but i'm sad....it was a good app
19 posts • joined 12 Jun 2009
but i'm sad....it was a good app
Ok, could be me if it is im sorry, but I need to ask...what's happening with the iPhone app?Did I miss something that said it gone, dead, an ex-app??
It's not loading any stories, the mobile version of the webpage works, but it's not as good as the app was (imho)
Tell me what's going on,
that way you get everyone on the system in the shortest amount of time. I may be wrong here, and I'm sure that I will be told very quickly if I am, but the OEM licenses and corp stuff is where the big money is now. If so then just give the damn thing away and get as many as poss off XP, Vista even 7.
well actually 8.1, did work really well IF you had a touch screen. If you didn't then adding classic start seems to make it a very usable OS. I tried the early win 10 previews on a duel boot and was impressed with what MS have done, then it went and crashed my system to the point I had to rebuild, so will be waiting for a stable version before I go back for another look.
Can you find a reason NOT to have a picture of said semi-naked women?
For that 'Good Friday'
Wouldn't it be a shame if PCWorld came to an end.....ok maybe not, but it might give the smaller PC retailers a chance.
and was surprisingly impressed.
I do miss the links to the comments at the bottom of the page, but apart from that looked good to me.
Legally - if you have already downloaded the page and this just re-renders it I can't see Apple having a problem
20 odd years ago I can remember being told that we were heading for another ice age....a few years later the whole in the ozone layer lead to the ban on cfc's in sprays...then global warming...now climate change....is it me or do the goal post keep moving.
Oh my God....that was so bad......and I only made it through the first minute....then I was sick
I couldn't let this pass without commenting - in Ireland we already have this - if you work with children you have to get Garda (Police) clearance. If you want to go with the kids on a scouting weekend, or local football team same procedure.
You do it once, get your form filled in - sent off and if it comes back you can give a copy to which ever club or association or whatever, want to work in a school, got the form ok then etc
If it doesn't come back then no scouts trip for you. End of.
Yes the UK government seem even more adept at loosing the keys to the database doors than the Irish government, but have it no you don't need to have it if you are a parent for your own kids, but you do for other peoples!
It's not perfect - I don't think that you can have a perfect system, but it does mean that if you work with kids that someone somewhere has checked you before signing the form to say off you go.
OK, hear me out - This is an ipod event, if this thing is an ipod (of sorts) it would make sense that it would be at the September event - that would also mean that if it doesn't appear then it wont be running the iphone os.
Just scrapped a Vaio LM - everyone agreed that the motherboard was dead and needed to be replaced! Cost too bloody much to repair, bought another laptop, now I find that Sony may have fixed it for free...I hate Sony....Bastards
I still can't get my head round the 'electric' car arguement. If you have to burn 'stuff' (coal, oil etc) to create electricity to fill up the cars where is the saving?
Some one help me understand
lots of comments here, talk of truecrupt, RAM disk cache etc. However most of the PC's left in my shop haven't even got antivius protection - These are basic users, problem creators, fuckwits etc, they can't even understand that stuff gets saved when they visit webpages.
I back-up the shit, do the repair/re-install - stick Picasa on it and ask it to scan the fucking lot - one quick scan through allows me to DELETE the whole lot (no not copy it) - so I don't get the mother of some 15yr old halfwit coming in screaming at me because of what was on the PC when she got it home.
Sorry for the rant, but for all the moral "I would never look at anyone's files" crap you sometimes have to look at a different perspective
I always change my users desktop to Aqua...looks nice and they seem to appreciate it!
I second that motion - these have moved so far from the original as not to be 'netbooks' anymore...
Start the mini-laptop reviews
So much money spent on KERS with so little return - and the whole point was that it was to be utilised on normal road cars, now even that is impossible they dropped the white elephant.
Funny thing that it was the FOTO (F1 Teams Ass) that decided and not the FIA
oh and you owe me a new monitor....again
systemd'oh! DNS lib underscore bug bites everyone's favorite init tool, blanks Netflix
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