Re: I, for one...
I've Been Misled!
539 posts • joined 18 Jun 2009
I've Been Misled!
"Nothing to do with the online store being a poor design that is hard to navigate, unlike the old style website," Well said! - My other half is always moaning about their website.
Give the job to CRAPita and all will be well.
...making a cassette to fit in old 35mm film cameras which takes digital pictures and has WiFi for Dropbox, etc.
"The team proposed splitting kernel and user spaces to prevent this information leak".
I would have thought that was pretty basic security, but there is not much about WINTEL that smacks of ANY sort of REAL security.
"...managed by a bunch of numpties who themselves are managed by an even more incompetent bunch of numpties and so on ..."
BRILLIANT! - And SOOOO true.
James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam will wonder where they went wrong if Uber finally lose as Uber will shut down and they will have to go back to taxi-ing the old fashioned way.
Same situation with delivery companies like Hermes and DPD.
Slow And Painful
Stops All Production
Slurps All Pennies
My data was once stored on a SAP system, but they had entered a minor error (possibly the postcode - I don't remember). When I asked for it to be changed............ Virtually IMPOSSIBLE!
As long as you have one (or 2) MicroSD card slots, a 256Gb (or 2) MicroSD cards should help with the offline storage problem.
One thing seems missing? - the opportunity to switch over to Android so that the contents of the Google app store are available.
It wasn't broke - so they fixed it.
...the 2.45inch Unihertz Jelly PRO Dual-SIM 4G smartphone?
2Gb RAM 16Gb Storage
Actually they are renaming to "CRAPCRAP".
"In the UK, O2 has today launch a new tariff that will allow customers to move their bills up or down each month, allowing them to adjust how much data they expect to use. ®"
Oh! - just like GiffGaff.
.... who ran out of desk when drawing the mouse towards him, so put his hand palm upwards at the edge of the desk so that he could keep going.
"Shame - Windows mobile was by some distance the most secure mobile OS platform versus IOS or Android."
That's because nobody could be bothered to hack it. - Not enough users!
......do the religious body of CRAPPLE users insist on paying well over the odds for something which is obviously such poor quality?
Microsoft are telling you to FOXTROT OSCAR unless you buy the latest heap of SHIT they have produced.
.....says it all.
Perhaps he should set up a company to port Android onto (most) laptops.
Sort out universal printing (as per Windows) and hey presto! - VERY popular product.
Call it MicroANDROID?
NOT very likely - I've Been Misled
I Bought a Minger
....headed for the junk heap of incompatibility/
"...........there is currently nothing to suggest that this timetable will not be achieved.”
He clearly has not looked at any previous government system implementations.
£1000 per call and 10 years in jail?
"Westpac also feels it can do the job better than the IBM team that's served it of late."
What have MicroCRAP failed to test now?
So absolutely NOTHING can go wrong
.....I just need to reboot my F35's
Especially when you provide a CRAP CRAP service.
...it LOOKS like a Ponzi scheme
and SMELLS like a Ponzi scheme......
".... even an expert panel of one would have concluded that Windows phones were a turn in the wrong direction for a huge police department......"
Or any other user, come to that.
that SAP was Kraut for CRAP.
...FAIL to test updates.
Oh! WAIT! - They already did that.
.....if you ever had a Siemens computer, your expectations will be EXTREMELY LOW.
.....Quality MS product FAIL
......I guess it is the foretaste of the death of Firefox.
Started using Chrome.
"Sarth London is full of Rats" - er, I thought Parliament was NORTH of the river.
.....missed a number of service-level agreements.
......."House of cards" started by people who should not even be allowed to run a tea trolley,
In 1967 (or 1968) I wrote my own version of the PDP-8 RIM-format "Binary Loader" program.
When this "binary loader" was run, the ASR33 Teletype printed "HELP LET ME OUT" followed by whatever happened to be in core memory. When the printer carriage reached end of the line, of course the Bell rang. This made it extremely noisy so attracted attention to the printout. Great fun, but our boss Derek had difficulty in finding it amusing!
Copies of the "Binary Loader" tape got distributed to DEC engineers, who DID find it amusing.
"... airports, which try to keep things as quiet as possible so as not to disturb nearby residents."
What a load of B*ll*cks. Airports do what makes most money and sod the neighbours.
Try living in Harpenden during Easterly ops.
For those who DON'T know - it's "The Mythical Man Month" by Fredrick P. Brooks.
"The Mythical Man Month" is also the title of the second chapter.
Should be COMPULSORY reading for ANYONE involved in putting a project together or managing that project.
......time to sell my Lloyds shares.
"In Microsoft world, browser and is [OS] are very tightly integrated.."
Which leads to the question:
Q: What is the difference between Internet Explorer and a virus?
A: You CAN remove a virus.
SERIOUS sentences, not the "smack on the wrist" that would be meted out in the UK.
"Over the past 10 years the partnership has successfully delivered significant savings.".
If that were true, they should be able to quantify.
No - it's Increasing BAD Management
When attacked, it flies around in ever-decreasing circles
until it vanishes up it's own rectal passage.
From which place of safety,
It hurls abuse at it's assailants.
You mean there was only ONE copy and you didn't even have control over it?
"And nothing can go wrong... go wrong... go wrong... go wrong... go wrong... go wrong... "
Is coal running out? - I thought we just didn't MINE it anymore.
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