Re: AT&T has no reason to believe......
They have made sure that it's all authorized and paid for in full.
2836 posts • joined 10 Jun 2009
They have made sure that it's all authorized and paid for in full.
GMO? Who cares about that. It's antibiotics, grown hormones, veg sprayed with liquefied pig crap "fertilizer".
Except the normal "Buy our new model" answer is more of a problem.
And marked up 1,000%
Google search also gives different results depending on what you have searched for in the past. When I entered Dave I get https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibfQX11aPmg
Could the "threat to security" be that they are not compromised? They don't come with a preinstalled backdoor for the CIA and friends?
Figuratively shitting on the employees under him was no longer enough to satisfy him.
So the US, England, and other "good" countries get to access the keys. How about China? India? Argentina? Afghanistan? Florida? Texas?
Who decides who has access?
Why would mac fans care?
And not have to deal with arse holes like Carl Icahn.
How to make millennials work. There were a bunch of them including one from Microsoft.
Seems millennials are such slackers, managers need special tools to get them to do any work.
Sure the fake "I'm calling from Microsoft" calls. But the ones selling services you can make the customer of the calling service pay. Joe's carpet cleaning and it's owner can pay if they hire an Indian call center to make calls
"Then they turn right around and start a new company based on the old one's business plan."
And the same staff, and the assets the old company sold to the new company (for $1 and consulting fees).
They have moved across the street and have a new name.
"This is purely because of the extortionate costs of dumping rubbish at the council owned tips."
Some people will not pay anything, and even if it was free some would still dump it where ever it was easy.
"Surface has helped polish Microsoft's brand, as a stylish and useful tool for creatives and entrepreneurs, for architects, engineers, and designers."
The Surface is for middle managers, the surface book is for upper management email and powerpoint.
That big pot of frogs on the stove are just getting comfortably warm about now.
Get a ride in the back of a cop car?
But when it's bankers and executives and millions are involved this will not do a thing.
I can see someone having "fun" at a best buy store.
It's not a Microsoft phone.
Just think of all the cheap windows 10 tablets with 60 GB SSDs...
Looks like someone downvoted every post.
Who was it that used to go on about how great windows phone was and how great it was to have your computer look like a phone... Used to reject my comments about how great a full screen calculator on a 24" monitor was, or mocking the latest MS attempt at a phone OS. I wonder who that was?
"stop visiting abusive websites"
So I need a driver and the site wants me to register before I can download the driver.
I have opera for that, if I need to verify my email I have an address that deletes everything at 30 days. If I don't have to verify the email address I use marketing@your domain. I'm Elvis and the auto-fill is full of junk. The phone number is from that Pizza jungle that's on the radio 50 times a day.
I don't go to a lot of effort, but if they want to make me register to download a new driver they are getting garbage.
There is no such thing. The correct name is Corporate Raider, or asset stripper.
"pseudonymized" (their word) :
so if you visited a website in Edge on Android...
The android store only shows 12,000 downloads.
I seem to remember a story awhile ago about an apple shop where staff was discovered collecting and sharing "home videos" that they found on computers and phones that they serviced.
I expect the GOPers would come up with retroactive permission just like the Telecom spy suit.
Checking the "I will not give this to Cuba" checkbox when downloading Netscape 128 bit? Who also remembers thinking "wow, this is f'ing stupid"?
Well this is the same.
Trump's Mar-a-Lago is in that band...
With all these conservatives lining up to save the phone companies money and block local government power there must be a lot of fat brown envelopes flowing.
"The decision to make Windows 10 S a "mode" suggests there's some interest in its locked-down mode of operations beyond education."
I think it's more likely that Windows 10 S dedicated hardware (to crappy to run the full version) is just as popular as the Surface RT.
Calling it "S" shows they have no clue, or maybe there is a troll inside Microsoft that told management "S is good, everyone will think it stands for Super!"
Transferring public assets to their rich friends (JOBS!) is their strategy.
Not all the ISPs have a system to block stuff we don't like, we just need to add all the other stuff we don't like. Maybe add the stuff other people like too.
I don't think it's Hollywood enforcement that has made piracy go down. It's services like Netflix make it easy to watch something for not a silly price. For the fist time not being a pirate is easier for the average person.
Unlike the stuff Hollywood come up with like that Ultraviolet pile of crap they are trying to push. Or the new "super ticket" that replaced it in Canada.
If the US ban VPNs it would A, piss off thousands of companies that use it to join there offices together. B, have as much effect on the rest of the world as limiting encryption key size did for Netscape exports.
If the SIM card vanishes it will be at the request of US carriers who would like to go back to the days of CDMA and make it difficult / inconvenient to users to use their phone with a different provider.
A lot of the stuff I've been seeing has been things like "Hillary arrested" "The latest proof about Hillary" "CIA investigate Hillary".
They just have to use a subject that sounds like something Trump or Fox news would say.
My Pebble time cost $149 Canadian.
My phone no longer makes noise all the time, and a quick look at my watch will almost always tell me if I need to pull out my phone, or go back to my desk to deal with an email, or if it's something I don't need to worry about. The fancier stuff like when the next bus will be here is just a bonus.
And it really lasts a week on a charge.
I have a Time and have backed the Time2 for it's larger screen, and steel case.
I'll have to wait and see if the heart rate monitor is of any use.
Maybe he as stock in all the companies that will make a killing replacing all the backdoored kit.
Go wash your mouth out with soap!
Every time I leave a USB stick, pen, or other small object on my desk.
If the US/UK get a master key, how long before India, China, Saudi Arabia... all want a key too.
"write an application that runs everywhere Windows runs, subject to device constraints?"
So everything is a phone app, and you end up with the full screen calculator app. Anything that makes good use of your desktop with 8+ GB of RAM and dual monitors is not going to run on a phone.
So in the end you just have angry birds running on UWP, and everything else is a normal windows application.
"They want e-cigs gone too. Bad for business."
No, they seem to be buying up the e-cig companies. What they want is regulations that make it hard for the small companies to exist (they call it levelling the field). They don't what to compete against some guy selling online, or a flea market stall. They are OK with nicotine addicts switching to e-cigs as long as they are still the ones doing the pushing.
When the government put a limit on the interest they could charge they just created fees that added up to the same amount.
It's not just the payday loans, the borrow with your car (car title) loans are just as bad.
I won a pebble time a few months ago and it's turned out to be more useful then I expected. If I lost it somehow I'd buy another one. I get 7 days on a charge.
I find it takes about 3 questions to guess who is paying for the survey, I can then pick all the answers that they will not like.
When did I start cutting bad cables in half?
When I had a boss who would say, "I saw it in the bin, and it still looked good, so I took it out" after testing the same cable a second time.
Google could always claim religious freedom.
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