Re: Prepare for...
It's the publisher not the reader.
So it depends on where the site is.
1282 posts • joined 3 Apr 2010
It's the publisher not the reader.
So it depends on where the site is.
For example if I take a car from outside someone's house and drive it from Lincoln to Grantham and abandon it outside Grantham police station, there is no intent of "permanently depriving" the owner can always collect it from the cops.
This is how the law against joy-riding started.
They couldn't actually charge someone back in the black and white days of the 70s because of exactly what you said. So they then charged joy riders for stealing fuel.
Then the joy-riders started to replace the fuel...
This is why they changed the rules and then it was no longer permanently depriving people of.
Sorry if this is a bit rambly but I am on the second demi-bottle of this rather wonderful single malt.
Would that be the "fucking ridiculous PETA" or the "fucking ridiculous court case concerning PETA"?
What if it doesn't come up on a reverse image search?
This is not relevant.
What if you can't find the copyright holder?
That is no excuse. If you can't/won't find the copyright holder then it's not you and thus you don't have the rights to publish it.
Are you supposed to just not use an image in case there is a copyright?
Correct. But in most cases it will be most likely there is a copyright rather than 'in case'.
When doing long print jobs, they would start to loose letters.
So if you printed out your message then your extra 'o' could be dropped out...
And as the great Ali G himself said: "We send them at night when the sun is cold."
Ah, not a towards the great Dave Allen. Pah! Youngsters today, etc..
I would simply ask "You know that questions that people ask on Amazon such as 'Do these curtain hangers require batteries?' or 'What size is this one foot square tile?'. How many of them have you written? Or, how many would you have liked to have written if you could work out how to turn on your computer?"
I was watching that fire not too long ago. We had heaved to in our motorhome to a farm site for a few days and we were watching the fire approach those towers with great interest. And the key in the ignition...
Alas it's still a little fizzy for my taste. I was in some microbrewery on Manhattan Beach some time ago and whilst the beer was fundamentally brewed fine it was still killed off and then revived with the biggest greasiest bubbles I've ever seen in a beer.
Would there be a legal obligation in not carrying your AlwaysTurnedOnWeKnowWhereYouAre tracking device in a Faraday cage?
And as I live in an area where there's no signal (even though 95% of the population are in signal zones) does that make me an outlaw?
Go and find the original VS 6 code.
Add in a DVD worth of proper documentation unlike what's on the MSDN part of your site which shows snippets of code that's untyped (VB)
And REMOVE that blasted SourceSafe which makes the Source repository very unSafe.
And update the installation part of the Visual Studio so that one doesn't need to make a zero byte MSJAVA.DLL file to get the thing working.
You know, I paid good money for Visual Studio 6 and, to me, it's worth a lot more than the current .Net fiasco. If I want to knock up, or edit, a form layout in VB6 it takes seconds. With .Net it can take upto five minutes to get the screen to show the form.
I would love VS6 to be updated with a pure C compiler that stands alone as a C compiler and nothing but a C compiler.
It's handy when some forums, email clients, messaging systems break the VeryLong URL into bits to fit on each line and only the first bit is given the anchor tag which borks the whole URL business.
I don't use URL shorteners and I never click on them anyway. If I can't see and know where they are pointing at I won't "engage the user experience" </MarketingMode>
Assuming that they can tell that Account A's funds were transferred by someone logging in on Account B.
If they can do that, then why were Account A's details shown in real time?
In the 90's golden age of SIMM chip replacements and static-inducing carpets in offices I used to regularly carry a box of Anti Static Adjustable Grounding Straps
Or just wash one's hands, don't dry them but shake them loose of droplets.
Damp hands won't discharge static. A boffinry trick my dad told me during his Strange Days at the Ministry of Good.
Why not install a positive wave emitter, say a microwave with the door broken off, near their desk and explain that the interference from the two sets of waves will cancel the other out?
If it's not in my ancient copy of Petzold, then I'm not interested.
>Mike16. Upvote from me for the obvious comparison of being waterboarded and working in IT.
Yours, who has moved into a new county and have told the neighbours that I know nothing about computers and, thus, can't fix anything.
Sure, out in the sticks, you don't have it. But then you're probably miles from a Maplins anyway. But if you're in a Prime Now area, there is almost no point in going near a retail store for... well... most stuff really.
When we were living in our motorhome we ended up in a Prime Now area.
Utterly clueless MBA types - I can get 90% of what I want easier and faster from Amazon or other online outlets.
The only way for shops to survive is to be a) very local b) a positive customer experience/ advice
Which means investing in product and staff - if they don't do either they are screwed.
If they don't make their stores "sticky" in a good way for consumers we will vote with our mice
They needed to the equivalent to the Four Candles hardware shop where you'd go in for a handful of diodes and a bagful of capacitors. In which the staff would stand and chat about dies, washers, taps to the punters who would lean on the long counter. There would always be a number of local tradesmen there coming in and the place would always be a-buzz.
I last went into a Maplins in a retail park outside of Durham and all I wanted was a sine-wave inverter for the motorhome, they had similar and cheaper (quality) but dear (price) but not as specified (not so sine, sine-wave wise).
The time prior to that was venturing into a branch in Kingston Up Thames, of all places. It was tucked down the back of an arcade somewhere. The place looked dusty, as in unused rather than interesting, no-one came to help and I couldn't find the simple tool that I needed.
My father, in his boffinary days, would order from them via catalogue and that worked. That is, when he couldn't find anything else in the back of ETI for cheaper.
I never understood what Maplins were actually for. Were they a high-tech geek toy-shop that was more or less ran like an Argos (i.e. ask no questions) or were they a component place?
Alas, most amateur guitarists seem to believe 'if it doesn't sound good acoustic, I need to add more distortion pedals'.
Come now. I wouldn't call The Edge an amateur.
On, the other hand...
Mine's the one with the band patches on for bands nobody else seems to have heard of..
Band patches? How very late seventies and eighties is that?
We used to hand embroider the names and logos onto our denim jackets. Do you know how long it took me to hand embroider the cover from Rainbow Rising onto mine? And then some whippersnapper comes along with a jacket that his mum has sewn a Saxon patch onto.
(old fogie icon ------> )
Guns don't kill people,
rappers Kinder Eggs do .
On my (Windows 7) desktop I don't have a single icon. Not one.
All I look at is one of a random number of photographs on my desktop and if i want an application it's not too far away under the start button.
That's how I like it. Clean and my shui fenged out to the max.
This screenshot that you refer to is, I agree, utterly bewildering and completely unnecessary.
Remember the desktop picture as supplied by MS which was a grassy field which was being blown in a gentle breeze. That's the sort of thing that I would like to imagine that I can hear when I look at a computer screen not this tiled nonsense which convinces me that I can hear industrial sounds and white noise.
I'm off to rake some sand or something.
I am surprised that Apple don't make a coaster from, er, Apple wood.
I realize your post was tongue-in-cheek, however, looking at the general aesthetic of the HomePod, I think a nice white lace doily would actually look very nice and complement the unit.
How about one of those doll things with a lacy skirt that go over spare toilet rolls as seen in 3rd rate seaside resort guest houses?
Betting they'll adapt the pod to leave an apple logo, instead of a ring after this
Sidenote: I've just filled in the medical form for the local medical practice as I've just moved into the area. And I've left a wine stain ring on the bit where it asks about how many units I consume in a week...
I run a popular website. I do have a few static advertising links on my blog in the middle of a well written article. That's fine as far as I am concerned as I am the one making sure that link is simply a static link to a page.
Anyway, if these agencies refuse to let us know what they are wanting us to put on our websites then there's no way that I will have them on my website. And if I don't trust them not to put them onto my website then there's no way that I am going to trust them as a visitor to the site.
So, it's adblockers, HOSTS files and subscription sites all the way for me.
It may be the lack of caffeine here but I couldn't see any indication of when this stuff happened.
The gentleman may have been trying to communicate with Microsoft for months, perhaps years, and after getting shoved from pillar to post has decided to recourse to this action.
I would imagine that at far as he is concerned he started off with a working computer and then an update broke it. That, in his mind, puts the fault firmly and squarely at Microsoft's door.
Furthermore, the massive tag on the law suit isn't to get $600m but to make Microsoft sit up, take notice and give him what he bought in the first place: a functioning version of Windows 7.
Privacy is only wanted bu the rich,police,politicians and terrorist/criminals. Which one are you
None of the above. But at least I am not posting as an AC. So, which of the above are you?
After all only people with stuff to hide would refuse.
I would refuse. Even if I had nothing to hide.
No, that's wrong. I do have something to hide: my personal and private business.
Not to mention YYZ...
Wouldn't it contain only half a worm?
I tried the black velvet jacket, denim shirt and neckerchief approach but couldn't manage the mustache.
I thought that I looked like Jon Lord. Jon Lord perhaps would have thought that I looked like a knob.
We did do this. And then there was a market for mix tapes in the playground after the question was invariably asked, "was it recorded by mike or (gasp!) was it recorded by wire?"
If that made you dance around on one leg then you're Ian Anderson and I claim my five pounds!
while a generic Gene Hunt kicks me in the nuts and calls me a "nonce".
Wouldn't it have been Jack Regan?
Thankfully one can now get it online.
Ah, but sometimes some of these 'macros' or, shall we say, VBA are very useful in these applications.
I look around at the Excel documents that I use daily and wonder how I would get the job done without VBA at all. It's not just middle managers who use this stuff but people who, well, use the stuff and use it well.
Don't get me wrong. I am not a MS luvvie. I would happily ditch everything MS tomorrow if I could, if only someone were to port all my Visual Studio code, all of my Office stuff and everything Microsofty to something else. Truly I would, and I speak as a coder who has been suffering since the first days of Visual Basic.
But I accept that I am locked in and it's quicker for me to await personal retirement (I don't work for anyone else but make money from the various markets) than to recode everything. But that's not my point is: the point is that it's not all middle managers who use VBA. They have other ways to make your life hell.
I once sent a memo around where I worked on Durham Prison headed notepaper.
The bosses were less than impressed.
Is it still not a bubble?
Yes, in a past life in which I had clearly done something awful...
That was very reminiscent of our Amazon Fire Stick. It would continually download screensaver pictures and block our broadband.
That was a good one in its time.
I know people who fly to overseas venues, stay in a hotel and it works out cheaper than watching the band in the local UK arena.
I am astounded at That Video. This is a commissioner who is supposed to act with dignity and consider all of the angles and implications.
This looked like something that was dreamed up by the writers of House of Cards as a spoof because I am sure that the internet is a little more than taking pictures of food. Or it was the last time that I looked.
Of course, this could be nothing more than a dream inspired by a lump of bad cheese that's....
....Carrier Lost. Please add $5 to your internet meter....
...and getting knighthoods for just Reading Out Aloud!
select count(*) from applicants where date_of_application >= <this years recruitment start date>
or did someone forget to add the date of application into the table.
Or the Code assumed the date to be in British Format whereas the date format internally within the database was in American Format. And some developers catered for this difference and some didn't.
I've seen that before. Which is why on anything to do with dates I always start from the base date of 1/1/1970 (either format, of course) and then do anything with dates as Integers based on this. A pain but, oddly enough, everything that I have touched never got that wrong.
But if you get your disk from landfill, make sure it's not the one with £180m of bitcoin on it.
One of the health and safety notices that I have saved came with my drumstool: "Do not use in earthquakes"
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