a bug in early versions of the 80186, if an interrupt came in while my dma transfer was going on, the interrupt controller set the ack pin during the transfer of the last byte. Thus the last byte was regularly corrupt - but to a consistent value, which turned out to be the relevant interrupt number.
Cripes, you must have very wide linguine!
Will it be like brewery web sites where you have to enter a random birthdate that makes you more than 18?
(Does anybody know the point of those annoying web site gates?)
That quote was clearly sarcasm from a staff member, not the HP line.
Apart from that, I totally agree.
Bare feet don't usually smell. At least not after the initial evaporation.
Not good for going near the urinals though #otherblokesdrips
If the object exceeded escape velocity, it would not enter any shape of orbit around Earth, it would just carry on until it hit something or got captured into orbiting another body (thinking about it, it probably would orbit the sun).
If astrophysicists are using SI properly, why were Rosetta and Comet 67P quoted by ESA as being 303 million km from Earth last week, and not 303 Gm?
"First day launch on the day that people absolutely needed it ?"
No, the system was already up and running when I renewed my licence a couple of months ago. I dipped-in just for a look - admittedly not to get a code - and it was fine.
The problem is the PR department got all the media to report it at the same time, resulting in the servers taking an atypical big hit for a day or so while lots of people came along for a quick look.
It's lazy to blame 'lazy' developers.
You might find that many developers hate asking for those permissions, but are forced to by the ad networks they link to to try and earn a crust.
I do agree that making permissions optional would be a good idea, though apps would of course reserve the right to fail gracefully if necessary permissions are not granted or are revoked.
In what election, and when, do we get to vote out/for Mr Junker?
The licence fee has not gone up for 5 years. That's a significant real-terms cut.
My Squeezebox Duet hit this problem yesterday, but I was set up to listen to BBC stations using the iPlayer plugin. Using the radio search for e.g. BBC Radio 4 got me connected back up and streaming via TuneIn.
Also, it now gives me a customised-to-the-show icon and the show's name.
I do wonder how many gigabytes of "Please consider the environment before printing this email" flash around the world every day; how many petabytes of it are replicated on power consuming servers all over the place; how many extra sheets of paper pop out of printers simply containing that message.
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